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Reconfiguring the Firewall: Recruiting Women to Information Technology across Cultures and Continents (Anglais) Relié – 19 avril 2007


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This comprehensive volume addresses the global challenge of recruiting girls and women into majors and careers in information technology. The studies are both illuminating and prescriptive for designing and implementing intervention programs. An essential tool for college faculty and advisors who implement activities and programs designed to promote the success of women in science and engineering, as well as those who fund these programs, academic researchers, K-12 educators, and IT industry professionals committed to a diverse workforce, this collection includes contributions by top researchers and IT professionals, including William Aspray, Bettina Bair, Sarah Berenson, Lenore Blum, Carol J. Burger, Elizabeth G. Creamer, J. McGrath Cohoon, M. Bernardine Dias, Carol Frieze, Orit Hazzan, Ann Howe, Jane Butler Kahle, Sarah Kuhn, Anne Laughlin, Soyoung Lee, Paula G. Leventman, Holly Lord, Miranda Marcus, Cecille Marsh, Peggy S. Meszaros, Joan Michael, Lesley H. Parker, Paula Rayman, Mladen Vouk, Lesley Warner, Laurie Williams, and Judith Wooller.


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Excellent Reference for Gender Inequality in IT 13 avril 2008
Par J. Patterson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I have been using this text for a research paper on IT Work Trends, and so far, I have been impressed with the layout and the content of this book.

Overall, what this book serves to do is to:
Introduce the reader to the gender inequalities present in IT
Outline the social factors contributing to this inequality
Outline the trajectory of interest in IT from middle school to high school and even to college
The role of women in IT presently
What we can do to get rid of gender inequality in IT, down to the secondary school level.

The small sample sizes in some of the Chapters (especially Chapter 2) may seem too small, and I must emphasize that it is important to understand why the sample sizes are small before taking some of the statistics to heart (or rejecting them for that matter).

All in all, this resource is to-the-point and easy to use for research. Aside from those who have a specific interest in the subject matter covered in this book, I would also recommend this book for educators who are concerned about some of the overarching effects of gender discrimination.
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Educators and any involved in information technology recruits in general 27 juillet 2007
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
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RECONFIGURING THE FIREWALL: RECRUITING WOMEN TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACROSS CULTURES AND CONTINENTS is a pick for college-level collections strong in both information technology and women's studies and careers. It surveys the major challenges involved in recruiting girls and women into majors and careers in information technology, considering activities, programs, and routines designed to incorporate women into programs ranging from science and engineering to academic research and education. Educators and any involved in information technology recruits in general and women's studies in particular will find this packed with important suggestions and insights.

Diane C. Donovan
California Bookwatch
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