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Special Issue of
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine
"Gender and Technology"

Papers on the relationship between gender and technology are sought for
a special issue of IEEE Technology and Society Magazine. Articles should
contribute to an understanding of how gender arrangements influence and
are influenced by technological innovation. This includes, but is not
limited to, the following issues:
a) processes of technological training, development, and innovation;
b) workforce and workplace issues in the production of technologies
within a global economy;
c) definitions of, and rewards for, technological achievement as
entangled with gender relations;
d) implications of modern technologies for women in developing nations;
e) the liberatory potential of new technologies.

Papers should address original research or novel perspectives on any of
the above issues or other aspects of the gender and technology
relationship and should be of interest to an IEEE Technology and Society
Magazine audience.

Submission Deadline: December 15, 1998

Co-guest editors: Alison Adam, Dept of Computation
UMIST, Manchester, UK
email: A.Adam@co.umist.ac.uk

Mary Wyer, Women's and Gender Studies
NCSU, Raleigh, NC, USA
email: mbwyer@unity.ncsu.edu

Submission address: Mary Wyer
Women's and Gender Studies
Box 7107
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27607

Call for Papers sent by: Mary B. Wyer / mbwyer@unity.ncsu.edu

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