Professionals for Social Responsibility Gender Pages Index
of Iowa Communication Studies Program - Race, Gender, and Ethnicity
in the Media
Computing Group to study the Gender Gap in Computer Science http://www.womenof.com/News/cn111698.asp
WomenOf.com is an online magazine spcializing in women's issues. This is a feature in that magazine on a groups studying the gender gap in computer sciences. Both the article and the magazine itself are worth looking over. The magazine offers new features every week as well as providing the usual essentials--horoscopes, tech tips, and advice on money, law, "hearth and home." The article provides some relevent statistics on the number of women in computer science related fields relative as they relate to men and compares their payscales.
Though more of a topic-related search
parge, QueerTheory.com has many of its own resources. Many of the subject
pages have relevent texts and bibliographic information or even full-text
articles. They are also accompanied by a link to a related site at the
top of the page. In many cases there is also a link to Amazon.com or
Powells.com that will also let you buy the text at a discounted rate.
of College and Research Libraries Women and Gender Studies Science and
Technology Web Sites
This site provides a variety of resources on the subject of women and gender in science and technology. There are several helpful bibliographies at the end and the listings of professional organizations and academic groups are quite interesting. Many of the connected sites are also worth taking a look at.
Its not the prettiest little Inn in the
web, but it has some good bibliographies and links. It is the internet
equivalent to a nice roadside motel or a small German hostel (in fact
there is a German version which is probably more grammatically correct)--functional
and worth the stop, but without the fancy towels or the mint on your
pillow. The bibliographies are all up to date and the resources they
include are extensively crosslisted by subject headings. A simple query
will show you a list of some pertinent articles and from there you can
find similar articles. Handy, but, to re-emphasize, not pretty. It is
worth opening the links "In a New Window" so that you can
see it all at once outside of the the frameset.
According to the site, "GenDevTech
aims to increase the visibility of gender and technology issues in Asia,
by consolidating the links between gender studies and technology studies."
This is an interesting and potentially important project. The site contains
a project overview and related links. In the publications section, there
is also information on the project's journal, Gender,
Technology and Development (GTD), which has some insightful articles.
The other resources are also quite useful for getting a better idea
of what is being written and studied in Asia. It also has many resources