• Political Science
  • Published 2008

High school students’ perception of technology and its influence on their intent to select a technology college major: A study in gender differences

@inproceedings{Bhatnagar2008HighSS,
  title={High school students’ perception of technology and its influence on their intent to select a technology college major: A study in gender differences},
  author={Kaninika Bhatnagar},
  year={2008}
}
The purpose of this research was to investigate technology perceptions of high school students and analyze the results by gender. The objective was to examine whether high school boys and girls differ in their technology perceptions and whether that difference is related to their intent to select a technology major in college. The research employed survey analysis of 152 students from two high schools from suburban and rural locations in the Midwest. The sample included 72 boys and 80 girls… CONTINUE READING

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