Theorizing Gender and Information Technology Research Main Thrust of the Article

@inproceedings{Trauth2006TheorizingGA,
  title={Theorizing Gender and Information Technology Research Main Thrust of the Article},
  author={Eileen M. Trauth},
  year={2006}
}
A fundamental consideration when attempting to understand the complex factors leading to the underrepresentation of women in IT is the choice and use of theory. Theories about women and their relationships to information technology and the IT profession guide the conceptualization of the research problem, the methods of data collection, the basis for analysis, and the conclusions that are drawn. However, a criticism of gender and IT research is that the topic of gender and IT is currently… CONTINUE READING
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