Girls and Information Technology in Denmark--An Account of a Socially Constructed Problem
Gender and Education Volume 4, Number 1, ISSN 0954-0253
Discusses the gender-computer relationship, citing classroom observations and interviews in a Danish primary school's eighth grade (14- to 15-year-old students). Considers why common sex-stereotyping perceptions do not associate females with computer competency and do not associate males with problems in learning to deal competently with computers. (RLC)
Elkjaer, B. (1992). Girls and Information Technology in Denmark--An Account of a Socially Constructed Problem. Gender and Education, 4(1), 25-40.
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