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Gender-Related Differences in Exposure to and Use of Computers: Results of a Survey of Secondary School Students
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European Journal of Psychology of Education Volume 11, Number 3, ISSN 0256-2928

Abstract

Analyzes data on exposure to and use of computers by students, focusing on gender-related differences. Provides information on frequency and duration of computer use, computer experiences, computer interests, attitudes toward computers, and emotional responses while using computers. Supports the assumption of gender-related differences, but not necessarily in a general sense. (DSK)

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Bannert, M. & Arbinger, P.R. (1996). Gender-Related Differences in Exposure to and Use of Computers: Results of a Survey of Secondary School Students. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 11(3), 269. Retrieved December 17, 2018 from .

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