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Computer Experience of Menominee Indian Students: Gender Differences in Coursework and Use of Software
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Journal of American Indian Education Volume 32, Number 3, ISSN 0021-8731

Abstract

Among 71 eighth and twelfth graders surveyed in Menominee Indian School District (Wisconsin), eighth-grade males and females had similar school experiences with computers, but twelfth-grade females were significantly less likely than males to enroll in computer-oriented classes or to use computer games and graphics. (SV)

Citation

Grignon, J.R. (1993). Computer Experience of Menominee Indian Students: Gender Differences in Coursework and Use of Software. Journal of American Indian Education, 32(3), 1-15. Retrieved December 2, 2021 from .

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