Babes in the net

Plant, Sadie
January 1995
New Statesman & Society;1/27/95, Vol. 8 Issue 337, p28
Comments on the impact of the information technology on the role of women in society. On-line services' coming of age; Information technology's eradication of gender-based limitations.


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