Where are all the women?

Breidenbach, Susan
October 1997
Network World;10/13/97, Vol. 14 Issue 41, p68
Trade Publication
Cites factors influencing the decline on the number of women entering computer-related fields. Reluctancy among women in entering engineering colleges; Female's underestimation of their capabilities; Interest on the place of technology in organizational or individual life; Personal perception of women on computer-related jobs.


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