International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology

GST focuses on gender issues in and of science and technology, including engineering, construction and the built environment, and aims to explore the intersections of policy, practice and research.

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BOOK REVIEWS: New books available for review 2014

 

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Vol 6, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Clem Herman 193-195

Research and theoretical papers

Twenty-First Century Minerva: Are there career impacts for women who receive a “Women in Science” Fellowship? Abstract PDF
Patricia Weir, Joan Leach, Jenny Gamble, Debra Creedy 196-208
Making the invisible become visible: Recognizing women's relationship with technology Abstract PDF
Hilde G. Corneliussen 209-222
Designing Gender in Social Media: Unpacking Interaction Design as a Carrier of Social Norms Abstract PDF
Sofia Lundmark, Maria Normark 223-241

Perspectives

Wanted: The Intersection of Feminist Pedagogy and Science Education Abstract PDF
Sara Raven 242-251

Case Studies

Small Group Support: Attracting and Retaining Women in SET in Korea Abstract PDF
Jung Sun Kim, Hye Young Park 252-263
Designing a Culturally Responsive Computing Curriculum for Girls Abstract PDF
Kimberly Scott, Gregory Aist, Xiaolong Zhang 264-276

Reviews

Review of 'Doubting Sex' by Geertje Mak Abstract PDF
Lynda Birke 277-280
Review of 'Girls Coming to Tech' by Amy Sue Bix Abstract PDF
Neelam Kumar 281-283
Gender still an issue in developing countries: a Review of ADD-GASAT International Conference Abstract PDF
Jayantee Naugah 284-287