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.



BOOK REVIEWS: Books available for review 2015


Please contact the Editor if you are interested in reviewing any of the following books

Gendered Drugs and Medicine: Historical and Socio-Cultural Perspectives edited by Teresa Ortiz-Gomez and Maria Jesus Santesmases

Women's Work Men's Cultures: Overcoming Resistance and Changing Organizational Cultures by Sarah Ruthered

Women and Gaming The Sims and the 21st Century Learning by James Paul Gee and Elizabeth R Hayes

For the Family How Class And Gender Shape Women's Work by Sarah Damaske

Keeping Women in Science by Kate White


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Vol 6, No 3 (2014)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Clem Herman 288-290

Research and theoretical papers

Unpacking Secondary School Students’ Identity Negotiations Regarding Science and Engineering: A Case Study in the United States Abstract PDF
Roxanne Hughes 291-309
Nature on trial in California's legal battle for same-sex marriage Abstract PDF
Jonathan Drury 310-329
Technoscience and Affected Bodies Abstract PDF
Andrea Quinlan 330-345


Review of ‘Lean in: Women, work and the will to lead’ by Sheryl Sandberg PDF
Kate Broadley 346-349
The influence of education funding policies on vocational STEM choices: A Review of the UK All Party Parliamentary Group on Sex Equality PDF
Gill Kirkup 350-352