Measuring Women's Attitudes, Goals, and Literacy toward Computers and Advanced Technology
Educational Technology Volume 25, Number 2, ISSN 0013-1962
Describes a study examining relationships between Canadian adult women's ages, goals, literacy, and attitudes toward computers and advanced technology. Results indicate a strong correlation between technical goals, enjoyment, and technical term understanding, and a belief men are more technically literate. Recommendations are made for educating women in advanced technology. (MBR)
Jackson, L.M. & Yamanaka, E. (1985). Measuring Women's Attitudes, Goals, and Literacy toward Computers and Advanced Technology. Educational Technology, 25(2), 12-14.