CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Issue on “The Gender Dimension in Technology”
AbstractThis Special Issue aims to present to the scientific, business and policy-making communities a concentrated and multi-faceted body of recent research, that has the potential to raise awareness on the increasing importance of gender in technology, broaden the current understanding of the dynamics and implications of the phenomenon, inspire new research projects in this and related areas, and disseminate good practice. Note: The authors of the papers included in this Special Issue will have the opportunity to present them at the International Conference Triple Helix 8 (Madrid, October 2010), which will include a track on Gender and Technology. Further details on this track will be available shortly on the conference website http://www.triplehelix8.org/information.html
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Jimenez M., A. (2009). CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Issue on “The Gender Dimension in Technology”. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 4(4), 171-174. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/new2
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