Understanding gender differences in computer attitudes,

Kay, Robin H.
December 1992
Journal of Research on Computing in Education;Winter92, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p159
Academic Journal
Presents a theoretical analysis of methods used by researchers to examine gender differences in behavior toward computers. Prototypical survey research; Approaches that are necessary for a comprehensive theory of gender differences observed in computer-related behavior; Quantitative versus qualitative method; Construct versus contextual theory; General learning versus specific tasks.


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