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Woman and information technology : are good pratices really « good » at attracting female students in the IT workplace ?
|Presented at||Introducing gender into academia - (in)visible act ? International conference of ESREA Networking. Montpelier - Sept. 2011 - . 2011|
|Abstract||Among the technical and scientific studies, the evolution of the computer sciences draws attention. From the 1980s, in France, more and more men have chosen this field but in the same time, the number of women has remained the same. By studying computer scientists’ discourses and questionnaires completed by first-year science students, we observe the computer scientists’ image has changed in the past 30 years. Before the micro-computer, ICT jobs were service industry scientific jobs. They were quite attractive to female scientists.|
|Research group||Groupe relations interculturelles et formation des enseignants (GRIF-GE)|
|COLLET, Isabelle. Woman and information technology : are good pratices really « good » at attracting female students in the IT workplace ?. In: Introducing gender into academia - (in)visible act ? International conference of ESREA Networking. Montpelier. 2011. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:27143|