Research and statistics support the view that current programs are failing to keep women in the ICT field. Currently, there exist very few solutions to this growing problem. Women in IT in the New Social Era: A Critical Evidence-Based Review of Gender Inequality and the Potential for Change aims to bring this topic to the forefront of discussion about what can be done to correct this lopsided gender distribution. This reference work will be an essential guide for government professionals, students, and researchers in the ICT field looking to develop a solution to equalize the retention rate of women in these related fields.... men in science, engineering and technology: The UK statistics guide 2010. ... 2013, from http://theindustry. cc/2013/02/12/the-growing-technological- generationgap/ Kramer, V. W., Konrad, A. M., aamp; Erkut, S. (2006). ... Diagnosing malaria--and closing labor gaps--through games. ... au/ict/wict/documents/Report %20on%20Brentwood%20 Computer%20Club%20Trial.pdf Merrett, R. (2012) Pay gap, lack ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Women in IT in the New Social Era: A Critical Evidence-Based Review of Gender Inequality and the Potential for Change|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2014-03-31|