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Lessons Learned With Girls, Games, and Design

Amanda Ochsner
2015 Proceedings of the Third Conference on GenderIT - GenderIT '15  
The Girls' Game Movement of the 1990s aimed to create games specifically for girls, but ultimately struggled to reach consensus on whether to make games catering to the feminine content that girls expressed  ...  Stevens, Satwicz, & McCarthy [30] call this discourse a "flare-up in the Culture Wars," describing on one hand "a view of video games as mind-numbing, antisocial, low culture activities," and on the  ...  One side argued for utilizing market research about what girls like and committed to making games based on girls' interests.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2807565.2807709 dblp:conf/genderit/Ochsner15 fatcat:jywcgslvwjeizjm7ez5s2lchq4

Putting the gender back in digital housekeeping

Jennifer A. Rode, Erika Shehan Poole
2018 Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Gender & IT - GenderIT '18  
Note that what one knows technically and how confident one appears to others regarding technology are two different things.  ...  One could own one's technological successes, which result from skill; one could own one's technological successes that result from luck.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196839.3196845 dblp:conf/genderit/RodeP18 fatcat:ia6zhmtovjbprnbdabucbuqbe4

"A nice brain teaser"

Alice Ashcroft
2018 Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Gender & IT - GenderIT '18  
The preliminary research reported in this paper focuses speciCically on computer programming, since coding is an area that has shown a strong statistical bias towards males with up to 92% of programmers  ...  GenderIT, May 14-15, 2018 [5] . This paper aims to uncover and examine any differences in the coding abilities and approach of males and females.  ...  The UG and PG women seemed to have similar views on working on existing code and in groups with comments such as; "I don't like reading other people's code".  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196839.3196848 dblp:conf/genderit/Ashcroft18 fatcat:ctn7prerpfcbded2mgrnkwvufq

Deconstructing sociotechnical identity in maker cultures

Andrea Marshall, Jennifer Rode
2018 Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Gender & IT - GenderIT '18  
These maker spaces called Come_in, have been going on for 4-7 years on average.  ...  as a female one" [16. ].  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196839.3196855 dblp:conf/genderit/MarshallR18 fatcat:mvglng2o5fbhbpzeznoeylgjsa

Computational making, binary gender and LEGO

Jennifer A. Rode, Veronica Cucuiat
2018 Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Gender & IT - GenderIT '18  
These sets were marketed towards girls and focus on making. Our contribution is showing computational making can be used to investigate domains outside e-textiles.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank our reviewers, as well as, Anne Weibert, Andrea Marshall, Konstantin Aal, Thomas. von Rekowski, Houda El Mimouni Jennifer Booker and Volker Wulf for their collaboration on  ...  on helping one another while baking, shopping relaxing, and taking care of animals [16] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196839.3196854 dblp:conf/genderit/RodeC18 fatcat:l4xwyr3wfza6xf67i4dpiukec4

To whom does the driver's seat belong in the future?

Sandra Buchmüller, Corinna Bath, Roman Henze
2018 Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Gender & IT - GenderIT '18  
This article provides an experience report on an interdisciplinary cooperation between two gender researchers and two automotive engineers at a German technical university.  ...  It focuses on the negotiation processes around a joint research proposal, dealing with the question of how to create concepts for a trustworthy human-machine interaction in automated driving systems that  ...  On this basis, we can say that the negotiations resulted in a more pluralistic and comprehensive view on users.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3196839.3196866 dblp:conf/genderit/BuchmullerBH18 fatcat:rx3h7qbdone2pbb3imomndmygq

Introduction to the Special Issue: Gendering Global Media Policy: Critical Perspectives on "Digital Agendas"

Claudia Padovani, Leslie Regan Shade
2016 Journal of Information Policy  
Fourth World Conference on Women, 1995. Accessed August 12, 2016. ---. "Step It Up for Gender Equality Media Compact." 2015.  ...  Claudia Padovani, in "Gendering the European Digital Agenda: The Challenge of Gender Mainstreaming Twenty Years after the Beijing World Conference on Women," addresses some of those issues by focusing  ... 
doi:10.5325/jinfopoli.6.2016.332 fatcat:amrsghqrjrbaxen3e3jslq245u

Gender Balance and Inclusion Within The Australian Space Community: An Overview Of Delegates At The 2018 Australian Space Research Conference [article]

Eriita G. Jones, Jonathan Horner, Ann Cairns, Wayne Short
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, the data from the most recent conference (held on the Gold Coast, in September 2018) is analysed, considering the gender demographics of delegates, presenters (within numerous categories  ...  to the gender balance of the conference.  ...  Thank you also to the Women In Space conference organisers for data supplied.  ... 
arXiv:1907.12358v2 fatcat:tqa5ls3rybefzhuif7g7nsyt6m

Check Your Stereotypes at the Door: An Analysis of Gender Typecasts in Social Human-Robot Interaction [chapter]

Daniel J. Rea, Yan Wang, James E. Young
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we provide evidence that suggests prominent gender stereotypes might not be as pronounced in human-robot interaction as may be expected based on previous research.  ...  The ACM GenderIT conference is only newly established, and there are even fewer examples of gender-related sHRI work [3] .  ...  One such area of importance to sHRI is gender studies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-25554-5_55 fatcat:43efvr7wovc5lk5g7xdqe2p4ri

Characteristics of Head Teachers in Management of School Facilities in Kenya

John M. Mbunde, Jackson M. Njage-Rwito
2018 European Scientific Journal  
Teachers and pupils need facilities to search, read, write, confer, interact, view, listen, think, experiment and record.  ...  Table 1 : 1 Distribution of the head teachers by genderIt is observed fromTable 1results that majority, ______________________________________________________________ Gender Frequency Percentage (%)  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2018.v14n25p227 fatcat:rtkqzxvglrgsvht3slzioqn52u

CEO Characteristics and Environmental Performance: Evidence from Indonesian Banks

Nurmadi Harsa Sumarta, Muhammad Agung Prabowo, Prihatnolo Gandhi Amidjaya, Edy Supriyono, Agista Putri Prameswari
2021 International Journal of Business and Society  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This paper was presented at the ICESD Conference 2020 organized by the Doctoral Program in Environmental Science, Universitas Sebelas Maret.  ...  complete case analysis.The regression model for hypothesis testing is formulated as follows: SFR : Reporting period β0 : Constant β1-β9 : Regression coefficient e : Error standard GRI = β0 + β1GENDERit  ...  Samples are selected based on certain criteria developed based on the research objectives.  ... 
doi:10.33736/ijbs.3779.2021 fatcat:bat2nrp6l5gt7jpaincr2x7qqe

A Study on the Dietary Behavior in School-aged Children

C. Scurt
2017 unpublished
In order to obtain data on the dietary behavior, a questionnaire containing 14 items was applied to a total of 234 schoolchildren, between 12 and 15 years.  ...  An unbalanced diet can have severe consequences on the health condition of the school population, leading to chronic diseases, like arterial hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus, etc.  ...  Figure 1 .Figure 2 . 12 Dietary habits by gender Fast-foods preferences by genderIt can be ascertained that boys are less preoccupied with dietary hygiene in contrast with girls. 1671 Figure 3 . 16713  ... 
doi:10.15405/epsbs.2017.05.02.204 fatcat:53v7opgqfrgc3ieqdvve52yh2u

Gender Justice in Puerto Rico: Domestic Violence, Legal Reform, and the Use of International Human Rights Principles

Jodie G. Roure
2011 Human Rights Quarterly  
It investigates the ways by which grassroots movements and governmental agencies work collaboratively and independently towards the eradication of violence and discrimination against women on the islands  ...  Woorahm Sean Yoo provided me with excellent research assistance and comments for three years on this project as did Lauren Fasano, who traveled with me to Puerto Rico and provided exceptional research  ...  The influence of information technology on violence against women has been researched by GenderIT in three Latin American Countries: Argentina, Colombia, and Brazil. See generally 91.  ... 
doi:10.1353/hrq.2011.0042 fatcat:bd6h2lyqbjf35gtefvo4g57d6q

Women in Brazil with higher education in tourism: Preliminary results of the Gentour Project

Helena Araújo Costa, Carlos Costa, Zélia Breda, Sandra Caçador, Inês Carvalho, Rafaela Vieira
The paper aims to identify the profile of women who hold a higher education degree in tourism – from technological training to postgraduate studies – in Brazil, based on results of the Gentour Project.  ...  Acknowledgments This article results from a research project on gender issues in the tourism sector, which is entitled 'Does gender equality have a say in the boost of innovative forms of economic growth  ...  This topic was also discussed during the "International Conference on Tourism and Gender Issues", hosted by the University of Aveiro in March 2012.  ... 
doi:10.34624/rtd.v0i19.12527 fatcat:4d7irts73vaghpm7m3ssnopffm

Factors Affecting the Enrolment Rate of Students in Higher Education Institutions in the Gauteng province, South Africa: Based on General Household Survey 2012

Tlou Mpho, Joyce Matsolo
2015 unpublished
On the other hand, debates on women and higher education at the World Conference of Higher Education (WCHE) posited cultural traditions "as the central and most powerful factor for success or failure of  ...  Figure 4 . 4 44 Enrolment percentage by genderIt is important to also check the gender equality in terms of enrolment given the country's history.Figure 4.4 above displays the higher education enrolment  ... 
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