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For example, the discussion of the vocabulary of "background" in relation to class identity is revealing, but one would have appreciated a more detailed rendering of the conflicts and tensions of class identity and status that get played out in IT workspaces. Further, because the focus is on women IT professionals, the IT workforce appears to be mostly elite and cosmopolitan -although a few examples of male software engineers from lower-class or small-town backgrounds points to its actualdoi:10.1017/s0020859012000740 fatcat:n6ryvx6v5bg6hemo2tgvbche5u