First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Part One Theoretical Developments in the Gender-Technology Relationship: Feminist Sociology and Methodology: Leaky Black Boxes in Gender/Technology Relations; On Some Failures of Nerve in Constructivist and Feminist Analyses of Technology. Part Two Case Studies of the Gender- Technology Relation: Gender is Calling: Some Reflections of Past, Present and Future Uses of the Telephone; The Configuration of Domestic Practices in the Designing of Household Appliances; New Reproductive Technologies and "the Modern Condition" in South East England; Networking Constructions of Gender and Constructing Gender Networks: Considering Definitions of Woman in the British Cervical Screening Programme; Competition and Collaboration in the Male Shaping of Computing; Negotiating A Software Career: Informal Work Practices And "The Lads" In a Software Installation.