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Gender Bias - The Insoluble Problem?

Bednar, Peter LU and Bisset, Andy (2000) In The BCS Review 2000. p.1-7
Abstract
The issue and distribution of IT and IS students and professionals as dependent on Gender Bias is discussed. Background and examples are presented from the IT British Industry; the UK and the Swedish Educational sectors.
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IT Education, IT Studies, IT and IS professional, Gender Bias
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The BCS Review
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2000
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1 - 7
publisher
British Computing Society: BCS
language
English
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no
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  author       = {Bednar, Peter and Bisset, Andy},
  keyword      = {IT Education,IT Studies,IT and IS professional,Gender Bias},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1--7},
  publisher    = {British Computing Society: BCS},
  series       = {The BCS Review},
  title        = {Gender Bias - The Insoluble Problem?},
  volume       = {2000},
  year         = {2000},
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