Because these stereotypes necessarily have economic, social, and political consequences, understanding how gender shapes the ways we view and use technology -- and how technology shapes our concept of gender -- has emerged as a matter of serious scholarly importance. Here leading historians of technology explore this entwined and reciprocal relationship.This description of the Tricho machine may remind some readers of the shoe- fitting fluoroscopes employed in North ... Radiology: An Illustrated History (St. Louis, 1992); E. R. N. Grigg, The Trail of the Invisible Light (Springfield, Ill., 1965); Ruthanbsp;...
|Title||:||Gender and Technology|
|Author||:||Nina Lerman, Ruth Oldenziel, Arwen P. Mohun|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2003-09-10|