Women, Technology, and the Myth of Progress
This book explores reproductive, household, and office technology in order to challenge popular notions of technology as progressive for women. It argues that technology gives its benefits differentially, depending on such critical social issues as race, gender, and class. Topics in this provocative analysis include the social construction of technology, the status of women, reproductive technology, office technology, household technology, the myth of progress, and implications for social change. A provocative read for anyone interested in women's issues with regard to household, workplace, and reproductive technological breakthroughs.
Specifications of Women, Technology, and the Myth of Progress
|Author||Eileen B. Leonard|
|Number Of Pages||246|
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