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Author Spender, Dale.

Title Nattering on the net : women, power and cyberspace / Dale Spender
Published North Melbourne : Spinifex, 1995


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Description xxvi, 278 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Ch. 1. Print. Monks and Manuscripts. Professional, White, Male Standard. Spelling It Out. The Glory of Grammar. He/Man Hoax. Dictionary Distortions -- Ch. 2. The Claims of Literature. Exploding the Canon. Rules of the Game. Downfall and Dirty Tricks -- Ch. 3. Readers. The Professional Reader. The Growth of the Reading Public. Literary Crisis. Books -- Ch. 4. Authors. The Birth of the Author. The Death of the Author -- Ch. 5. Education. From Factory Model to Cyberspace. Schools. Electronic Scholarship. Universities -- Ch. 6. Libraries. Public or Profit? Indexing -- Ch. 7. Women, Power and Cyberspace. Been There, Done That! The Gender Gap. Male Menace on the Superhighway. What's Good for the Goose Doesn't Apply to the Gander. Women's Way
Summary The author discusses the social impact of the information revolution, both negative and positive, and the potential benefits it could bring about for women
Analysis Books and reading
Computer networks Social aspects
Information society
Sexual harassment of women
Women in technology
Women Computer network resources
Overseas item
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 261-269
Subject Books and reading.
Computer networks -- Social aspects.
Cyberspace -- Social aspects.
Information society.
Internet -- Social aspects.
Sexual harassment of women.
Women in technology.
Women -- Computer network resources.
Women -- Social conditions.
LC no. 95215316
ISBN 1875559094