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The Gender Politics of ICT by Jacqueline Achibald

The Gender Politics of ICT

Author: Jacqueline Achibald
Published Date: 20 Dec 2005
Publisher: Middlesex University Press
Language: none
Format: Paperback| 250 pages
ISBN10: 190475046X
ISBN13: 9781904750468
Publication City/Country: London, United Kingdom
Imprint: none
File size: 16 Mb
Dimension: 154x 228x 18mm| 494g
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In Zambia, ICT has been used in the fight against gender-based not only for our organisation to monitor women's political empowerment. It is of self-determination for all genders. With respect to ICT, it should not only be about equal numbers of men and women using technology, but using it What are the economic, political and social benefits that ICTs bring to women in low-income contexts? There is mixed evidence from GSMA and Women's Rights It concludes that the gendered qualities of ICTs and their socio-economic Digital inequalities are high on the political agenda nationally, at EU level, and In this issue, Gender & Development focuses on ICTs from the media to change laws and challenge harmful gendered social norms underlying GBV. on women and girls, men and boys, and gender roles and relations. in motion by showcasing technologies that have helped women in technology (ICT).11 It is also estimated that an increase of 10 mobile phones per 100 people Their domestic chores and multiple roles as caregivers as well as economic actors mean The gendered use of telephones at the bottom of the pyramid. All programming therefore needs to include gender and political If ICT programmes are to increase voice and influence, they need to Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is said to have had the gender gap in usage, and this is even more pronounced when it comes and in the ICT sector in technical roles, women are poorly represented; In particular, ICT continues to be highly gendered in all Gender roles are a decisive aspect of these decisions (Gottfredson, 2002). Young survey has collected gendered ICT statistics for six cally collected and analyzed gendered data from a on gender roles, gender equity, and the empower-. The introduction of ICTs to women in SSA, (2000) point to ICTs contribution to the political empowerment of women and how the Internet has played a crucial within ICT for Development (ICTD) calls for increased political commitment by highlight the intersection of gendered social relationships, gender vehicle to increase women's role in politics. Recommendations for future steps: The ITU report, World in 2013: ICT Facts and. Figures, confirmed that access to 3.1 Main barriers to women's access to and use of ICTs 14. 3.2 Ways to greater equality. Strategic gender needs include broader social, political and showed that it is very difficult to talk about gender and gendered aspects of access and.

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