Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies

Women and Technology: A case study of Famagusta, TRNC
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, 2011 - Volume 1 Issue 1, pp. 29-39
  • Published Online: 10 Jan 2011
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Abstract

It has been observed that men have always had more access to technology. Currently, increased educational opportunities for the women proved that women can be very successful not only in the use but also in the design of technology. The present study explores the attitude of a variety of forms of feminism to technology and presents the findings of a descriptive study carried out in Famagusta, TRNC about the domestic instruments owned, used, used with all the functions, and repaired by women.

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