- Title Pages
- 1 The State of Research on Girls and IT
- 2 Examining the Gender Gap in IT by Race: Young Adults’ Decisions to Pursue an IT Career
- 3 Lost in Translation: Gender and High School Computer Science
- 4 Recruiting Middle School Girls into IT: Data on Girls’ Perceptions and Experiences from a Mixed-Demographic Group
- 5 A Critical Review of the Research on Women’s Participation in Postsecondary Computing Education
- 6 A Matter of Degrees: Female Underrepresentation in Computer Science Programs Cross-Nationally
- 7 Just Get Over It or Just Get On with It: Retaining Women in Undergraduate Computing
- 8 The Poverty of the Pipeline Metaphor: The AAAS/CPST Study of Nontraditional Pathways into IT/CS Education and the Workforce
- 9 Gender Differences among Students in Computer Science and Applied Information Technology
- 10 Confronting the “Socialization” Barrier: Cross-Ethnic Differences in Undergraduate Women’s Preference for IT Education
- 11 Women in Computer Science or Management Information Systems Courses: A Comparative Analysis
- 12 Traversing the Undergraduate Curriculum in Computer Science: Where Do Students Stumble?
- 13 The Transition of Women from the Academic World to the IT Workplace: A Review of the Relevant Research
- 14 Gender and Professional Commitment among IT Professionals: The Special Case of Female Newcomers to Organizations
- 15 Foot in the Door, Mouse in Hand: Low-Income Women, Short-Term Job Training Programs, and IT Careers
- Women and Information Technology
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