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 Read the following article published in The Guardian on October 1st, 2012 entitled “Why are so few women working in technology”, see http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2012/oct/01/so-few-women-working-technology?newsfeed=true. Critically analyse this article, provide alternative perspectives, and use concepts and core ideas from the course to discuss the social, cultural, and economic consequences of this article in an age of new media? *  The paper is a total of 5- pages in length, double-spaced (approximately 1,380 words), *  Note that the expected page count for papers applies to the pages comprising the Introduction, Body, and Conclusion sections (b), (c), and (d), but does not include Title page, Endnotes, and Reference – i.e. sections (a), (e) and (f). • Use Arial 12pt type at double line spacing throughout; you may use bold, italic and underline as needed. • Pages are to have 1” margins all around; each page is to be numbered, “Page m of n”, at lower right. • Headings are to be flush left and outline numbered (e.g. 1, 1.1, 1.1.1), without a blank line following. • Each paragraph is to be followed by a blank line.

• Figures & tables are each to be numbered sequentially (e.g. Fig 1, Table 1) and captioned at the top. • Use APA 6th edition style for references.

* Men design computers and programming for men and this draws more men into the technology field to design more programs for men. Even electronic gadgetry favors men’s needs, as is confirmed by the many women who complain about the size, shape and mechanics of the pager. As one female executive puts it, “Bulky pagers in the breast pocket or hanging on the belt just doesn’t work for women.” * Sherry Turkle, professor of sociology at MIT and co-chair of the commission says, “Instead of trying to make girls fit into the existing computer culture, the computer culture must become more inviting for girls.” * http://www.matilijapress.com/articles/womenintechnology.htm...
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