Building New Networks from the Old: Women's Experiences with Electronic Communications
Computers and Composition Volume 11, Number 1, ISSN 8755-4615 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Presents research to support the argument that patterns of interaction deeply entrenched within a patriarchal system cannot be undermined simply by offering access to a new medium such as computer-mediated communication. Claims that, in moving away from traditional discourse forms that oppress and marginalize women, scholars run the risk of those ideologies becoming dominant once again. (RS)
Takayoshi, P. (1994). Building New Networks from the Old: Women's Experiences with Electronic Communications. Computers and Composition, 11(1), 21-35. Elsevier Ltd.
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