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Gender differences

  1. 1. (SEX)(Gender)
  2. 2. 1 2 3 4
  3. 3. cont.Web2.0
  4. 4. Introduction•••
  5. 5. Introduction 25.4%
  6. 6. The Gender Gap andICTThe computer, particularly its designing,programming, and recreational/gaming aspects,was initially gendered male (Kiesler, Sproull, &Eccles, 1985; Turkle, 1988). BBS
  7. 7. The Gender Gap andICT
  8. 8. Uses of ICT
  9. 9. ICT Knowledge, Skills,and Occupations
  10. 10. ICT Knowledge, Skills,and Occupations
  11. 11. Research Questions
  12. 12. Methods
  13. 13. Results Uses of ICT For both knowledge and skills, cultural uses were the dominant use of ICT promoted, followed by economic, and then civic uses. Cultural ICT Use Civic EconomicType of Chi-SquarecontentKnowledge 91.4% (32) 77.1% (27) 54.3% (19) 13.58***Skills 65.7% (23) 37.1% (13) 31.4% (11) 13.05***
  14. 14. Occupations Table 5. Frequency of occupations on websites Note. Chi-Square (9, N=35)=121.04, p<.001
  15. 15. ICT Knowledge and Skills Table 6. Mean ranks of ICT knowledge and skills Note. Chi-Square (5, N=35)=31.39, p<.001
  16. 16. Discussion Uses
  17. 17. ICT? ICT ICT
  18. 18. 55 45 89%
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  20. 20. Twitter
  21. 21. • http://www.ted.com/talks/johanna_blakley_ social_media_and_the_end_of_gender.ht ml
  22. 22. ITC ….
  23. 23. http://www.oliverline.com/book/send/page_8.htm — Amazon Mechanical Turk1314 Twitter 隐 别 http://dongxi.net/b09cY/printhttp://www.rdec.gov.tw/ct.asp?xItem=4024389&ctNode=12062&mp=100 www.tmue.edu.tw/~kid/course/hsinhsi/report_review_g07.pdf

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