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Brayton J. 1997. 'Women's Love/Hate Relationship with the Internet', from Essays on the Internet for Women.

Ferris SP. 1996. 'Women Online: Cultural and Relational Aspects of Women's Communication in Online Discussion Groups', Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century, Vol.4, (3-4): 29-40.

Finke L. 2001. 'Women: Lost in Cyberspace?' Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio.

Morahan-Martin J. 1998. Women and Girls Last: Females and the Internet. Paper given at IRISS '98 Conference 25-27 March 1998, Bristol, UK.


The WEEA Equity Resource Centre is a national resource centre that offers both materials and technical assistance, a discussion forum, and an online course list.

CWIT The Center for Women and Information Technology provides an extensive list of sites focusing on women or girls and information technology, and to e-mail forums devoted to these issues.

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