Friday, December 07, 2001

Journal 4: Article Database

Computers and Gender

Gender and computer usage:

Bennett, Caroline. (1998) "Men Online: Discussing Lived Experiences on the Internet". Available:

Ferris, Sharmila. (1996) "Women On-line: Cultural and Relational Aspects of Women's Communication in On-line Discussion Groups", Interpersonal Computing and Technology,
October 1996 V4, N3-4, pp. 29-40. Available:

Haraway, Donna. (1991) "A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century," in Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature
(New York; Routledge), pp.149-181. Available:

Hatt, Daniel. (1998) "Male/Female Language use in Computer Dyadic Interactions". Available:

Herring, Susan. (2000) "Gender Differences in CMC: Findings and Implications", Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility Newsletter 18(1).

King, Lisa. (2000) "Gender Issues in Online Communities", Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility Newsletter 18(1).

Lewis, Peter. (1995) "The Internet and Gender" The New York Times. Appeared Monday 29 May 1995. Available:

Lingenfelter, D. and Kelley, M. (no date) "Gender Language Style and Group Composition in Internet Discussion Groups". Available:

Mazur, Tomasz. (1996) "Virtual Classroom and Virtual Identity: Sex and Gender in the Virtual Space". Available:

Pastore, Michael. (2001) "Internet Remains a Man's Domain". Available:,,5901_809341,00.html

Perry, L. and Perry, T. (1998) "Gender Differences In Internet Use: Do They Exist?" Available:

Spender, Dale. (2000). "The Digital Life Style for Women", Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility Newsletter 18(1).

Stewart, C.; Shields, S.; Monolescu, D.; Taylor, J. (1999) "Gender and Participation in Synchronous CMC: an IRC Case Study", Interpersonal Computing and Technology:
An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century
7(1). Available:

Sexuality and gender online:

Bell, Vicki and La Rue, Denise. (no date) Gender Harrassment and the Internet. Available:

Fraiberg, Allison. (no date) "Electronic Fans, Interpretive Flames: Performative Sexualities and the Internet" Available:;3

Hammon, Robin. (1996) "Cyborgasms: Cybersex Amongst Multiple-Selves and Cyborgs in the Narrow-Bandwidth Space of America Online Chat Rooms".

Harmon, Deana. (1997) "A Content Analysis of Internet-Accessible Written Pornographic Depictions", Electronic Journal of Sociology 3(1).

Kibby, M. (1997) "Babes on the Web: Sex, Identity and the Homepage". Media International Australia Special Issue: Sex Acts N84 May 1997: 39-45

Spertus, Ellen. (1996) "Social and Technical Means for Fighting On-Line Harassment". Available:

Gender bending:

Bruckman, Amy. (1993) "Gender Swapping on the Internet". Available:

Campbell, K. (1994) "Attack of the Cyber-Weenies". Available:

La Pin, J. and Bharadwaj, L. (1998) "'Pick a Gender and Get Back to Us':How Cyberspace Affects Who We Are". Available:

Maranda, Michael. (1994) "Faking it in Cyberspace: Boys will be Girls will be Boys." Available:

Jaffe, J.; Lee, Y.; Huang, L.; and Oshagan, H. (1995) "Gender, Pseudonyms, and CMC: Masking Identities and Baring Souls". Available:

Rodino, Michelle (1997) "Breaking out of Binaries: Reconceptualizing Gender and its Relationship to Language in Computer-Mediated Communication," Journal of Computer Mediated Communication