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DATA AND EVIDENCE ON GENDER EQUALITY IN DIGITAL ACCESS, SKILLS, AND LEADERSHIP

Autor(es):
United Nations University | EQUALS.
Editor: EQUALS 2019Edición: March 2019 Araba Sey and Nancy Hafkin.Descripción: 338 pág. il., gráf., tab.Tipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
Tema(s): Mujeres digitales | digital access | digital skills | ICT Access | leadershipRecursos en línea: AbiertoAcceso a la publiación Resumen: The inaugural report of the EQUALS Research Group lays the foundation for the EQUALS Partnership agenda by surveying the landscape of knowledge on gender equality as it relates to the three EQUALS action areas – Access, Skills, and Leadership. It should serve as a planning resource to inform future activities of EQUALS partners and to serve the broader community of policymakers, practitioners, and researchers interested in solving gender inequality challenges in access to information and communication technologies (ICTs), development of basic and advanced ICT skills, and participation in the ICT industry. While our primary interest is in ICTs, this topic intersects with other issues, in particular the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) field in general. Scholars argue that in many respects the state of gender digital equality can be traced back to trends in the socialisation of STEM as a male-dominated field (for example, Quirós et al., 2018; Steinke, 2017). Furthermore, significant definitional issues complicate the analytic focus for this type of research. The continually evolving nature of technology and the existence of different categorisation schemes give rise to questions about what falls within the scope of ICTs and what constitutes an ICT (or ICT-related) occupation. The nature of available information also affects analysis, as much of the existing research and data (particularly for skills and leadership) relate to STEM, technology, or engineering broadly. Throughout this report, we use a variety of terms including “STEM”, “science and technology”, “technology”, “digital technologies”, “ICT” and “computing”, depending on the scope of the available data
Lista(s) en las que aparece este ítem: Nº 03. Novedades - Marzo 2019 | Digital skills
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The inaugural report of the EQUALS Research Group lays the foundation for the EQUALS Partnership agenda by surveying the landscape of knowledge on gender equality as it relates to the three EQUALS action areas – Access, Skills, and Leadership. It should serve as a planning resource to inform future activities of EQUALS partners and to serve the broader community of policymakers, practitioners, and researchers interested in solving gender inequality challenges in access to information and communication technologies (ICTs), development of basic and advanced ICT skills, and participation in the ICT industry. While our primary interest is in ICTs, this topic intersects with other issues, in particular the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) field in general. Scholars argue that in many respects the state of gender digital equality can be traced back to trends in the socialisation of STEM as a male-dominated field (for example, Quirós et al., 2018; Steinke, 2017). Furthermore, significant definitional issues complicate the analytic focus for this type of research. The continually evolving nature of technology and the existence of different categorisation schemes give rise to questions about what falls within the scope of ICTs and what constitutes an ICT (or ICT-related) occupation.
The nature of available information also affects analysis, as much of the existing research and data (particularly for skills and leadership) relate to STEM, technology, or engineering broadly. Throughout this report, we use a variety of terms including “STEM”, “science and technology”, “technology”, “digital technologies”, “ICT” and “computing”, depending on the scope of the available data

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