Chapters

An alternative public space for women: the potential of ICT

Hassanin, Leila. 2009. “An alternative public space for women: the potential of ICT” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 77).

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Women’s use of information and communication technologies in Mozambique: a tool for empowerment?

Macueve, G., J. Mandlate, L. Ginder, P. Gaster and E. Macome. 2009. “Women’s use of information and communication technologies in Mozambique: a tool for empowerment?” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 21).

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When a gender-blind access policy results in discrimination: realities and perceptions of female students at the University of Zimbabwe

Mbambo-Thata, B., Mlambo, E. and P. Mwatsiya. 2009. “When a gender-blind access policy results in discrimination: realities and perceptions of female students at the University of Zimbabwe” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 67).

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Our journey to empowerment: the role of ICT

Meena, R. and M. Rusimbi. 2009. “Our journey to empowerment: the role of ICT” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 193).

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Women entrepreneurs in Nairobi: examining and contextualizing women’s choices

Munyua, Alice Wanjira. 2009. “Women entrepreneurs in Nairobi: examining and contextualizing women’s choices” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 119).

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Reflections on the mentoring experiences of ICT career women in Nairobi, Kenya: looking in the mirror

Omamo,  Salome Awuor. 2009. “Reflections on the mentoring experiences of ICT career women in Nairobi, Kenya: looking in the mirror” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 183).

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Mobile phones in a time of modernity: the quest for increased self-sufficiency among women fishmongers and fish processors in Dakar

Sane, I and  Balla Traore, M. 2009. “Mobile phones in a time of modernity: the quest for increased self-sufficiency among women fishmongers and fish processors in Dakar” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 107).

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Using ICTs to act on hope and commitment: the fight against gender violence in Morocco

Tafnout, A  and A. Timjerdine. 2009. “Using ICTs to act on hope and commitment: the fight against gender violence in Morocco” in Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 88).

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Internet use among women entrepreneurs in the textile sectorin Douala, Cameroon: self-taught and independent

Yitamben, G. and E. Tchinda. 2009. “Internet use among women entrepreneurs in the textile sector in Douala, Cameroon: self-taught and independent” in  Buskens, I and A. Webb (eds.) African Women & ICTS: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (page 133).

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