TechnoFeminism

TechnoFeminism

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TechnoFeminism is a book by academic sociologist Judy Wajcman, about the role that gender plays in technology. The book reframes the relationship between gender and technologies, and presents a feminist reading of the woman-machine relationship. It is considered a key contributor to the rise of feminist technoscience as a field.

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