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Title: Gender and technology in Hong Kong: a study of pupils' attitudes toward technology
Authors: Volk, Kenneth Scott
Ming, Yip Wai
Issue Date: 1999
Journal: International Journal of Technology and Design Education
Abstract: Discussion of attitudes toward traditional male and female roles and technology focuses on a study of Hong Kong secondary school students that used a Pupils' Attitudes toward Technology (PATT) instrument to investigate perceptions of the difficulty of technology, technology in the curriculum, pursuing technology careers, parents' careers, home influences, and international comparisons. (Author/LRW)
Keywords: Career choice
Curriculum evaluation
Family influence
Gender issues
Global approach
Parent influence
Secondary education
Sex role
Student attitudes
Tables (Data)
Technology education
Type: Article
ISSN: 0957-7572
DOI: 10.1023/A:1008894006039
Appears in Collections:Facilities and Technologies

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