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Title: Hong Kong pupils' attitudes toward technology: the impact of design and technology programs
Authors: Volk, Ken 
Yip, Wai Ming
Lo, Ting Kau
Issue Date: 2003
Journal: Journal of Technology Education
Abstract: Responses in 2002 from 2,876 Hong Kong secondary students on the Pupils' Attitudes toward Technology survey were compared with 1997 results. More girls were now interested in technology careers; there were still significant gender differences in attitudes. Differences among girls varied with design and technology experience. Innovative programs promoted significantly more positive attitude changes. (Contains 26 references.) (SK)
Keywords: Attitude change
Design
Foreign countries
Outcomes of education
Secondary education
Sex differences
Student attitudes
Technology education
Type: Article
ISSN: 1045-1064
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