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Alison Adam
Alison Adam
Professor of Science, Technology and Society, Sheffield Hallam University
Verified email at shu.ac.uk
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Artificial knowing: Gender and the thinking machine
A Adam
Routledge, 2006
5562006
A decade of neglect: reflecting on gender and IS
A Adam, D Howcroft, H Richardson
New Technology, Work and Employment 19 (3), 222-240, 2004
1932004
Virtual gender: Technology, consumption, and identity
E Green, A Adam
Psychology Press, 2001
162*2001
Being an ‘it’in IT: gendered identities in IT work
A Adam, M Griffiths, C Keogh, K Moore, H Richardson, A Tattersall
European Journal of Information Systems 15 (4), 368-378, 2006
1232006
Gay men, Gaydar and the commodification of difference
M Cushman, R McLean, B Light, G Fletcher, A Adam
Information Technology & People, 2008
121*2008
Gender, ethics and information technology
A Adam
Springer, 2005
1142005
Cyberstalking and Internet pornography: Gender and the gaze
A Adam
Ethics and Information Technology 4 (2), 133-142, 2002
1142002
Computer ethics in a different voice
A Adam
Information and organization 11 (4), 235-261, 2001
1032001
Exploring the gender question in critical information systems
A Adam
Journal of Information Technology 17 (2), 59-67, 2002
1012002
Disability and discourses of web accessibility
A Adam, D Kreps
Information, Communication & Society 12 (7), 1041-1058, 2009
982009
Enabling or disabling technologies? A critical approach to web accessibility
H Richardson, L Kvasny, A Adam, D Kreps
Information Technology & People, 2006
952006
Gendered futures? Women, the ICT workplace and stories of the future
K Moore, M Griffiths, H Richardson, A Adam
Gender, Work & Organization 15 (5), 523-542, 2008
922008
Does gender matter in computer ethics?
A Adam, J Ofori-Amanfo
Ethics and Information Technology 2 (1), 37-47, 2000
812000
Gender and computer ethics
A Adam
ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society 30 (4), 17-24, 2000
772000
On‐line leisure: Gender, and ICTs in the home
E Green, A Adam
Information Communication & Society 1 (3), 291-312, 1998
731998
Hacking into hacking: Gender and the hacker phenomenon
A Adam
Gender, Ethics and Information Technology, 128-146, 2005
702005
What should we do with cyberfeminism
A Adam
Women in computing, 17-27, 1997
551997
Women, work, and computerization: breaking old boundaries, building new forms: proceedings of the IFIP TC9/WG9. 1 fifth International Conference on Women, Work and …
A Adam
North Holland, 1994
551994
Cyberstalking: Gender and computer ethics
A Adam
Virtual Gender, 209-224, 2008
522008
Feminist philosophy and information systems
A Adam, H Richardson
Information Systems Frontiers 3 (2), 143-154, 2001
522001
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