Gender Inequality and the Internet
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This paper explains that that women are less frequent users of the Internet and new related technologies as compared to men, which creates a wide gender gap, but that gap is diminishing. The author points out that women are victims of Internet pornography, since hundreds of sites reveal them in degrading fashion, thereby making gender inequality a more intense and pervasive issue. The paper relates that the under-representation of women in professional fields such as science, mathematics, and computing plays an important role in the existing gender inequality in the cyberspace.
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