Making Change: Can Ethnographic Research about Women Makers Change the Future of Computing?

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SUSAN FAULKNER and ANNE MCCLARD

Two ethnographers from different parts of the same technology company set out to explore the role of women and girls in the worldwide maker movement. We wanted to know who is currently participating in the maker phenomenon, how they became makers, what motivates them to continue making, what kinds of things they make, and what their hopes are for the future. Most importantly, we investigated why women are underrepresented in the realm of tech making with the explicit goal of being change agents and triggers of transformation both within our company and in the broader technology landscape.

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  1. August 7, 2017 at 6:47 pm

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