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Do Internet Employment Practices Encourage Gender Bias: A Study of the Effects of Corporate Culture on Career Advancement Opportunities for Women in the Field of ICT
Computer Science & Information Technology Faculty Publications
  • Andra Gumbus, Sacred Heart University
  • Frances Grodzinsky, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
1-1-2004
Abstract
Women as individuals experience subtle discrimination regarding career development opportunities as evidenced by research on the Glass Ceiling. This paper looks at the ramifications of technology, specifically the Internet, and how it affects women's career opportunities. Some questions explored are: Are women less likely to use technology in their career development initiatives? How has the Glass Ceiling impacted women in the technology field? How has computer technology impacted networking as a career strategy? Are women adversely affected by the use of the Internet in securing employment? Does the use of Internet recruiting and paperless HR departments adversely impact women as candidates? Is the hierarchical male power structure maintained by the increased use of technology by corporate recruiters and other hiring managers?
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Originally published:

Grodzinsky F, Gumbus A, “Do Internet Employment Practices Encourage Gender Bias: A study of the effects of corporate culture on career advancement opportunities for women in the field of ICT.” ETHICOMP Proceedings, 2004, University of the Aegean, Syros Greece.

Citation Information
Andra Gumbus and Frances Grodzinsky. "Do Internet Employment Practices Encourage Gender Bias: A Study of the Effects of Corporate Culture on Career Advancement Opportunities for Women in the Field of ICT" (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andra_gumbus/25/