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 Kayla M Booth

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August 2016 ACM SIGMIS Database: the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems: Volume 47 Issue 3, August 2016
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One line of investigation in attempting to better understand the gender imbalance in the information technology (IT) field is to examine gender stereotypes about the skills and knowledge in the IT profession. A survey of 4046 university students in the United States was conducted to examine gender stereotypes held by ...
Keywords: ethnicity, gender stereotypes, it skills, race, careers, gender hegemony, individual differences theory of gender and it, intersectionality, gender, information technology, it workforce, stereotypes

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June 2016 SIGMIS-CPR '16: Proceedings of the 2016 ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computers and People Research
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This paper summarizes a poster which presents a segment of initial findings from a dissertation in progress entitled, Teens and Information Quality: An Intersectionality-Based Exploration of Youth and Their Information Behavior Surrounding Fitness Information and Social Media.
Keywords: fitness, health, information quality, qualitative methods, social media, youth

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June 2016 SIGMIS-CPR '16: Proceedings of the 2016 ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computers and People Research
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This paper is part of the SIGMIS CPR doctoral consortium, summarizing a dissertation in progress. This dissertation explores how youth, teenagers in particular, search for, evaluate, and create exercise and nutrition information they interact with via social media. This dissertation also employs an Intersectionality lens to examine the ways in ...
Keywords: fitness, health, information quality, qualitative methods, social media, youth

4 published by ACM
June 2015 SIGMIS-CPR '15: Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computers and People Research
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This paper summarizes a dissertation in progress that explores youth and information quality. The qualitative, interview-driven study employs an Intersectionality approach and is guided by Gasser et al.'s [3] youth-oriented information quality framework. This research is situated within a larger context of IS research examining the ways in which multiple ...
Keywords: health information, ict, information quality, intersectionality, social media, youth

5 published by ACM
May 2012 SIGMIS-CPR '12: Proceedings of the 50th annual conference on Computers and People Research
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Results of an examination of with-gender variation in gender stereotypes about the skills and knowledge in the IT profession demonstrates the value of applying an intersectionality perspective in the study of under represented groups in the IT field. Focusing on gender or ethnicity, alone, is insufficient to explain the under ...
Keywords: IT professional, IT skills, IT workforce, career choice, ethnicity, gender, gender stereotypes, individual differences, race

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February 2012 iConference '12: Proceedings of the 2012 iConference
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Results of an investigation of the effect of intersectionality on perceptions of university students about IT careers are presented. This analysis deepens the discussion began at the 2011 iConference by presenting an examination of responses of African American males and females on the topic of gender norms and stereotypes about ...
Keywords: IT, IT skills, careers, intersectionality, gender, IT workforce, stereotypes, ethnicity, individual differences, race



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