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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 2, Number 4, 1 December 1999

EDITORIAL COMMENT
pp. v-vii(3)

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BECOMING A TECHNOLOGIST Days in a girl's life
pp. 399-418(20)
Author: Stepulevage, Linda

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CYBORGS OR GODDESSES? Becoming divine in a cyberfeminist age
pp. 419-438(20)
Author: Graham, Elaine

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GENDER IN THE DESIGN OF THE DIGITAL CITY OF AMSTERDAM
pp. 476-495(20)
Authors: Rommes, Els; Oost, Ellen Van; Oudshoorn, Nelly

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THE SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY OF GENDER-SWITCHING IN VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS ON THE INTERNET
pp. 521-540(20)
Authors: Roberts, Lynne D.; Parks, Malcolm R.

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WOMEN AND THE INTERNET The natural history of a research project
pp. 541-565(25)
Authors: Scott, Anne; Semmens, Lesley; Willoughby, Lynette

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UNDERSTANDING COMPUTER GAME CULTURES A situated approach
pp. 566-583(18)
Authors: Yates, Simeon J.; Littleton, Karen

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
pp. 584-586(3)

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