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Gender, Technology and Development

Call for Papers

An international, refereed journal, Gender, Technology and Development serves as a forum for exploring the linkages between gender relations, development and/or technological change. The objective of the journal is to provide a platform for original research and theorizing on the shifting meanings of gender, as it relates to advances in science and technologies and/or to social, political, economic, and cultural change. In particular, the journal is interested in addressing these in the context of transnational phenomena and engaging in dialogues that cut across geographical boundaries. 

Multi-disciplinary in nature, the journal aims to bring together and encourage evidence-driven discussions and knowledge sharing between researchers, practitioners and policy makers. As such it welcomes original empirically-based (both qualitative and quantitative) research papers but also encourages new theoretical contributions and critical reflection papers that engage with the theoretical and research literature on gender and development and/or science and technologies (understood in the broadest sense), and open new areas of inquiries. In addition to articles from individuals or collectives, the journal publishes book reviews. Submissions from the Global South are especially encouraged.

Gender, Technology and Development

Table of Contents for Gender, Technology and Development. List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Submission guidelines

You can read the full instructions for authors before submitting online via Editorial Manager®.

Editorial Information

 
  • Co-Editor: Joy Clancy, University of Twente, Netherlands
  • Co-Editor: Yukari Sawada, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
  • Co-Editor: Rebecca J. Elmhirst, University of Brighton, UK
 

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