Gender, Information Technology, and Health
This book explores the intricate relations of gender, health, and information technology in the context of factory work and a globalized economy. Providing rich theoretical explanations to gender, health, and information technology, it shows the impact of a globalized economy on the everyday lives of women workers in a selected manufacturing sector.
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