Zeros + Ones: Digital Women + the New Technoculture

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Fourth Estate, 1998 - Sex differences - 305 pages
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Plant presents an intelligent, provocative and accessible investigation of the intersection between women, feminism, machines and, in particular, information technology. She argues that the telecoms revolution is also a sexual revolution.

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Zeroes + ones: digital women + the new technoculture

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William Gibson, the author of Neuromancer (1984), calls this book "a brilliant and terrifically sustained cyberfeminist rant." Certainly it is a feminist rant, and it does deal with women's ... Read full review

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No doubt there's much more to be explored in the shifting borderlands between men, women and machines; but check here first for all the most interesting pointers... More: Read full review


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About the author (1998)

Sadie Plant is 33. She received her PhD from the University of Manchester and is the author of The Most Radical Gesture: The Situationalist International in a Postmodern Age. She has been a lecturer in Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham and Research Fellow at the University of Warwick.

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