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Listing of citations and references African Women and ICTs: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment (To March 14, 2013) These are presented in 4 sections A) journals and reports etc., B) nonpublished academic documents, C) other documents, D) websites and E) library availability. ___________________________

A) Citations in published articles, journals, reports etc. (36 citations) Asiedu, Christobel. 2011. “Information Communication Technologies for Gender and Development: A Review of the Literature.” Information, Communication & Society: 1–31. Bosch, Tanja. 2011. “African Feminist Media Studies.” Feminist Media Studies 11(1): 27–33. Buskens, I. 2010. “Agency and Reflexivity in ICT4D Research: Questioning Women’s Options, Poverty, and Human Development.” Information Technologies & International Development 6 (Special Edition): 19–24. Chew, H.E., P. V. Ilavarasan, and M.R. Levey. 2010. “The Economic Impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) on Microenterprises in the Context of Development.” Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries 44(4): 1–19. Clover, Darlene E. and Vivian Smith. 2010. “Connected Understandings: Women, Gender and Education: Proceedings of the 2010 Canadian Association for the Study of Women and Education.” In Canadian Association for the Study of Women and Education. Development Assistance Committee. 2009. Draft Policy Guidance on Donor Support for Empowerment Processes Underpinning Pro-Poor Growth. Paris: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Geldof, Marije. 2011. “Earphones are not for Women: Gendered ICT Use Among Youths in Ethiopia and Malawi.” Information Technologies & International Development 7(4): 69–80. Gordon, D.K. 2009. “A Review of ‘African Women and ICTs’.” International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology 1(1): 171–173. Guntuku, D. et al. 2011. “A Theoretical Framework for Rural Knowledge Centers.” USChina Education Review A(4): 1–9.


Humer, Petra. 2011. “Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien als Instrumente für Women’s Empowerment.” Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie 36(3): 49–58. Irving, C.J., and L.M. English. 2010. “Women’s Ways of E-Learning: Informal Learning With Feminist Organisations Online.” In Connected Understandings: Women, Gender and Education, Concordia University, Montreal: Canadian Association for the Study of Women and Education. Irving, Catherine J, and Leona M English. 2011. “Community in Cyberspace: Gender, Social Movement Learning, and the Internet.” Adult Education Quarterly 61(3): 262–278. Jacobsen, Joyce. 2011. “The Role of Technological Change in Increasing Gender Equity with a Focus on Information and Communications Technology.” Allbriton Centre for the Study of Public Life (CSPL) Working Paper Series, Wesleyan University 1(1). Keifer-Boyd, Karen. 2011. “African Women & ICTs: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment.” Journal of International Women’s Studies 12(1): 212–217. Kevane, Michael. 2012. “Gendered production and consumption in rural Africa.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109(31): 12350–12355. Kinnear, Karen L. 2011. Women in Developing Countries: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, LLC. Madanda, A., D. Okello, and G. Bantebya-Kyomuhendo. 2009. “A Gender Critique of Uganda’s Rural ICT Access Policy: Opportunities and Challenges.” International Journal of Computing and ICT Research 3(1, Special Issue): 42–52. Mansell, R., and G. Tremblay. (2013) Renewing the Knowledge Societies Vision: Towards Knowledge Societies for Peace and Sustainable Development. WSIS+10 Conference. UNESCO, Paris, France. Mário, Tomás Vieira. 2011. Assessment of Media Development in Mozambique: Based on UNESCO’s Media Development Indicators. UNESCO. Mayers, Mary. 2009. “Radio, Convergence and Development in Africa: Gender as a Cross-Cutting Issue.” In Roundtable Discussion on Research Agenda, Butare, Rwanda: IDRC. McNicoll, Kathryn. 2010. “African Women and ICTs: Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment.” Development in Practice 20(7): 902–904. “Nouvellement sortie: African Women and ICTs - Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment.” 2009. AILA Africa ReN Newsletter 3(1), p. 12.


Oleksy, Wieslaw, Edyta Just and Kaja Zapedowska-Kling. 2012. “Gender issues in information and communication technologies (ICTs).” Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society 10(2): 107–120. Porter, Gina. 2012. “Mobile Phones, Livelihoods and the Poor in Sub‐Saharan Africa: Review and Prospect.” Geography Compass 6(5): 241–259. Samant, Deepti, Rebecca Matter and Mark Harniss. 2012. “Realizing the potential of accessible ICTs in developing countries.” (Accessed March 4, 2013). Servant, Jean-Christophe. 2010. “Gagnants et perdants de la ruée vers l’Afrique." Manière de voir 2 (2010): 89-89.” Maniere de voir/Le Monde Diplomatique (2): 89. Simon, Sandrine. 2011. “Using ICTs to Explore Moroccan Women’s Ideas about Their Emancipation.” Gender, Technology and Development 15(2): 301–317. Skalli, L.H. 2011. “Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures Online.” Spence, Nancy. 2010. “Gender, ICTs, Human Development, and Prosperity.” 6(Special Edition): 69–73. Sterling, Revi. 2011. “Book Review.” Information Technologies & International Development 7(1). Uteng, Tanu Priya. 2012. “Gender and Mobility in the Developing World: World Development Report 2012, Background Paper.” (Accessed March 4, 2013). Vendramin, Patricia. 2011. “TIC et genre : des regards multiples.” tic&société 5(1). (Accessed February 22, 2012). Walsham, Geoff. 2012. “Are we making a better world with ICTs? Reflections on a future agenda for the IS field.” Journal of Information Technology 27(2): 87–93. Walton, Oliver. 2010. 10 Helpdesk Research Report: New ICTs for Development. Birmingham, UK: Governance and Social Development Resource Centre, University of Birmingham. Webb, Anne. 2012. “ICT in a gender inequality context” ICT Update, a current awareness bulletin for ACP agriculture, Issue no. 68.” (Accessed March 14, 2013). 3

Women In Cities International, and Jagori. 2010. “Third International Conference on Women’s Safety: Building Inclusive Cities (Conference Background Paper).” Zelezny-Green, R. n.d. “The Potential Impact of Mobile-assisted Language Learning on Women and Girls in Africa: A Brief Literature Review.” In ICT for Language Learning,,Zelezny,Green.pdf _________________________________________________

B) Non-published Academic documents (eg. MA PhD dissertations) Bailey, Arlene and Ojelanki Ngwenyama. 0. (2013) “Toward entrepreneurial behaviour in underserved communities: An ethnographic decision tree model of telecenter usage.” Information Technology for Development January: 1–19. Gurumurthy, A., L. McLaughlin, and J. Madhavi. 2012. “Labouring women, enterprising States – A research study on women, information technology and narratives of entrepreneurship.” Draft: Not to be cited. %20website.pdf (Accessed March 4, 2013). Nkwi, Walter Gam, and Faculteit der Letteren. 2011. “Kfaang and its technologies : towards a social history of mobility in Kom, Cameroon, 1928-1998.” Doctoral thesis. (Accessed March 13, 2013). Palmieri, Joelle. 2011. “Genre et Societe Numberique Colonialitaire: Effects Politiques des Ussages de L’internet pare des Organizations de Femmes ou Feministes en Context de Domination Masculine et Colonialtitaire: Les Cas de L’Afrique du Sud et du Senegal.” Doctoral Dissertation, Political Science. Universite De Bordeaux. (Accessed March 4, 2013). Pascall, Athanacia N. 2012. “Engendering Technology Empowering Women.” Tilburg University. (Accessed March 14, 2013). Ruhode, Estery. 2011. “ICTs for empowering women in smes in the Cape Metropolitan Area, Western Cape.” Thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the Master of Technology: Business Information Systems in the Faculty of Business at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

4 %20for%20empowering%20women%20in%20smes%20in%20the%20cma %20wc.pdf (Accessed March 4, 2013). ________________________________________

C) Other documents Albright, K. 2011. “Issues in Information and Communication in Sub-Saharan Africa, Graduate course in College of Mass Communication and Information Library Studies.” Dileepkumar, G., and et. al. n.d. “Towards a Framework for Planning and Designing of Rural Knowledge Centres.” Jackson, Carl, and et. al. 2009. “Use of Social Media to Share Knowledge on Agricultural Impact, Planning, Assessment and Learning (IPAL).” (Accessed March 14, 2013). Madanda, A., D. Okello, and G. Bantebya-Kyomuhendo. 2009. “A Gender Critique of Uganda’s Rural ICT Access Policy: Opportunities and Challenges.” In Strengthening the Role of ICT in Development, Special Topics in Computing and ICT Research, Kampala: Fountain Publishers, p. 213–227. Morbey, M. et al. n.d. “Problematics of the Uganda National Museum Engaging Web 2.0.” (Accessed March 14, 2013). Powell, Mike. n.d. “Information Ecosystems and International Development.” (Accessed March 14, 2013). __________________________________________

D) Websites etc. (there are numerous websites the following is a sample) “A book on ‘African Women and ICTs’ Investigating Technology, Gender and Empowerment | e-Agriculture.” (Accessed March 4, 2013). “Digital Storytelling and Self Healing of Women Survivors of Violence : Evidence from Pakistan | Qaisar Khalid Mahmood -”


omen_Surviors_of_Violence_Evidence_from_Pakistan (Accessed March 4, 2013). “ICTlogy » ICT4D Blog (page 24).” p=dcenrjgrukmttaz&lang=ca (Accessed March 4, 2013). “Infusing Gender into ICT4D.” (Accessed March 4, 2013). “Women in ICT | UNITeS CISCO.” (Accessed March 4, 2013). _________________________________________________

E) Book availability in libraries The “” indicates that the English edition of the book is currently available in 561 libraries and the French edition is available in 32 in libraries around the world. It appears that many of these are “electronic books.” These can be searched and located using the following web sites. To find all locations, once must indicate one’s location. English edition in libraries: start_holding=559&loc=K1A0A1+Ottawa%2C+ON&tab=holdings#tabs French edition in libraries:


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