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Gender Issues in Technology Education: A Quasi- Ethnographic Interview Approach

Gender Issues in Technology Education: A Quasi- Ethnographic Interview Approach

In 1999, my study of "Cross-Gender Interactions in Technology Education" was published in the Journal of Technology Education (Haynie, 1999). It reported survey findings on "how professionals in technology education feel about certain issues concerning cross-gender interaction in technology education and whether or not men and women differ on those issues" (p. 28). The study purported itself as an attempt to open a new line of inquiry and admitted that, taken alone, it was merely a beginning. My hope was that other researchers would follow that survey with studies of different designs to provide the triangulation required to draw supportable conclusions from qualitative research. I hoped that those researchers would be well versed in the techniques of qualitative research. This has not... Show More

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