Tuesday, June 24
4:00-4:30 PM
CEST
B1097

Perceptions of ICT: An Exploration of Gender Differences

Full Paper: Other ID: 41555
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    Lesley Gardner
    The University of Auckland Business School
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    Don Sheridan
    The University of Auckland Business School
  3. Xinzhuo Ella Tian
    The University of Auckland Business School

Abstract: This paper describes a study which addresses the aptitude and aspirations of both genders when choosing an information and communication technology (ICT) career. While it is widely understood why females do not choose ICT careers, we have observed that there are also differences between the genders in self-confidence when using ICT. As a consequence this paper fills a research gap by comparing both genders on their self-efficacy, their career aspirations and their external influences. We report findings that are both interesting and contra-indicatory.

Presider: Verona Leendertz, North-West University

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