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Gendered spaces and digital discourse [electronic resource]: framing women's relationship with the Internet

The University of Texas at Austin
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  • Internet And Women United States
  • Internet Social Aspects United States
  • Technology And Women United States
  • Communication
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Copyright by Cindy Louise Royal 2005 The Dissertation Committee for Cindy Louise Royal certifies that this is the approved version of the following dissertation: Gendered Spaces and Digital Discourse: Framing Women’s Relationship with the Internet Committee: Charles Whitney, Co-Supervisor Dustin Harp, Co-Supervisor Mary Kearney Margaret Syverson Mark Tremayne Gendered Spaces and Digital Discourse: Framing Women’s Relationship with the Internet by Cindy Louise Royal, BSBA; MBA Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of The University of Texas at Austin in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy The University of Texas at Austin May, 2005 iv Acknowledgements I would like to acknowledge the members of my Dissertation Committee for their support, advice, and assistance throughout this process. My co-supervisor, Dr. Charles Whitney, who moved to Riverside, CA in 2004, proved that using electronic communication tools is just as effective as face-to-face communication. Thank you for your clear insight and quick response in the editing process. Dr. Dustin Harp, who was my co-supervisor in residence at Austin, provided much needed motivation to keep me on track with continued progress. Thank you for our regular meetings and discussions. Dr. Mary Kearney was a constant source of inspiration on topics regarding feminist discourse and qualitative analysis. I enjoyed our coffee meetings at Flight Path, which were both informative and fun. Dr. Margaret Syverson and Dr. Mark Tremayne added the necessary skills to round out my committee in the areas of technology theory. I appreciate Dr. Syverson continuing with this project while she was away on retreat at the Great Vow Zen Buddhist Monastery in Clatskanie,

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