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Introduction: Data-Driven Democracy?
Social Assessment of Educational Computing
I. Discursive Practices: Who Speaks of Computing, and How?
1. The Mythic Machine: Gendered Irrationalities and Computer Culture
2. The Everyday Aesthetics of Computer Education
Anthony P. Scott
3 Telling Tales Out of School: Modernist, Critical, and Postmodern "True Stories" About Educational Computing
Mary Bryson and Suzanne de Castell
4. Computer Advertising and the Construction of Gender
II. Classroom Practices: Pedagogy and Power in Action
5. "I Like Computers, but Many Girls Don't": Gender and the Sociocultural Context of Computing
Brad R. Huber and Janet Ward Schofield
6. "You Don't Have To Be A Teacher To Teach This Unit": Teaching, Technology, and Control in the Classroom
Michael W. Apple and Susan Jungck
III. Democratic Possibilities: When Does Technology Empower?
7. Control and Power in Educational Computing
Peter H. Kahn, Jr. and Batya Friedman
8. Using Computers to Connect Across Cultural Divides
Brigid A. Starkey
9. Learning to Exercise Power: Computers and Community Development
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