See for example: "Information technology and women's studies: reports from the field", Feminist Collections: A quarterly of Women's Studies Resources, Memorial Library, Madison, USA, May 1996; "Attitude or aptitude: what inhibits girls in the use of computers?", The Philadelphia Inquirer, /5/1996 <http://www.phillynews.com/tech.life/SHL09.htm>. It was noticeable that the girlfriends of the young Teeside men discussed here did not have the same access to technology as their partners - because it was owned and controlled by men - and did not participate in their activities.

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