Publication 6081

Turkle S. & Papert S. (1992) Epistemological pluralism and the revaluation of the concrete. Journal of Mathematical Behavior 11(1): 3–33. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6081
The concerns that fuel the discussion of women and computers are best served by talking about more than women and more than computers. Women’s access to science and engineering has historically been blocked by prejudice and discrimination. Here we address sources of exclusion determined not by rules that keep women out, but by ways of thinking that make them reluctant to join in. Our central thesis is that equal access to even the most basic elements of computation requires an epistemological pluralism, accepting the validity of multiple ways of knowing and thinking.

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