Possible Worlds in Impossible Spaces: Knowledge, Globality, Gender and Information Technology in the Philippines

A pioneering work that shows how we can think about information technology, or IT. Illuminates two relatively new worlds in Philippine society: one refers to technological spheres where women participate in; the other one hosts global-local technological encounters. The existence of “possible worlds” in an “impossible space,” or heterotopia, likewise gains a special meaning when creativity and ingenuity in Philippine IT prosper despite lack of state-regulated policy and implementation mechanisms.

Published in 2006.

₱480.00
Author: 
Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu
Weight: 
0.484 kg
ISBN: 
978-971-550-497-3
Imprint: 
AUP Imprint
Language: 
English