Gender HCI

Gender HCI is one of the subtopics of HCI. As a field it is deeply researched in 2004 by Laura Beckwith (a PhD candidate at Oregon State University) who also named the term. Gender HCI basically examines how the differences between genders reflect in software or hardware interactions. Since it is a subcategory of HCI, Gender HCI is highly related to all the fields which are related to HCI itself. Gender HCI is a new field and its formation is not over yet.


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