This book, Gender and Social Computing: Interactions, Differences and Relationships, provides an overview of the major questions that researchers and practitioners are addressing at this time, outlining possible future directions for theory development and empirical research on gender and computing. In doing so, this volume contributes toward closing the gap between the public growing interest in gender and computing and the relative scarcity of texts on this topic.

The book focuses on three areas of research on gender and computing, (1) gender and computing in the work arena, (2) gender and computing in cyberspace, and, (3) gender in eDating.