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As we are identified by others, and constitute our own identities in the course of a lifetime’s interactions, part of the process is invariably gendering. Ineluctably, technology enters into our gendered identities. Since their inception in the Renaissance, modern science and technology have been deployed symbolically by men, the active sex in this project, as masculine. This holds true for many periods and many technologies. Francis Bacon called his fellow sixteenth-century scientists to ‘penetrate the secrets of Nature’ in inaugurating with him ‘the truly masculine birth of time’ (Farrington 1970).
The other two shortcomings in the approach can, I believe, be encapsulated as follows. First, there is a lack of concern with subjectivity, which leads to a neglect of the way technology (particularly as knowledge and process) enters into our gender identity. Second, there is an incomplete representation of the historical dimensions of power, so that we cannot explain what we see with our eyes every day: that men as a sex dominate women as a sex, a relation in which technology is implicated. Indeed, it is only by tackling these two issues that we can explain the first—women’s relative absence from the processes of design and development of technology.
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