Gender, Technology and Development

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Gender, Technology and Development  
DisciplineGender Studies
Edited byJoy Clancy, Rebecca J Elmhirst and Yukari Sawada
Publication details
Publication history
1997-2016 (SAGE), 2017-present (T&F)
Standard abbreviations
Gend. Technol. Dev.
ISSN0971-8524 (print)
0973-0656 (web)

Gender, Technology and Development (GTD) is a double blind peer-reviewed journal that serves as a forum for exploring the linkages between gender relations, development and/or technological change.[1] The objective of the journal is to provide a platform for original research and theorizing on the shifting meanings of gender, as it relates to advances in science and technologies and/or to social, political, economic, and cultural change. In particular, the journal is interested in addressing these in the context of transnational phenomena and engaging in dialogues that cut across geographical boundaries.

It is published three times a year. The journal was founded in 1997 and until 2016 was published by SAGE Publications in association with the Gender and Development Studies program at the Asian Institute of Technology. Since 2017, the journal is published by Taylor and Francis Group,[2][3] also in association with the Asian Institute of Technology.[4]

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Abstracting and indexing[edit]

Gender, Technology and Development is abstracted and indexed in:


  1. ^ Taylor and Francis. "Gender, Technology and Development". Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  2. ^ "AIT's 'Gender, Technology and Development' journal completes two decades of impactful work | Asian Institute of Technology". Asian Institute of Technology. 2018-01-25. Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  3. ^ Kusakabe, Kyoko; Doneys, Philippe; Chatterjee, Joyee S. (2017). "Looking forward, looking back: Gender, Technology and Development in a changing world". Gender, Technology and Development. 21 (1–2): 1–4.
  4. ^ "Asian Institute of Technology | Bangkok, Thailand". Asian Institute of Technology. Retrieved 2018-03-28.

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