A selection of research publications on media and technology by gender researchers from Norway - published 1996-2006. Published research with gender perspective dated after 2006 can be found at Kilden.
Arntsen, H. (1998 ). You've come a long way, baby? : some questions of gender representation in Zimbabwean women's magazines. In R. Waldahl (ed.), Perspectives on media, culture and democracy in Zimbabwe). Oslo: Department of media and communication.
Berg, A.-J. (1996). Digital feminism. Dragvoll: Centre for Technology and Society, NTNU.
Brandth, B., & Haugen, M. S. (2000). From lumberjack to business manager: masculinity in the Norwegian forestry press. Journal of Rural Studies, 16(3), 343-355.
Corneliussen, H. (2004). "I don't understand computer programming, because I'm a woman!": Negotiating gendered positions in a Norwegian discourse of computing. In K. Morgan, C. A. Brebbia & D. Almorza (eds.), Human Perspectives in the Internet Society: Culture, Psychology, and Gender pp. 173-182). Southampton: WIT Press.
Feminism 2000: biology, technology, politics : conference report (2000). Haukanes, H. (Ed.). Bergen: Centre for Women's and Gender Research, University of Bergen.
Gansmo, H. J. (2004). Towards a happy ending for girls and computing? Trondheim: Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Faculty of Arts, Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Gansmo, H. J., Nordli, H., & Sørensen, K. H. (2003). The gender game : a study of Norwegian computer game designers. Trondheim: Senter for teknologi og samfunn, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet.
Håpnes, T., & Rasmussen, B. (2003). Gendering Technology. In M. Lie (ed.), He, She and IT Revisited - New Perspectives on Gender in the Information Society pp. 173-197). Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk.
Johannessen, J. (2006). Gender, media and development : the role of the media in the cultural struggle of gender transformation in Tanzania. Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, Department of Sociology and Political Science.
Johannessen, J. (2006). Gender, media and development: the role of the media in the cultural struggle of gender transformation in Tanzania (Vol. 2006:52). Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, Department of Sociology and Political Science.
Lagesen, V. A. (2005). Extreme make-over?: the making of gender and computer science (Vol. 2005:67). Trondheim: Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Faculty of Arts, Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Lie, M. (1997). Technology and gender versus technology and work : social work and computers. Acta sociologica, 40(2), 123-141.
Lie, M. (1998). Computer dialogues: technology, gender and change (Vol. 2/98). Dragvoll: Senter for kvinneforskning, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet.
Lie, M. (2002). Science as father? Sex and gender in the age of reproductive technologies. European Journal of Women's Studies, 9(4), 381-399.
Lie, M., & Corneliussen, H. (2003). He, she and IT revisited : new perspectives on gender in the information society. Oslo: Gyldendal akademisk.
Lie, M., & Sørensen, K. H. (1996). Making technology our own? : domesticating technology into everyday life. Oslo ; Stockholm: Scandinavian Univ. Press.
Ling, R., & Thrane, K. (2002). Age and gender as determinants of broadband acceptance : the case of interactive media use in Stavanger, Norway. Fornebu: Telenor R&D.
Lippe, G. v. d. (2002). Media Image: Sport, Gender and National Identities in Five European Countries. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 37(3-4), 371-394.
Nordli, H. (1998). From "Spice Girls" to cyber girls? : the role of educational strategies in the construction of computer-enthusiastic girls in Norway. Trondheim: Senter for teknologi og samfunn, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet.
Nordli, H. (2002). The gathering : computer parties as means for gender inclusion. Trondheim: Senter for teknologi og samfunn, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet.
Nordli, H. (2003). The net is not enough : searching for the female hacker. Trondheim: Institutt for sosiologi og statsvitenskap, Fakultet for samfunnsvitenskap og teknologiledelse, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet.
Oudshoorn, N., Saetnan, A. R., & Lie, M. (2002). Oil gender and things: Reflections on an exhibition on gendered artifacts. Womens Studies International Forum, 25(4), 471-483.
Schubart, R., & Gjelsvik, A. (2004). Femme fatalities : representations of strong women in the media. Göteborg: Nordic Information Centre for Media and Communication Research (NORDICOM).
Sætnan, A. R. (1996). Ultrasonic discourse - Contested meanings of gender and technology in the Norwegian ultrasound screening debate. European Journal of Women's Studies, 3(1), 55-.
Sørensen, K. H., & Stewart, J. (2002). Digital divides and inclusion measures: a review of literature and statistical trends on gender and ICT. Trondheim: Senter for teknologi og samfunn, Institutt for tverrfaglige kulturstudier, NTNU.
Traeen, B., Nilsen, T. S., & Stigum, H. (2006). Use of pornography in traditional media and on the Internet in Norway. Journal of Sex Research, 43(3), 245-254.
Aasebo, T. S. (2005). Television as a marker of boys' construction of growing up. Young : Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 13(2), 185-203.