|Women Encounter Technology: Changing Patterns of Employment in the Third World (UNU, 1995, 356 pages)|
|4. Conflicting demands of new technology and household work|
Women's work in Brazilian and Argentinian textiles
It is not enough to rely on the development process itself to diminish male bias. The development process acts in multifarious ways on male bias: reinforcing some forms of the subordination of women, decomposing other forms and recomposing yet new forms.
Diane Elson (1991, p. 25)