On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia

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Abstract

The Saudi female population, which is characterised as sheltered, hard-to-reach and conservative, is arousing good interest globally (and nationally). Therefore, a review of literature on emerging issues surrounding Saudi female experience is timely. This article, in the form of a literature review, provides a background to and justification for a forthcoming study, which will examine how technology-facilitated communication has shaped the social–cultural pattern of Saudi female experience within academia.

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See: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0160791X11000066

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