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Women and Computer Games 20 Apr 2007
We have an image of computer gamers as spotty, adolescent boys isolated in their bedrooms but statistics show that more women play games online than men. So why is it that less than 20% of games developers are female? And what effects is this lack of representation having on the kinds of computer games that are being produced?

Miriam O'Reilly is joined by Emma Westecott - Games Research Fellow at the University of Wales, Newport and Aleks Krotoski, Technology Journalist.

Women in Games

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