Silent Technical Privilege

Philip Guo on silent technical privilege: it was easy for him to become a programmer between 18-28 because…nobody ever treated him as if he couldn’t. Guo thus highlights the cascade of micro-inequities driving “non-computer-types” out of STEM.  From Guo’s blog.

Published by Susan Davis

I teach in the Department of Communication at the University of Illinois.

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