The article analyses the current state of ensuring gender equality and the development of information and communication technologies in Uzbekistan. There are given outline of the state strategy in these issues and the main achievements. The authors highlight the interdependence of the success of the ongoing economic reforms on the solution of gender problems. It is noted that the Internet has changed the nature of communication in society, including between men and women. The introduction of modern ICT achievements into wide practice ensures the expansion of the horizons of human communication and the emergence of new opportunities for economic employment. This circumstance carries both positive and negative aspects. Furthermore, in the article have been discussed the mechanisms of using modern information and communication technologies to address gender issues, including employment. The meaning of technology goes beyond the media, considering the Internet as an independent space. In conclusion, the authors offer a number of specific recommendations.
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Urazalieva, G.B. and Khudayberdieva, G.A.
"INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AS A FACTOR OF WOMAN EMPLOYMENT,"
Economics and Innovative Technologies: Vol. 2020
, Article 11.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/iqtisodiyot/vol2020/iss5/11