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designers and writers. Over many years, several curricular and pedagogical challenges have presented themselves and, in part, the framing is an attempt to address such challenges. However, the framing principally engages with the major challenge of helping ‘make the invisible visible’. That is, given the pervasiveness and complexity of the
phenomenon of Technology (big ‘T’), is there a way of helping ‘see’ it more easily? It is hoped that this theoretical framing might be a valid contribution the development of ethical technological literacy. Critical
commentary is sought.
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