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Getting some terminologies straight

Loosely, a Social Technology is a product of the academic discipline Social Technology, which teaches both the new generation of social technologists (teachers and researchers) but also social technicians, who do the actual work. Similarly a physician is taught by both physiologists
(in part) and by other physicians. There are only a handful of courses in Social Technology at universities. Continue reading

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