New Frontiers in Technological Literacy: Breaking with the Past

Conceptualizing Technological Literacy Technological Literacy as a Creative Process of Becoming OtherEssentialism and ClassificationConventional Thought on the Concept of a WholeThe Concept of AssemblagesThe Anatomy of an AssemblageBecoming Technologically LiterateSpeculative Multidimensional Time-Line ThinkingSome Perspectives Involved in Speculative Multidimensional Time-Line ThinkingThe Need for a Paradigm Shift toward the Creation of an Avant-Garde PedagogyReferencesPostliterate MachineriesMachineriesLiteraciesPostliterate MachineriesNotesThe Hidden Voice of YouthTechnology and Technology Education. Perspectives from a Young PersonIssues Relating to DemocracyTechnological Literacy and Digital DemocracyGlobalizationTechnology EducationRecent Trends in Technology EducationDigital Communication TechnologiesDigital DemocracyThe Grounding of the RelationshipConclusionReferencesGender and TechnologyReenvisioning Our Knowledge Tradition. From GenderBlind to GenderAwareDualistic Delusions of GenderGendered Philosophy of Science (and Technology)Invisible Women in Science and TechnologyConclusionReferencesNotesSustainability Eco- Technological Literacy for ResiliencyProgress and Its Long-Term CostToward an Understanding of Our Human PredicamentConclusionReferencesTechnological Literacy in ChinaA Chinese Perspective on Technological LiteracyBackground: Literacy in ChinaPhilosophy and Technics in Premodern ChinaPhilosophy and Technology in Modern ChinaConclusionAcknowledgmentsReferencesEducation and the Concept of Technological LiteracyEnabling Both Reflection and Action. A Challenge Facing Technology EducationJustifying Reflection and Action at a Time of UncertaintyPedagogy for Reflection and ActionConsidering Design Decisions as the Basis for Design and Make ActivitiesDesigning without Making in Response to New and Emerging TechnologiesUnderstanding Impact beyond Intended BenefitRecent Developments in England in Response to the Curriculum RevisionDiscussionConclusionReferencesFrom Cybereducation to Cyberactivism. Can Cyberliteracy Transform the Public Sphere?CybereducationCyberscienceCyberactivismConclusionAcknowledgmentNoteReferencesTechnological Literacy in the WorkplaceSituating Technological Literacy in the WorkplaceGenetic Literacy. Scientific Input as a Precondition for Personal Judgment?Rendering the Public SpeechlessThe Genetic Mutation of the ListenersThe Popular GeneConclusionNotesReferences
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