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This article discusses the benefits of using literature to teach ethics in science and technology curricula. This special issue of Configurations was published in conjunction with the Journal of Literature and Science as part of a multi-year, two-journal exploration of the intertwined roles of literature, science, art, and technology.

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Bibliographic information:
Hansen, Kathryn Strong. “Literature for Specific Purposes: A Literary Approach to Teaching Ethics in Science and Technology.” Configurations 26 (Summer 2018): pp. 337-343.

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"LITERATURE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES: A LITERARY APPROACH TO TEACHING ETHICS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY"