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Technological fix

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Technological fix

A technological fix or technical fix refers to the attempt of using engineering or technology to solve a problem.[1][2][3][4][5] Designing automobiles to protect fallible drivers provides one example.

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  1. ^ Cook, Stephen P. The Worldview Literacy Book Parthenon Books 2009. Excerpt at
  2. ^ Huesemann, Michael H., and Joyce A. Huesemann (2011). Technofix: Why Technology Won’t Save Us or the Environment, New Society Publishers, Gabriola Island, British Columbia, Canada, ISBN 0865717044, 464 pp.
  3. ^ Mack, E. Pamela. The Technological Fix. 2005. 9 September 2005
  4. ^ Volti, Rudi Society and Technological Change. 2006.
  5. ^ Teich, Albert H. Technology and The Future. 10th Edition. 2006 (Note: A collection of Essays)
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