This paper by a professor at Oakland University in California discusses the method of teaching information privacy to students through speculative fiction. The paper provides four literary examples used, each with their own analysis and assignments, and concludes with the effectiveness of this method in the classroom.
The use of short speculative fiction in teaching about privacy
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