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      General system theory: Toward a conceptual framework for science and technology education for all

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      Journal of Science Education and Technology
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                Journal
                Journal of Science Education and Technology
                J Sci Educ Technol
                Springer Nature
                1059-0145
                1573-1839
                September 1993
                September 1993
                : 2
                : 3
                : 447-459
                Article
                10.1007/BF00694427
                2eb942e8-a8d1-4e94-a39a-b16c4736f7c2
                © 1993
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