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[Link to latest version.][1] This syllabus links the social science with the STEM in SETI. The aim is to show how social science does SETI and how SETI is already often working with social science. In a SETI teaching context this syllabus is a resource for choosing texts to compliment astronomy or astrobiology courses. It can also be a foundation for SETI courses in social sciences, humanities, STS, and other fields. [1]:
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