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This article discusses the meaning of digital citizenship and aims to outline a framework for an education that wants to develop it. The hypothesis is that two ages can be identified in the historical definition of the concept and that today there is a conceptual gap in this regard. With tools borrowed from media archeology and theories of technical innovation, the article moves on a theoretical level by discussing this hypothesis and coming to outline a first draft of the framework.
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