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Although there has been a growing interest in participatory research and feministresearch as streams of social science inquiry, they remain largely peripheral toNorth American adult education research paradigms. This paper is based on the premisethat alternative epistemologies can enhance...
Though adults have long faced the experience of learning to function in new cultural contexts, very little is understood about the processes of this sort of learning. This paper approaches learning culture from the position that cultural knowledge is best understood in terms of situated...
Effective and responsive adult education programming requires a clear understanding of the characteristics, needs, and aspirations of program participants. This study investigated the factor stability and construct validity of Boshier's Educational Participation Scale (EPS), as part of a series...
In an article which questions the value of adult development theory to adult educators, Courtenay claims that the literature is ambiguous about the goals of development, misguidedly equates normalcy with growth and development with worthiness, and is unacceptably vague in its descriptions of the...
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