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This article examines two attempts to racialize criticality in adult education from an African American perspective. The first framework is second-generation critical theory, in which African American intellectuals reframe criticality as the awareness of a need for struggle against systemic...
Much learning in adulthood is informal, social in nature, and firmly embedded in the life context of the learner. It takes place in social groups engaged in a common practice. One model for considering the learning that takes place in social groups is Wenger's notion of communities of practice....
This study presents a practical application of photography and drawing to a qualitative study on community building and leadership in a South African settlement. The article describes how the researcher and participants used visual data that the participants in the study produced for a...
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