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This article discusses how two welfare education programs construct workforce success. Discourse about success in these programs falls into two basic camps: an individual-based selfmotivation perspective and an external, structural, socioeconomic perspective. Although the individualistic...
Traditional ecological knowledge is a potentially powerful medium in which to teach environmental education and has the potential for influencing transformative learning. Although many educators agree that one of the focuses of environmental education is adult transformation, this has not been...
This study explores the potential of critical transformative learning for revitalizing citizen action, particularly action toward a sustainable society. Through an action research process with 14 university extension participants, it was found that a dialectic of transformative and restorative...
This article critiques the predominantly Eurocentric and phallocentric focus of Rachal’s “A Symposium,” recently published in Adult Education Quarterly. It is argued that Rachal constructs a dialogue that privileges a philosophical canon whose continued legitimacy is being challenged both in...
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