Adult Education: A Search For The Learner Essay by Master Researcher

Adult Education: A Search For The Learner
Considers some of the theoretical perspectives that describe and explore the complexity of adult learning.
# 31827 | 1,525 words | 10 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 29, 2003 in Education (Adult Education)


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This paper has relied in many cases on feminist-informed theory, because feminism is concerned with groups who are oppressed by dominant majorities. In the case of adult learning, it is not unreasonable to identify these persons as a minority and so oppressed in the sense that their issues are not of concern to the mainstream public. The paper will follow with a review of some alternative notions of "learner" as a way to re-locate adult education perspectives in the contexts of feminist concerns for minority rights and the problems which face minority groups on a daily basis.

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