|Foreword by Phyllis M. Cunningham||xi|
|I.Deconstructing Exclusion and Inclusion in Adult Education||1|
|1. Opening the Gates: Reflections on Power, Hegemony, Language, and the Status Quo ||3|
|Peggy A. Sissel and Vanessa Sheared|
|2. Incorporating Postmodernist Perspectives into Adult Education ||15|
|David F. Hemphill|
|3. Challenging Adult Learning: A Feminist Perspective ||29|
|Daniele D. Flannery and Elisabeth Hayes|
|4. Talking about Whiteness: “Adult Learning Principles” and the Invisible Norm ||42|
|5. An Invisible Presence, Silenced Voices: African Americans in the Adult Education Professoriate ||57|
|Sherwood E. Smith and Scipio A. J. Colin III|
|II.History Revisited and Claimed||71|
|6. The African-American Market Woman: Her Past, Our Future ||73|
|Cheryl A. Smith|
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Book title: Making Space:Merging Theory and Practice in Adult Education.
Contributors: Vanessa Sheared - Author, Peggy A. Sissel - Author, Phyllis M. Cunningham - Author.
Publisher: Bergin and Garvey.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2001.
Page number: vii.
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