Making Space: Merging Theory and Practice in Adult Education

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around the themes of positionality or difference; identity as shifting; the construction of knowledge, voice, and authority; are what distinguish it from other approaches to teaching and learning. But it is these insights that offer new possibilities for the continued development of a theory and practice of emancipatory adult education. It is these insights that will contribute to helping the field to constantly shift its identity to meet the needs of constantly changing times.


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