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Title:Book Review: Disrupting Adult and Community Education: Teaching, Learning, and Working in the Periphery
Author(s):Lutomia, Anne.N
Subject(s):Book Review
Geographic Coverage:Global
Abstract:Mizzi, R. C., Rocco, T. S., & Shore, S. (Eds.). (2016). Disrupting Adult and Community Education: Teaching, Learning and Working in the Periphery. Albany, NY: SUNY Press 352pp., $90.00 (hardcover). Disrupting Adult and Community Education: Teaching, Learning, and Working in the Periphery offers a timely and important critique of neoliberal and globalizing premises as they situate adult and community education at local, national, and transnational levels. The editors’ assemblage of a global array of established and emerging adult learning scholars launches a critically interdisciplinary challenge to the normative current framings in adult and community education scholarship. Particularly through case studies—of educators and prisoners, sex workers, artisans, micro-entrepreneurs, Aboriginal and Indigenous people, immigrants, and those who contest normative sexual and gender relations—the collected chapters expose and r-econtextualize those prevailing normative assumptions.
Issue Date:2017-10-04
Publisher:Adult Education Quarterly, Sage
Citation Info:Lutomia, A. N. (2017). Book Review: Disrupting Adult and Community Education: Teaching, Learning, and Working in the Periphery, by Mizzi, RC, Rocco, TS, & Shore, S.(Eds.).
Series/Report:Adult Education Quarterly 1 –2
Genre:Book Review
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/98518
DOI:doi/10.1177/0741713617734549
Date Available in IDEALS:2017-11-06


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