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Learning About/For Sustainability as Contested Space: Contemporary Characterizations of Adult Education in the Sustainable Agriculture Movement
Adult Education Research Conference
  • Kim L. Niewolny, Virginia Tech
  • Nancy Grudens-Schuck, Iowa State University
  • Arthur L. Wilson, Cornell University
Abstract
We illustrate how various forms of adult education, and the interests they serve, help create spaces for learning in the sustainable agriculture movement as a neglected dimension of adult education research. Implications for further exploring the learning dimensions of social movements are discussed.
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Citation Information
Kim L. Niewolny, Nancy Grudens-Schuck and Arthur L. Wilson. "Learning About/For Sustainability as Contested Space: Contemporary Characterizations of Adult Education in the Sustainable Agriculture Movement" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nancy-grudens-schuck/4/