Creating identities of dependency: adult education as a knowledge-power regime
This paper presents the argument that the rhetoric of lifelong learning and the learning society are really a disguise for the exercise of power. It suggests that adult educators in creating dependency through the exercise of knowledge-power regimes contribute directly to forming cultural identities that support dominant relations of power.
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