The examined life: women's liberatory learning within a locked-in society
Using Freirian methods a humanities model programme of education was conducted for women incarcerated in prison. This paper reports the findings of the project, indicating how the women assumed ownership of their learning, engaged in critical thought and became liberated whilst still in prison. It offers highlights of the way women learned and indicates how some continued to engage in formal learning.
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