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From Hamburg to Belem: the limits of technocratic thinking in adult learning education

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This article discusses some of the generalized analyses of adult learning education, mostly informed by technocratic thinking, highlighting perceived trends in adult learning education between CONFINTEA V and CONFITEA VI. Those trends could be understood as challenges. Employing a political sociology of adult learning education as a critique of instrumental reason is advanced.
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Keywords: CONFINTEA; adult learning education; instrumental reason; political sociology of education; technocratic thinking

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), USA

Publication date: January 2, 2015

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