ISSN 0260-1370 (Print); ISSN 1464-519X (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Political populism and adult education
Waller, Richard; Hodge, Steven; Holford, John; Milana, Marcella; Webb, Sue
Dr. Kenneth Lawson
Thomas, J. E.
Of cultural dissonance: the UK’s adult literacy policies and the creation of democratic learning spaces
Ade-Ojo, Gordon; Duckworth, Vicky
The ‘third age’ perspective: enrichment and informal modes of learning in an outdoor sketching group for older adults
Who benefits? What benefits? Part-time postgraduate study in health and human services
Shannon, Elizabeth Ann; Pearson, Sue; Quinn, Wendy; Macintyre, Kate
The challenges of undergraduate online learning experienced by older workers in career transition
Meyers, Christopher A.; Bagnall, Richard G.
Flowers of argument and engagement? Reconsidering critical perspectives on adult education and literate practices
Rediscovering the political dimension of the personal life story: results from an intergenerational narrative learning project with older adults in South Westphalia
Broecher, Joachim; Davis, Joyce H.; Painter, Janet F.
(In)validation and (mis)recognition in higher education: the experiences of students from refugee backgrounds
Mangan, Doireann; Winter, Laura Anne
Nonformal education and civil society in Japan
Bagnall, Richard G.
Documentary film festivals: transformative learning, community building and solidarity
Clover, Darlene E.
The power paradox: how we gain and lose influence