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Volume 36, Number 4, 4 July 2017

Political populism and adult education
pp. 383-386(4)
Authors: Waller, Richard; Hodge, Steven; Holford, John; Milana, Marcella; Webb, Sue

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Dr. Kenneth Lawson
pp. 387-387(1)
Author: Thomas, J. E.

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Who benefits? What benefits? Part-time postgraduate study in health and human services
pp. 422-441(20)
Authors: Shannon, Elizabeth Ann; Pearson, Sue; Quinn, Wendy; Macintyre, Kate

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The challenges of undergraduate online learning experienced by older workers in career transition
pp. 442-457(16)
Authors: Meyers, Christopher A.; Bagnall, Richard G.

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Nonformal education and civil society in Japan
pp. 503-504(2)
Author: Bagnall, Richard G.

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The power paradox: how we gain and lose influence
pp. 506-508(3)
Author: Perry, Chad

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