“Social Learning” for/in Adult Education? A Discursive Review of What it Means for Learning to be “Social”

Publication Year:
2009
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Repository URL:
https://newprairiepress.org/aerc/2009/papers/45
Author(s):
Niewolny, Kim L.; Wilson, Arthur L.
Tags:
Adult and Continuing Education Administration; Education
article description
Our paper reports on a critical discourse analysis of “social learning” in the literature. We not only emphasize the kinds of investigations that have focused on social forms of adult learning but exemplify what it means for learning to be “social” in the field of adult education.