Creating Space for Social Justice Education in an Era of Global and Neoliberal Capitalism: An Imperative for Adult Education

  • Mary V. Alfred Texas A&M University
Keywords: adult education, social justice, neoliberalism, revolutionary critical education

Author Biography

Mary V. Alfred, Texas A&M University
Mary V. Alfred, Ph.D. | Executive Associate Dean Professor, Adult Education and HRD Executive Director, Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy & Learning (TCALL) Editor, Adult Learning College of Education and Human Development | Texas A&M University

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Published
2016-03-17
Section
Reflections