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This paper examines how differences in positionality of the three co-authors (as a white man, a white woman, and an African-American woman) informs both the theorizing and the differences in practice of education for critical consciousness in adult higher education settings.

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The Role of Positionality in Teaching for Critical Consciousness: Implications for Adult Education

This paper examines how differences in positionality of the three co-authors (as a white man, a white woman, and an African-American woman) informs both the theorizing and the differences in practice of education for critical consciousness in adult higher education settings.