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This paper theorizes how the dynamics of class, gender, and race affect adult learning in nonformal and informal settings in four ways: formation of subjectivity, positionality/access to resources, curriculum, and interactions within and between organizations. It suggests directions for research and practice.

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Theorizing the Effects of Class, Gender, and Race on Adult Learning in Nonformal and Informal Settings

This paper theorizes how the dynamics of class, gender, and race affect adult learning in nonformal and informal settings in four ways: formation of subjectivity, positionality/access to resources, curriculum, and interactions within and between organizations. It suggests directions for research and practice.