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Via a critical appropriation of ideas from cultural historical activity theory (CHAT), this paper addresses three shortcomings in adult learning theories: insufficient guidance regarding how to systematically analyze learning that occurs in everyday life; 2) absence of mechanisms for overcoming subject-object dualism; and 3) insufficient analytic consideration for collective subjects.

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Learning: A Processural Outcome of Human Activity

Via a critical appropriation of ideas from cultural historical activity theory (CHAT), this paper addresses three shortcomings in adult learning theories: insufficient guidance regarding how to systematically analyze learning that occurs in everyday life; 2) absence of mechanisms for overcoming subject-object dualism; and 3) insufficient analytic consideration for collective subjects.