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In this paperwe turn to the scholarship and grassroots educational, social, and cultural work of John Ohliger to suggest that his politics of adult education provide useful insights for revitalizing adult education in neoliberal times when lifelong learning is advanced as the more desirable commodity.

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May 28th, 9:51 AM

Adult Education as Social Education Revisited: The Contribution of John Ohliger

In this paperwe turn to the scholarship and grassroots educational, social, and cultural work of John Ohliger to suggest that his politics of adult education provide useful insights for revitalizing adult education in neoliberal times when lifelong learning is advanced as the more desirable commodity.