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This paper explores the potential of participatory media education to engage socioeconomically disadvantaged adults in learning and social justice by comparing two experiences of offering courses in Chicago and Philadelphia.

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A Comparative Perspective on Community Access to Digital Media and Technologies: Chicago and Philadelphia

This paper explores the potential of participatory media education to engage socioeconomically disadvantaged adults in learning and social justice by comparing two experiences of offering courses in Chicago and Philadelphia.