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Using narrative inquiry, this paper exemplifies the creation of practice stories, and the reflective practice that is embedded, that gives meaning to the place-based activism of community food system practitioners as a legitimate form of adult education. Implications for understanding and navigating ontological politics in practice are shared.

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Learning from Practice Stories & Reflective Practice: A Narrative Analysis of Community-based Activism by Community Food System Practitioners

Using narrative inquiry, this paper exemplifies the creation of practice stories, and the reflective practice that is embedded, that gives meaning to the place-based activism of community food system practitioners as a legitimate form of adult education. Implications for understanding and navigating ontological politics in practice are shared.