Alberta Journal of Educational Research

The Alberta Journal of Educational Research (AJER) is a quarterly journal, published in Canada, devoted to the dissemination, criticism, interpretation, and encouragement of all forms of systematic enquiry into education and fields related to or associated with education.

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Vol 64, No 2 (2018): Summer 2018

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Adult Education and Post-Secondary Institutions Theme Issue

Guest Editors: Jorge Sousa, Daniel Schugurensky

Published on-line: 22 June 2018

Table of Contents

Editorial

Issue 64.2 Front Matter
AJER Editor
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Issue 64.2 Table of Contents
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Introduction

Adult Education and Post-Secondary Institutions: An Introduction to the Special Issue
Jorge M. Sousa, Daniel Schugurensky
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92-96

ARTICLES

Jennifer Sumner
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97-108
Craig Allen Talmage, Robert Jack Hansen, Richard C. Knopf, Steven P. Thaxton
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109-125
Vicki Squires
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126-140
Luis Miguel Dos Santos
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141-153
Flora Farago, Beth Blue Swadener, Jennifer Richter, Kimberly Eversman, Denisse Roca-Servat
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154-172
Sinela Jurkova, Shibao Guo
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173-187

ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES

Andre P. Grace, Leona M. English
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188-193
Andres Ruggeri, Javier Antivero, Natalia Politi, Marcelo Alejandro Vieta
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194-201
Jing Xiao
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202-207
Paul Kolenick
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208-213
Sally Baricaua Gutierez, Heui-Baik Kim
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214-221

BOOK REVIEWS

Disrupting Adult Education and Community Education: Teaching, Learning, and Working in the Periphery (2016) Robert C. Mizzi, Tonette S. Rocco, and Sue Shore, Editors
Joshuha J. Connauton
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222-224
Oppression and Resistance in Southern Higher and Adult Education: Mississippi and the Dynamics of Equity and Social Justice (2017) by Kamden K. Strunk, Leslie Ann Locke, Georgianna L. Martin
Matthew Nock
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225-227
Creating Courses for Adults: Design for Learning (2015), by Ralf St. Clair
Benjamin Denga
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228-230