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The association of foster care or kinship care with adolescent sexual behavior and first pregnancy.
OBJECTIVE Each year more than 500 000 children enter out-of-home placement. Few outcome studies of these children specifically address high-risk sexual behavior and adolescent pregnancy. Our studyExpand
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Centering Marxist-Feminist Theory in Adult Learning
Using feminist extensions of Marxist theory, this article argues that a Marxist-feminist theory of adult learning offers a significant contribution to feminist pedagogical debates concerning theExpand
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Views from the blackboard: neoliberal education reforms and the practice of teaching in Ontario, Canada
This article discusses findings from two case studies examining the impact of neoliberal education reform on the classroom practice of teachers and adult educators in Ontario, Canada. We askedExpand
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Revolutionary Learning: Marxism, Feminism and Knowledge
ion 5–17, 49, 51, 59–60, 62–3, 66–7, 83–4 accumulation 66, 76, 83, 86, 113, 117, 144, 146 activity 94–6 adult education 29–40; citizenship learning 131–47; individual-socialexperience relation inExpand
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The long-term emotional and physical wellbeing of women who have lived in kinship care
Abstract Objective: Three percent of America's children are living with a relative, without their biological parent (termed kinship care). Some of these arrangements are formally court-ordered whileExpand
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Introduction: A Specter Haunts Adult Education: Crafting a Marxist-Feminist Framework for Adult Education and Learning
Over one hundred years ago, Marx and Engels argued that Europe was haunted by the possibility of an alternative way of organizing social life.1 Today, the field of adult education finds itself in aExpand
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Learning by dispossession: democracy promotion and civic engagement in Iraq and the United States
This paper brings together two ongoing research projects on current citizenship learning programs in Iraq and the United States, both of which draw from the theoretical ground of Marxist-feministExpand
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Examining the Social Relations of Learning Citizenship
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Examining the Social Relations of Learning Citizenship: Citizenship and Ideology in Adult Education
Since the American Watergate crisis in the mid-1970s, social scientists across advanced capitalist democracies have renewed their focus on citizenship as a fundamental category of politicalExpand
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