The notion of what constitutes critical adult education theory and practice is strongly contested, partly because the word 'critical' is open to so.
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Jack Mezirow's empirical work in the 70s and his major theoretical statement in 1981 showed great promise for creating a critical theory of adult learning: "This.
In the first part the critical theory of Jurgen. Habermas is presented as a learning theory positing three generic domains of adult learning, each with its own.