Antonio Gramsci and his Relevance to the Education of Adults

In Michael A. Peters & Peter Mayo (eds.), Gramsci and Educational Thought. Oxford, UK: Wiley‐Blackwell. pp. 21–37 (2010)
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This chapter contains sections titled: Gramsci and Marx Education and Hegemony The State and Civil Society Structure and Agency War of Position The Factory Councils and the Education of Adults Different Sites of Adult Learning Prison School Periodicals Adult Educator as Organic Intellectual Educational Needs of Industrial Working Class Pedagogy Cultural Dimension of Workers' Education Language Historical Dimension Philosophy of Praxis Education and Production Migration and the question of Multi‐ethnic Education Conclusion: Adult Education for Counter‐Hegemonic Action Notes References.

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