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AuthorGuo, S. & Lange, E.
Transnational Migration, Social Inclusion, and Adult Education.
Full referenceGuo, S. & Lange, E. (2015). Transnational Migration, Social Inclusion, and Adult Education. Wiley Periodicals.
As a result of transnational migration, many countries are becoming increasingly ethnoculturally diverse, creating both new opportunities and challenges for practices of adult education. This volume examines the changing nature of adult education in the age of increased transnational migration and:
• synthesize the latest research, policies, and practices in transnational migration and adult education,
• examines the larger historical and structural issues of race and gender in immigration and newer theories, such as diaspora studies, in relation to adult education, and
• provides examples and recommendations for enhancing socially just and inclusive adult education environments for newcomers.
 Transborder injustices and multiple dimensions of social justice permeate immigration dynamics and challenge adult educators to rethink social justice in a transnational age.
Key words
Social justice, adult education, transnational migration
Other interesting information
Adult migrant language education has historically been addressed through the lense of assimilation, and teaching has evolved to create better understanding and social justice, and tries to respond to the needs of each country and community.
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Contributor´s name + email
Stéphanie Barillé -   stephanie@unak.is
Co-funded by The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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