Neenaki režimi mobilnosti in radikalno izobraževanje odraslih v času neoliberalizma

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  • Barbara Samaluk Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za pedagogiko in andragogiko
  • Sarah Kunz Univerza v Essexu, Oddelek za sociologijo, Colchester, Združeno kraljestvo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/as/11457

Ključne besede:

radikalno izobraževanje odraslih, kritična pedagogika, neenaki režimi mobilnosti, migracija, neoliberalizem

Povzetek

Andragoška spoznanja se v tokratni številki ukvarjajo s sodobnim pomenom temeljev radikalnega izobraževanja odraslih ter obstoječih in nastajajočih prostorov in iniciativ radikalnega izobraževanja odraslih, katerih skupni cilj je kritično proučiti sodobne neenakosti, ki jih ustvarjajo neoliberalne politike migracij in neenaki režimi mobilnosti, ter se boriti proti njim. Prispevki se osredotočajo na pobude, ki vključujejo elemente radikalnega izobraževanja v najširšem smislu in ki jih (so)oblikujejo migranti in begunci ter druge skupine, obravnavane kot migrantske ali manjšinske, ter na pobude, katerih cilj je progresivno poseganje v realnost, ki jo raziskujejo prispevki.

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Samaluk, B., & Kunz, S. (2022). Neenaki režimi mobilnosti in radikalno izobraževanje odraslih v času neoliberalizma. Andragoška Spoznanja, 28(2), 3–15. https://doi.org/10.4312/as/11457