New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education volume 2005, issue 105, P65-73 2005 DOI: 10.1002/ace.170 View full text
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Donovan Plumb

Abstract: This chapter describes how by adopting a cultural theory of learning, members of a community-based research team deepened their understanding of the nature, pervasiveness, and contribution of everyday learning processes of people affected by HIV/AIDS in Nova Scotia, Canada. Grassroots Response to HIV/AIDS in Nova Scotia Donovan PlumbWhy is it that the things and events that are most ordinary and everyday are often those we least understand or value? We rarely attend to the simple processes that link us togeth…

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