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Title: Bildung and transformative learning theory : two peas in a pod?
Authors: Buttigieg, Karen
Calleja, Colin
Keywords: Transformative learning -- Case studies
Social change -- Case studies
Critical thinking
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.
Citation: Buttigieg, K., & Calleja, C. (2021). Bildung and Transformative Learning Theory: Two Peas in a Pod? Journal of Transformative Education, 19(2), 166-185.
Abstract: Both Bildung and transformative learning theory focus on the transformative nature of education. Even though they have been developed in different continents and fairly independently of each other, they intersect, and at face value, they might appear to be very similar to each other. Both notions, though are perceived differently by diverse individuals, and even though these numerous perceptions do overlap at times, they also contrast on various points. This article gives a critical review of literature to help understand the similarities and differences between these two notions and outlines their importance in discourses surrounding education.
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