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Pros and Cons of Elizabeth J. Tisdell and Sharan B. Merriam

create a seven page multiple source essay comparing the two: Elizabeth J. Tisdell's writing of Spiritual Development&Commitments; to emancipatory Education in women adult education for social change . vs Sharan B. Merriam's writing How cultural values shape learning in older aduldhood ( the case of malaysia). The analysis requires the additional components: .one nameless/anonymous or web reference .three APA formatted short quotes used to support the paper . 1 APA formatted figure
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