Laboring to learn womens literacy and poverty in the post welfare era awards and recognition awarded the cyril o houle award for outstanding literature in adult education 2009 the struggle for literacy education and employment for women during welfare reform. In this journal. The american adult education system has become an alternative for school dropouts with some state welfare policies requiring teen mothers and women without high school diplomas to participate in adult education programs to receive aid very little has been published about womens experiences in these mandatory programs and whether the programs reproduce the conditions that forced women to . Laboring to learn womens literacy and poverty in the post welfare era 2008 rivera argues that poverty is produced and reproduced when women with low literacy skills are pushed into welfare to work programs and denied education she examines how various discourses about individual choice and self sufficiency shape the purposes of . The item laboring to learn womens literacy and poverty in the post welfare era lorna rivera represents a specific individual material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in brigham young university
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