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Please provide a scholarly journal article on applying dialogue, discussion, or questioning to an adult education setting. Compare and contrast to Socratic Method and Questioning.

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In the adult education setting of inmate education, inmates are often prone to faulty reasoning/thinking that leads to criminogenic behavior, and a majority of offenders have difficulties with problem solving, reasoning, and understanding the most appropriate solutions to problems. Therefore, using the Socratic Method characterized by wonder, hypothesis, elenchus (refutation and cross-examination), accepting/rejecting the hypothesis, and acting accordingly are practical to attempt to assist these inmates in the inmate adult education setting. ...

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