ERIC Number: ED326658
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Cultural Influences on Adult Learning.
Conti, Gary J., Ed.; Fellenz, Robert A., Ed.
Five projects are reported that examined factors related to adult learning in nontraditional environments. "Conrad, Montana: A Community of Memories" (Janice Counter, Lynn Paul, and Gary Conti) reports on a group of adults who for over 40 years have been active in building a better community for friends, relatives, and themselves. A 17-item bibliography lists archives, interviews, and articles, books, and records. "Investing in the Capital Assets of Adults" (Allen Moore) assesses the broad economic implications for a Southern community of its citizens' participation in educational activities. "Contrasting Foundations for Learning and Teaching: Selfhood in China and the United States" (Daniel Pratt) examines the influence of cultural traditions on learners. A model is proposed for how people develop a sense of self. "Educational Barriers to Rural Adults" (Stanley Easton) focuses on barriers to educational participation for adult learners in the rural Northwest. "Development and Utilization of Professional Literature: A Survey of Adult Education Professors" (Ralph Brockett) examines the creation of knowledge in an organizational culture. (YLB)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Comparative Analysis, Cultural Influences, Educational Benefits, Educational Research, Faculty Publishing, Foreign Countries, Group Activities, Group Dynamics, Human Capital, International Studies, Lifelong Learning, Organizational Climate, Outcomes of Education, Rural Areas, Rural Environment, Self Concept
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, MI.
Authoring Institution: Montana State Univ., Bozeman. Center for Adult Learning Research.
Identifiers: China; Georgia; Montana
Note: Papers Developed by Postdoctoral Fellows at the Center for Adult Learning Research. For related documents, see CE 056 416-419.