ERIC Number: ED349391
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Reference Count: N/A
Education and Work.
Poole, Millicent E., Ed.
This book contains 13 papers that identify major education and work issues related to post-compulsory schooling in Australia. The following papers are included: "Changing Policy Perspectives" (Millicent E. Poole); "A Historical Essay" (Andrew Spaull); "A Philosophical Perspective" (Colin W. Evers); "School to Work: Transition and Policy" (Cath Blakers); "Skill Formation for the Workplace" (John C. Stevenson, Charles W. McKavanagh); "Socialisation to the World of Work: An Analysis of Rural Children's Work Code" (Anne Butorac); "Experiencing Work: Bridges to Adulthood" (Glen Evans, Millicent E. Poole); "Women into Trades: Rhetoric or Reality?" (Patricia Weeks); "Factors Affecting the Development of Career and Family Orientations in Girls: A Review" (Millicent E. Poole, Janice Langan-Fox, and Michelle Ciavarella); "Experiencing Hegemony: Women, Work, and Education" (Judyth Sachs); "The Work Importance Study: Australian Young People's Values in International Perspective" (Jan Lokan); "Australia's Need for an Integrated Educational, Economic, and Social Strategy: Drawing on the Swedish and East Asian Experience" (Denis Davis); and "Summary and Conclusion: Issues in Need of Policy Formation" (Millicent E. Poole). The papers include references and the book is indexed. (KC)
Descriptors: Academic Education, Comparative Education, Developed Nations, Economic Development, Education Work Relationship, Educational Needs, Foreign Countries, Government Role, Integrated Curriculum, Job Skills, Job Training, Labor Force Development, Policy Formation, Postsecondary Education, Secondary Education, Skill Development, Vocational Education, Womens Education, Work Attitudes
Australian Council for Educational Research, 9 Frederick Street, Hawthorn, Victoria 3122, Australia ($39.95 Australian).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Australian Council for Educational Research, Hawthorn.