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ERIC Number: ED381616
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994-May
Pages: 464
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Annual Adult Education Research Conference Proceedings (35th, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 20-22, 1994).
Hyams, Melanie, Comp.; And Others
The following are among the 71 papers included: "Impacts of Transformative Leadership Education in a Professional Development Context" (Adrian et al.); "Toward a Sociology of Participation in Adult Education Programs" (Babchuk, Courtney); "Race, Gender, and the Politics of Professionalization" (Bailey, Tisdell, Cervero); "Conceptions of Instruction in the Workplace" (Beno); "Appalachian Women Learning in Community" (Bingman); "Topography of Adult Education Theory and Research" (Boshier); "Conceptualising Learning from Experience" (Boud); "Effects of Continuing Professional Education on the Upward Career Mobility of Health Services Administrators" (Brown, Easton); "Radical Worker Education for Academics?" (Butterwick, Dawson, Kastner); "Ethic of Care in the Legal Profession: Not for Women Only" (Carr); "Re-enchanting Research" (Carriere); "Integrating Agency and Structure in Program Planning Theory" (Cervero, Wilson); "Evolving the Method: Grounded Theory in the Context of Post-hoc Analysis"; (Courtney, Babchuk, Jha); "Reproduction and Resistance in a University Graduate Program of Adult Education" (Cunningham, Smith); "Popular Social Movements as Educative Forces" (Dykstra, Law); "Making Literacy Functional in Rural West Africa" (Easton, Ilboudo, Mukweso); "Adult Education and the Cross-Cultural Transfer of Innovation" (Easton, Sidikou); "Postmodern Doors into a Modern Community College" (Falk); "Organizational Learning, the Learning Organization, and Adult Education" (Finger, Woolis); "Critical Rationality from a Cross-Cultural Perspective" (Hemphill);"Heterosexist Discourse in Adult Education" (Hill); "African Americans and Adult Literacy Education: Towards a More Inclusive Model of Participation" (James) "Revitalizing Havighurst's Social Role Research" (James, Abney); "'Students at Risk'" (Jha, Dirkx); "Teaching Behaviour as a Function of Faculty's Teaching Philosophy" (Kreber); "Adult Learning in the Aftermath of Job Loss" (Laswell); "Toward Recovering and Reconstructing Andragogy" (Little); "Self-Assessment" (Marienau); "Ethnicity-Related Adult Education Cultural Diversity Programs" (Martin); "Toward a Substantive Theory of Control of Learning within Grassroots Initiatives" (McKnight); "From Workers to Trade Unionists" (Schied); "Parents, Learning, and Project Head Start" (Sissel); "Whom Should We Fund?" (Umble); and "Participatory Evaluation as an Instrument of Popular Education" (Zacharakis-Jutz). (MN)
Ralph Brockett, College of Education-CA 239, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Knoxville, TN 37996-3440; e-mail: BROCKETT at sign UTKVX.UTK.EDU ($20 plus postage depending on location).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Tennessee Univ., Knoxville. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: Africa (West); African Americans; Radicalism