ERIC Number: ED298248
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: 0
Transatlantic Dialogue: A Research Exchange; Papers from a Joint Conference (Leeds, England, July 11-13, 1988).
Zukas, Miriam, Ed.
Over 90 papers focus on adult education research. Selected titles include "Karl Marx's Theoretical Contributions to Radical Adult Education" (Allman, Wallis); "Educating Educators" (Armstrong); "Comparative Study of Philosophical Foundations of Adult Education in China and United States" (Bao); "Ethical Value Dilemmas of Professional Adult Educators in Cooperative Extension Service" (Barber); "Typology of ABE Learner as Derived through Quantitative Induction" (Beder); "Analysis and Critique of Concept of Self in Self-Directed Learning" (Boucouvalas); "Politics of Professionalism" (Cervero); "Relational Aspects of Education of Older Adults" (Chene); "Teacher Actions That Influence Native American Learners" (Conti, Fellenz); "Comparison of Deterrents to Adult Education Participation in Britain and U.S." (Darkenwald); "Adult Education and Needs of Unemployed in Britain" (Edwards); "New Perspectives in Adult Basic Education" (Farr, Moon); "Etiology of Stress upon Adult Learner of Afro-American Descent" (Fields); "Critical Thinking and Critical Theory in Adult Education" (Griffin); "Educating for War and Peace" (Hugo); "Needs, Interests, and Adult Learning" (Jarvis); "Music as Facilitator of Adult Learning" (Kaltoft); "ABC of Independent Study" (Keane et al.); "Andragogy: Return of the Jedi" (Law, Rubenson); "Universities and Education for Social Purpose" (McIlroy, Spencer); "Revisiting Learning Style Theory and Practice" (Marineau, Loesch); "Action Learning" (Marsick); "Test of Tinto's Model of Attrition as Applied to Inner City Adult Literacy Program" (Martin); "Assessment of Continuing Professional Education in U.K. and U.S." (Moser); "English Only or English Plus" (Orem); "Adult Education Needs of Structurally Unemployed in U.S." (Park et al.); "Philosophy and 'Philosophies' of Adult Education" (Paterson); "Adult Learning in Non-Formal Settings" (Percy); "Systematising Literary Fiction and Nonfiction as Sources of Data for Adult Education Research" (Quigley); "Potential Impacts of Technology on Education of the Nontraditional Female Student" (Rising); "Paradigms and Ideology in Participation Research" (Rubenson); "Best and Worst Classroom Learning Experiences of Adult Learners" (Sheckley); "Agenda for Adult Education Research in China" (Simpson); "Exploring Ethics of Professional Practice" (Sork); "Imagery" (Stephens, Korhonen);"Annenberg/Corporation for Public Broadcasting Project's Support of Distance Education" (Takemoto); "The Clearing: Danish Folk School for New World" (Takemoto); "Educational Guidance for Adults in U.K." (Taylor); "Enterprise Culture and Restructuring of British Adult Education" (Westwood); "Computer Educational Programs in Swedish Adult Education" (Winter); "Informal Adult Learning Networks in Climate of Social and Economic Change" (Withnall); "Counselling Role of Tutor in Adult Continuing Education" (Wootton); and "Welfare-to-Work and Adult Education" (Zacharakis-Jutz). Summaries of six symposia are also included. (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Development, Adult Education, Adult Learning, Continuing Education, Educational Research, Educational Theories, Females, International Cooperation, Professional Education, Research Methodology, Womens Education
Hilary Helme, Department of Continued Professional Education, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, United Kingdom (15 pounds).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Standing Conference on Univ. Teaching and Research in the Education of Adults.; Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, Guelph (Ontario).; Adult Education Research Conference.