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ERIC Number: ED298248
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Pages: 530
Abstractor: N/A
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)
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
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: 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.