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ERIC Number: ED303648
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985
Reference Count: 0
Rekindling Commitment in Adult Education. Conference Report (New Brunswick, New Jersey, June 10-14, 1984). Reports on Education and Psychology No. 1.
Hoghielm, Robert, Ed.
Papers are provided from a conference intended to create awareness of social issues pertinent to adult education in an atmosphere of critical reflection and dialogue. An introduction discusses the basis of the International League for Social Commitment in Adult Education, which was formed at the conference. Invited authors' contributions are "International Relations, Lifelong Education, and Adult Education" (Ettore Gelpi); "Universities and Non-Formal Education: What Kind of Contribution?" (Paul Fordham); and "Social Commitment in Scandinavian Adult Education" (Robert Hoghielm, Odd Nordhaug). Selected authors' contributions are "The Individual, Human Needs, and Social Change: Towards a Reconceptualization" (Michael Law, Linda Sissons); "Adult Education and Social Change in Northern Ireland" (Tom Lovett); "Going about in Rough Waters: A Case Study of an Adult Education Organization Seeking to Become a Social Change Agent" (John Benseman); "Tocqueville, Participation, and Workplace Democracy as an Educative Force" (Norman Eiger); "Citizen Groups: Their Significance for Adult Education" (David Boggs); and "Development: A Cause for Commitment?" (George Palamattan). This panel presentation is also included: "Social Commitment in Public Continuing Education: Driving and Constraining Forces in the Public Delivery System for Adult Education in New York State" (Jack Ether, Joseph Mangano, Eugene Monaco, Jean Napper). (YLB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Stockholm Inst. of Education (Sweden).