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ERIC Number: ED312430
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989-Jun
Pages: 215
Abstractor: N/A
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Papers on Comparative Adult Education from Sessions Organized by CSRCAE (Committee for the Study and Research in Comparative Adult Education) at the World Congress on Comparative Education (7th, Montreal, Canada, June 26-30, 1989).
Charters, Alexander N., Comp.; Cassara, Beverly, Comp.
These proceedings contain the following 12 papers on comparative adult education: "Adult Education as Concept and Structure: An Agenda for Research" (Colin Titmus); "Report on the Context and State of Comparative Adult Education and on Four Publications" (Alexander N. Charters); "Comparative Adult Education Research: Methods and Materials" (Dilnawaz A. Siddiqui); "Adult Education and Social Change: A Comparison of Canada and Sweden" (Kjell Rubenson); "Comparative Study of Adult Education Institutions and Organizations between the United States and Japan by the Use of Characteristics Mirroring Analyses" (Alexander N. Charters and Seiichiro Miura); "Andragogy and China: Cross-Cultural Considerations" (Daniel D. Pratt); "Participatory Research: Are Adult Education Graduate Programs Ready for It?" (Beverly Benner Cassara); "A Comparative Analysis of Recent North American Research on Women and Minorities" (Jovita Martin Ross); "Agricultural Extension Worldwide: Socio-Political, Organizational and Programmatic Characteristics" (William M. Rivera); "A Comparative Study of Andragogy (Adult Education) as a Field of Academic Study in the World" (Claude Touchette); "The Adult Education Center in Germany as a Case of Social Change and Cross-Cultural Comparison" (Klaus Harney); and "Adult Education World-Wide--Revisited" (Jost Reischmann). (KC)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Coalition of Adult Education Organizations, Washington, DC.
Identifiers - Location: Canada; China; Germany; Japan; Sweden; United States