ERIC Number: ED332042
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
Adult Education Research Annual Conference Proceedings (32nd, Norman, Oklahoma, May 30-June 2, 1991).
Langenbach, Michael, Comp.
Papers in this volume include: "Retirement Learning" (Adair); "Effect of Literacy on Personal Income" (Blunt); "Popular Discourse Concerning Women and AIDS" (Boshier); "John Steinbeck's Learning Project" (Brockett); "Faculty Careers of Professors of Adult Education" (Caffarella); "Racism in Canada" (Carriere); "Perspectives on Program Planning in Adult Education" (Cervero, Wilson); "Inclusive Language and Perspective Transformation" (Coffman); "Impact of Critical Social Theory on Adult Education" (Collard, Law); "Assessing Adult Learning Strategies" (Conti, Fellenz); "Class Age Composition and Academic Achievement" (Darkenwald et al.); "Redesign of Continuing Education as a 'Practical Problem'" (Dirkx et al.); "Framework for Understanding Developmental Change among Older Adults" (Fisher); "Value of Literacy for Rural Elderly" (Freer); "Professional Women as Self-Assessing Adult Learners" (Greenland); "Democratizing Knowledge" (Group for Collaborative Inquiry); "Contributions of African American Women to Nonformal Education during the Civil Rights Movement" (Gyant); "Gender-Related Differences in Adult Classroom Behavior" (Hayes); "Investigations into the Human Phenomenon of Commitment" (Ilsley); "Early Human Resource Development Work" (Jacobson); "AFS Volunteer Resources Study" (Jones-Ilsley, Hansel); "Transformation and Self-Renewal at Midlife" (Karpiak); "Critical Analysis of 'Adult Education Quarterly'" (Kim); "Lindeman and the Meaning of Adult Education" (Long et al.); "Deconstruction and Its Implications for Adult Education" (Melichar, Lumpkin); "Learning from Life Experience" (Merriam, Clark); "Subjects as Partners" (Merrifield, White); "Phenomenological Investigation of Self-Will and Relationship to Achievement in African-American Women" (Peterson); "Knowles and the Mid-Century Shift in Philosophy of Adult Education" (Podeschi); "Exploring Chinese Conceptions of Learning and Teaching" (Pratt); "Shaping Literacy" (Quigley); "Analysis of Three Strategic Training Roles" (Redding); "Deterrents to Participation in Compensatory Adult Education in South Africa" (Reddy); "What Do Adult College Students Want in an Instructor?" (Ross-Gordon et al.); "Hilda Worthington Smith" (Saul, Bernhardt); "Education and Working Class Radicalism" (Schied); "Personal Transformation through Participation in Social Action" (Scott); "Gender Differences in Faculty Perceptions of Academic Career Enhancers and Barriers" (Simpson); "Forgotten Adult Educators" (Smith); "Return to History" (Stein); "Sketches of the Landscape" (Warren); "Examining the Relationship between Pragmatism and Social Action in American Adult Education" (Wilson); and "Adult Education Movement in the 1950s" (Zacharakis-Jutz). (YLB)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Adult Literacy, Business Administration, Continuing Education, Dislocated Workers, Educational Philosophy, Educational Research, Experiential Learning, Females, Independent Study, Inservice Teacher Education, Labor Force Development, Learning Strategies, Literacy Education, Managerial Occupations, Nonformal Education, Older Adults, Program Development, Retirement, Sex Differences, Small Businesses, Social Action, Social Change, Teacher Attitudes, Volunteers
Conference Services, University of Oklahoma, 1704 Asp Avenue, Norman, OK 73037 ($20.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Oklahoma Univ., Norman. Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education.
Identifiers - Location: Canada; South Africa