ERIC Number: ED333163
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Oct
A Selective Bibliography on Literacy in Industrialised Countries = Une Bibliographie Selective sur l'Alphabetisation dans les Pays Industrialises. UIE Reports 3.
Giere, Ursula; Hautecoeur, Jean-Paul
This bibliography focuses on research in adult literacy and basic education. The general categories, which were determined on the basis of the agenda of the conference for which it was prepared, include bibliographies; history of literacy/illiteracy; theory of literacy; literacy provision (examples from local to international); literacy and schooling/cultural literacy; methodology of literacy; intergenerational approaches; literacy, employment, and work; statistics and measurement; international conferences; and newsletters. The 251 entries are presented in alphabetical order by author or sponsoring organization or institution and provide this additional information: title; place of publication and publisher; and pagination. The 16 entries for the newsletters identify frequency of publication, sponsoring organization or institution, and address. An introductory note and table of contents are provided in French as well as English. The majority of the citations are in English or French. (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Literacy, Basic Skills, Developed Nations, Education Work Relationship, Educational Research, Functional Literacy, Illiteracy, Literacy Education, Newsletters, Teaching Methods, Workplace Literacy
Unesco Institute for Education, Feldbrunnenstrasse 58, W-2000 Hamburg 13, Federal Republic of Germany.
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies; Multilingual/Bilingual Materials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Hamburg (West Germany). Inst. for Education.
Note: Paper prepared for the European Conference of Directors of Educational Research Institutions (6th, Bled, Yugoslavia, October 9-12, 1990);. For a related, complementary document, see ED 324 481.