ERIC Number: ED374213
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Social Change and Adult Education Research. Adult Education Research in Nordic Countries 1992/93.
Tampere Univ., Hameelinna (Finland). Dept. of Education.; Royal Danish School of Educational Studies, Copenhagen (Denmark).; Linkoping Univ. (Sweden). Dept. of Education and Psychology.; Norwegian Inst. of Adult Education, Trondheim.
This yearbook contains 18 papers reflecting the major trends in adult education research in the Nordic countries in 1992-93. The following papers are included: "Popular Adult Education and Social Mobilization: Reflections in Connection with the Swedish Committee on Power" (Rubenson); "Direction of Finnish Adult Education Policies within the Context of European Integration" (Pantzar); "Managers of Their Own Life and Learning: An Evaluation of a Euroform Project for Long-Term Unemployed Professionals Aiming at Mobility in Europe" (Manninen); "Trends in Employer-Funded Training as an Indicator of Changes in Employment: The Case of Norway in the 1980s" (Gooderham, Hines); "Human Capital: Who Invests and Why?" (Sand); "Learning at the Workplace: An Industry in Change" (Thang);"Educational Needs and Demands of Danish Workers as Reflected in the Curricula of the Act on Adult Educational Grants (the VUS)" (Ehlers); "Qualification and Work; Basic Concepts and Danish Research" (Olesen); "Change of Perspective in Qualification Analysis; Presentation of a Search Model" (Ulriksen); "Working Together: Motivation, Goals, and Volition" (Dahl); "Relationship between Work and the Learning Process in Adult Education" (Hoyrup, Scavenius); "Domination or Self-Control? Images of Participation, a Review of Research" (Hultman); "From Self-Directedness to Interdependence? An Analysis of Mezirow's Conceptualization of Self-Directed Learning" (Ahteenmaki-Pelkonen); "Evaluation of a New Education for Shop Stewards" (Wahlgren); "As Teachers See It--Why There Are Dropouts from Continuing Education Programs for Adults. What Teachers Know" (Madsen); "Out-of-School Processes of Knowledge Constitution" (Llorente); "Slow Learners" (Andersson, Dyekjaer, and Wandall); and "From Information Technology to Thrilling Sources of Learning" (Grepperud). (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Learning, Adult Literacy, Continuing Education, Distance Education, Dropouts, Education Work Relationship, Educational Legislation, Educational Needs, Educational Policy, Educational Research, Employment Patterns, Employment Qualifications, Foreign Countries, Illiteracy, Independent Study, Information Technology, Job Training, Labor Force Development, Learning Motivation, Learning Processes, Models, Participation, Popular Education, Slow Learners, Social Change, State of the Art Reviews, Yearbooks
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Tampere Univ., Hameelinna (Finland). Dept. of Education.; Royal Danish School of Educational Studies, Copenhagen (Denmark).; Linkoping Univ. (Sweden). Dept. of Education and Psychology.; Norwegian Inst. of Adult Education, Trondheim.