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ERIC Number: ED380533
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994-May
Pages: 119
Abstractor: N/A
Africentrism--Perspective or Paradigm? Implications for Adult Education. Proceedings of the African American Adult Education Research Pre-Conference (Knoxville, Tennessee, May 18-19, 1994).
Guy, Talmadge C., Ed.; And Others
The following papers were presented at a research preconference on the implications of Afrocentrism for adult education: "The African American Adult Education Pre-Conference: Historical Reflections" (Colin); "The Perspective 'Is' the Paradigm: The Congruence of World View and Research Methodology" (Dozier-Henry); "Self-employment Skills Training; Educational Survival Strategy for Adult with Low Skills: A Model for Oral Instruction" (Smith); "African-Americans in Adult Education: Outline for a Course of Study" (Smith); "Feminist Theory and the Social Construction of Knowledge: The Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender. An Africentric Feminist Educational Perspective" (Garth); "'As quiet as a church in prayer We come from otherwhere': An Exploration of Professional Identity Formation in Two African American Women Adult Educators" (Closson); "Making a Way Out of No Way: An Examination of the Educational Narratives of Reentry Black Women with Emphasis on Issues of Race, Gender, Class, and Color" (Johnson-Bailey); "Comparative Analysis of Planning within Community-based Empowerment Program Models (for Health Promotion): Implications for African Americans" (Carter); "Inadequate Funding of Extension at the Historically Black Land-grant Colleges" (Ukaga, Pezeshki-Raad, Thomson); "Learning in Black Greek Letter Societies: 'An Unrecognized Collaborative Approach to Adult Education'" (Croom); "African American Achievement Program: Culturally Grounded Academic Program for the Community College African American Adult Learner" (Cherry-Smith); "Education for Self-knowledge: Students' Self-awareness in Response to Literature by African-American Women" (Blacksher); "The Black Church: A Model of Africentric Adult Education and Leadership Development for Personal and Community Empowerment" (Misap); and "The Higher and Professional Education of African Americans Prior to 1865: Some Implications for Adult Education" (Irvine). Many papers contain substantial bibliographies. (MN)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Georgia Univ., Athens.