ERIC Number: ED381616
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994-May
Reference Count: N/A
Annual Adult Education Research Conference Proceedings (35th, Knoxville, Tennessee, May 20-22, 1994).
Hyams, Melanie, Comp.; And Others
The following are among the 71 papers included: "Impacts of Transformative Leadership Education in a Professional Development Context" (Adrian et al.); "Toward a Sociology of Participation in Adult Education Programs" (Babchuk, Courtney); "Race, Gender, and the Politics of Professionalization" (Bailey, Tisdell, Cervero); "Conceptions of Instruction in the Workplace" (Beno); "Appalachian Women Learning in Community" (Bingman); "Topography of Adult Education Theory and Research" (Boshier); "Conceptualising Learning from Experience" (Boud); "Effects of Continuing Professional Education on the Upward Career Mobility of Health Services Administrators" (Brown, Easton); "Radical Worker Education for Academics?" (Butterwick, Dawson, Kastner); "Ethic of Care in the Legal Profession: Not for Women Only" (Carr); "Re-enchanting Research" (Carriere); "Integrating Agency and Structure in Program Planning Theory" (Cervero, Wilson); "Evolving the Method: Grounded Theory in the Context of Post-hoc Analysis"; (Courtney, Babchuk, Jha); "Reproduction and Resistance in a University Graduate Program of Adult Education" (Cunningham, Smith); "Popular Social Movements as Educative Forces" (Dykstra, Law); "Making Literacy Functional in Rural West Africa" (Easton, Ilboudo, Mukweso); "Adult Education and the Cross-Cultural Transfer of Innovation" (Easton, Sidikou); "Postmodern Doors into a Modern Community College" (Falk); "Organizational Learning, the Learning Organization, and Adult Education" (Finger, Woolis); "Critical Rationality from a Cross-Cultural Perspective" (Hemphill);"Heterosexist Discourse in Adult Education" (Hill); "African Americans and Adult Literacy Education: Towards a More Inclusive Model of Participation" (James) "Revitalizing Havighurst's Social Role Research" (James, Abney); "'Students at Risk'" (Jha, Dirkx); "Teaching Behaviour as a Function of Faculty's Teaching Philosophy" (Kreber); "Adult Learning in the Aftermath of Job Loss" (Laswell); "Toward Recovering and Reconstructing Andragogy" (Little); "Self-Assessment" (Marienau); "Ethnicity-Related Adult Education Cultural Diversity Programs" (Martin); "Toward a Substantive Theory of Control of Learning within Grassroots Initiatives" (McKnight); "From Workers to Trade Unionists" (Schied); "Parents, Learning, and Project Head Start" (Sissel); "Whom Should We Fund?" (Umble); and "Participatory Evaluation as an Instrument of Popular Education" (Zacharakis-Jutz). (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Education, Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Adult Students, Black Education, Community Colleges, Community Education, Computer Assisted Instruction, Cultural Pluralism, Distance Education, Educational Philosophy, Educational Planning, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Ethics, Extension Education, Foreign Countries, Graduate Study, Homosexuality, Labor Education, Literacy Education, Management Development, Multicultural Education, Organizational Development, Outcomes of Education, Participation, Professional Continuing Education, Research Methodology, Teacher Education, Theory Practice Relationship, Womens Education, Workplace Literacy
Ralph Brockett, College of Education-CA 239, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Knoxville, TN 37996-3440; e-mail: BROCKETT at sign UTKVX.UTK.EDU ($20 plus postage depending on location).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Tennessee Univ., Knoxville. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers - Location: Africa