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ERIC Number: ED398381
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 1612
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0835-4944
Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education = la Revue canadienne pour l'etude de l'education des adultes. 1987-1994.
Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, v1-8 1987-1994
These 17 issues include feature articles and perspectives on the study of adult education, as well as book reviews/recensions of works related to adult education. Some articles are written in English, and some are written in French. Among the feature articles included are the following: "The Fifties: Pivotal Decade in Canadian Adult Education" (Selman); "'A Most Insistent Demand': The Pas Experiment in Community Education, 1938-1940" (Welton); "Feminist Discourse and the Research Enterprise: Implications for Adult Education Research" (Warren); "The Effectiveness of Education Interventions in the Development of Nontraditional Occupational Role Identification" (Brook); "Learning to Name Our Learning Processes" (Griffin); "Learning and Philosophy of Mind" (Selman); "1972--Year of Affirmation for Adult Education" (Selman); "Adult Education and Public Funding Policies: The 'Whiskey-Money' in Britain and Its Implications for Adult Education in Canada" (Keane); "Survey of Adult Education Research in Canada" (Garrison; Baskett); "International Studies in Graduate Programs in Adult Education in Canada" (Draper); "Factor Structure of Variables Associated with Dropout: A Confirmatory Study" (Garrison); "Women as Learners: Issues for Visual and Virtual Classrooms" (Burge); "Study of the Student Retention Effort in the New Brunswick Community College System" (Phillips); "Critical Adult Education: A Response to Contemporary Social Crisis" (Little); "Can Critical Theory Save Adult Education from Post-Modernism?" (Finger); "Preparation for Partnership: Reform of Professional Education" (Stewart); "Women's Learning: Implications for Adult Education Research and Practice" (Smith); "Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Marine Incidents and Their Prevention through Education" (Boshier); "Personal Change through Participation in Social Action: A Case Study of Ten Social Activists" (Scott); "Educative or Miseducative Work: A Critique of the Current Debate on Work and Education" (Hart); "Political Economy of Adult Education in Comparative Perspective: A Critique of Mainstream Adult Education Models in Canada, Mexico, and Tanzania" (Torres; Schugurensky); "Organizing with Immigrant Women: A Critique of Community Development in Adult Education" (Lee); "Teaching Activists for Social Change: Coming to Grips with Questions of Subjectivity and Domination" (Razack);"Adult Learner/Teacher Relationship and Sexual Harassment: De-meaning Traditions" (Stalker); "Tele-Distance Education in Women's Studies: Issues for Feminist Pedagogy" (Smith; Norlen); and "Educating Union Canada" (Spencer). (MN)
Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, Office 3-345, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto M5S 1V6, Ontario ($15/issue, $30/volume Canadian funds).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, Guelph (Ontario).
Identifiers - Location: Canada; Mexico; Tanzania; United Kingdom (Great Britain)