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ERIC Number: ED398381
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
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)
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Education, Dropout Prevention, Dropouts, Education Work Relationship, Educational Finance, Educational Objectives, Educational Philosophy, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Educational Trends, Feminism, Financial Support, Foreign Countries, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Immigrants, International Studies, Nontraditional Occupations, Predictor Variables, Role of Education, Womens Education, Womens Studies
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
Authoring Institution: Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education, Guelph (Ontario).
Identifiers - Location: Canada; Mexico; Tanzania; United Kingdom (Great Britain)