ERIC Number: ED430118
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
Comparative Adult Education 1998. The Contribution of ISCAE to an Emerging Field of Study.
Reischmann, Jost, Ed.; Bron, Michal, Jr., Ed.; Jelenc, Zoran, Ed.
This document contains 24 papers from the 1995 and 1998 International Society for Comparative Adult Education (ISCAE) conferences. The following papers are included: "International and Comparative Adult Education" (Jost Reischmann); "Development and Fundamental Principles of International and Comparative Adult Education" (Joachim H. Knoll); "Comparative Adult Education: Some Reflections on the Process" (Colin J. Titmus); "Standards for Comparative Adult Education Research" (Alexander N. Charters); "Comparative Thinking and the Structures of Adult Cognition: An Epistemological and Methodological Challenge for Comparative Adult Education" (Marcie Boucouvalas); "The End of Ideology and History Debate: Implications for the Philosophy of Comparative Adult Education" (Dilnawaz A. Siddiqui); "Understanding Andragogy in Europe and America: Comparing and Contrasting" (Dusan Savicevic); "Study Circle Topics in Slovenia and Sweden" (Nevenka Bogataj); "Adult Education Policies and Credit Bank Systems for Adult Participation in Korean and U.S. Higher Education" (Eun-Soo Choi); "National Strategies of Adult Education" (Zoran Jelenc); "Methodological Issues in Cross-Cultural Study of Adult's Value System: with Reference to a Comparison between Korea and Australia" (Kwan-Chun Lee); "Adult Learners' Week: Australia and Slovenia: A First Attempt at Comparison" (Roger K. Morris); "World Perspective and Landmarks in Adult Education--A Critical Re-analysis" (Jost Reischmann); "Problems and Pitfalls in Comparative Andragogy: Some Notes on the Research Process in Comparative Historical Studies" (Barry J. Hake); "Indicators of the 'Learning Society': Methodological Aspects of an International Research Project" (Wolfgang Jutte); "Some Questions concerning International Partnership in Comparative Research on Adult Education" (Zoran Jelenc); "Experiencing a Dialogic Approach" (Madeleine Bials); "Translation Difficulties and the Importance of Terminology Work in Comparative Adult Education" (Wolfgang Jutte); "ISCAE--International Society for Comparative Adult Education" (Jost Reischmann); "ESREA--European Society for Research on the Education of Adults" (Barry J. Hake); "CONFINTEA V: A UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization)-Led Conference on Adult Learning in the Perspective on Lifelong Learning" (Paul Belanger); "International Expert Seminar: Methods of Comparative Andragogy" (Margaret Charters); and "International Expert Seminar on Comparative Andragogy" (Margaret Charters). Lists of participants at the two expert seminars are provided. Appended are UNESCO's Hamburg Declaration on Adult Learning and UNESCO Agenda for the Future. (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Learning, Andragogy, Comparative Analysis, Comparative Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Educational Cooperation, Educational History, Educational Policy, Educational Principles, Educational Research, Educational Theories, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, International Cooperation, International Educational Exchange, International Organizations, International Studies, Lifelong Learning, National Programs, Partnerships in Education, Postsecondary Education, Professional Associations, Research Methodology, Research Problems, Standards, Translation
Slovenian Institute for Adult Education, Smartinska 134A, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Slovenia Ministry of Science and Technology, Ljubljana.
Authoring Institution: Slovenian Inst. for Adult Education, Ljubljana.; International Society for Comparative Adult Education, Bamberg (Germany).