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Hammond, Cathie; Feinstein, Leon – London Review of Education, 2005
We use quantitative and qualitative methods to investigate the links between participation in adult learning and self-efficacy, particularly for the subgroup of adults who had low levels of achievement at school. We focus on self-efficacy because it translates into a range of wider benefits and because it may afford protection from depression and…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Adult Education, Learning Motivation, Adult Learning
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Preston, John; Feinstein, Leon; Anderson, T. Marion – London Review of Education, 2005
Although adult education leads to a moderation of racist or authoritarian attitudes amongst the general population, little is known concerning the impact of adult education on individuals with extremist racist-authoritarian views. In this paper we group individuals from the NCDS (National Child Development Study) into various racist-authoritarian…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Multivariate Analysis, Attitude Change, Child Development