5 edition of Understanding and negotiating the political landscape of adult education found in the catalog.
Understanding and negotiating the political landscape of adult education
|Statement||Catherine A. Hansman, Peggy A. Sissel, editors.|
|Series||New directions for adult and continuing education -- no. 91.|
|Contributions||Hansman, Catherine A., Sissel, Peggy A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
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Provides key insights into the politics and policy issues in adult education today. Offering effective strategies for reflection and action, chapters explore issues in examination and negotiation of the political aspects of higher education, adult educators in Kfocused colleges of education, literacy education, social welfare reform, professional organizations, and identity of the field.
Special Issue: Understanding and Negotiating the Political Landscape of Adult Education. Pages: Autumn (Fall) Previous | Next. GO TO SECTION. Editors' notes. Catherine A. Hansman; The political landscape of adult education: From the personal to political and back again.
Catherine A. Hansman; Pages: ; First Published: A valuable guidebook for educators meeting the political challenges in adult education policies, programs, and everyday practices. This is the 91st journal in the Jossey-Bass series New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education.
Understanding and negotiating the political landscape of adult education. [Catherine A Hansman; Peggy A Sissel;] -- "The political landscape of adult education is a rough terrain, made more so by the decisions and issues in adult education practice that are inherently political.
The purpose of his book is to provide a theory of applied political economy to explain the interface between society and adult education in developing countries. He introduces adult educators to the main competing theories of development--the modernization, dependency, neo Cited by: The purpose of his book is to provide a theory of applied political economy to explain the interface between society and adult education in developing countries.
He introduces adult educators to the main competing theories of development--the modernization, dependency, neo-liberal and various populist : Frank Youngman.
Her research interests are reflected in the two books she has edited, Understanding and Negotiating the Political Landscape of Adult Education (with Peggy Sissel), and Critical Perspectives on Mentoring: Trends and Issues, and in articles and book chapters published in various journals, such as Adult Education Quarterly, Adult Learning, Journal of Adult Basic Education, and Journal of.
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Invited Book. Many adult educators approach education as a vehicle for social change in a politically contested environment. In this paper, I introduce institutional ethnography’s analytic contribution to critical research in program planning, particularly in expanding our understanding of the mechanisms of power that operate in educational programs.
Many adult educators approach education as a vehicle. Understanding the political landscape Posted on 24/10/ by Sarah Rhead This blog is about my journey through a text called ‘The Practice. The Changing Landscape of Adult Learning Theory Sharan B.
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Analysis of the political aspects of adult education reveals multiple ways of examining policies, programs, and practices. Five key issues form a framework for analysis: politics of diversity, whose interest, material conditions and control, accommodation and resistance, and strategic by: 8. About Political Economy of Adult Learning Systems.
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