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Democracy and adult education

ideological changes and educational consequences

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      • Includes bibliographical references.Papers from the Fifth International Conference on the History of Adult Education held in Brdo, Slovenia, July 10-13, 1994.

        StatementP. Lang
        PublishersP. Lang
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        LC Classifications1996
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 89 p. :
        Number of Pages42
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100820429007
        Series
        1
        2Bd. 27.
        3Studien zur Pädagogik, Andragogik und Gerontagogik ;

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School School is now regarded as a centre of promoting national consciousness and international understanding. Indeed, Knowles regarded Lindeman as his mentor. The moment was right for Lindeman to set out his thinking. Kevin Ward Leeds In your leader you note the erosion of adult education and emphasise its importance in allowing people a second chance. Finally, I will propose a theoretical framework that incorporates strong adult education principles to strengthen democracy in times of neoliberalism.

Adult Education, Community, and Learning for Democracy in Scotland

Book Title Citizenship and Democracy in Further and Adult Education• The tendency emphasized the social aim of education. Williams — during the Second World War. Watching all of this unfold can be an incredibly disempowering and isolating experience.the environment or the society. Rather than abandon democracy, the task of education is to deepen it at all levels and ensure politics is educative.

Macalister 1943 In The Service of Youth. It should be an important element of lifelong learning for people at all ages and stages of life, including family learning How? However, it was the pragmatism of Dewey that was to provide the central foundation for his approach to adult education. 1925 Spiritual Values in Adult Education. As we have seen, Lindeman wanted to reject the notion that education is preparation for life — something that occurs at a particular stage.

raise the profile of learning for democracy;•