Adult Learning and Education - 1st Edition

Adult Learning and Education

1st Edition

Editors: Kjell Rubenson
Imprint: Academic Press
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As individuals and societies try to respond to fundamental economic and social transformation, the field of adult learning and education is rapidly getting increased attention and new topics for research on adult learning have emerged. This collection of articles from the International Encyclopedia of Education 3e offers practitioners and researchers in the area of adult learning and education a comprehensive summary of main developments in the field. The 45 articles provide insight into the historical development of the field, its conceptual controversies, domains and provision, perspectives on adult learning, instruction and program planning, outcomes, relationship to economy and society and its status as a field of scholarly study and practice.

Key Features

  • Saves researchers time in summarizing in one place what is otherwise an interdisciplinary field in cognitive psychology, personality, sociology, and education
  • Level of presentation focuses on critical research, leaving out the extraneous and focusing on need-to-know information
  • Contains contributions from top international researchers in the field
  • Makes MRW content affordable to individual researchers

Readership

Researchers in the area of adult learning and education

Table of Contents

Introduction

Adult Education

Rewriting the History of Adult Education: The Search for Narrative Structures

Lifelong Learning

Adult Learning, Instruction, and Program Planning

Adult Learning

Adult Learning: Philosophical Issues

The Adult Development of Cognition and Learning

Characteristics of Adult Learning

Adult Learning and instruction: Transformative-Learning Perspectives

Adult Learning in a Biographic Perspective

Adult Learning, Instruction and Programme Planning: Insights from Freire

Workplace-Learning Frameworks

Organizational Learning

Informal Learning: A Contested Concept

Program Planning

Domains provisions and participation

Adult Basic Education – A Challenge for Vocational Based Learning

Adult Literacy Education

Citizenship and Immigrant Education

Labor Education

Popular Adult Education

University Adult Continuing Education – the Extramural Tradition Revisited

Community Based Adult Education

Continuing Professional Education: Multiple Stakeholders and Agendas

Displaced Workers, Unemployed, and VET

Museums as Sites of Adult Learning

Learning Cities and Regions

The Age of Learning: Seniors’ Learning

HIV Education for Low-Literate People: Transforming Students and Communities through Paulo Freire’s Praxis and the Pedagogy of Action

Overview of Lifelong Learning Policies and Systems

Financing of Adult and Lifelong Learning

Provision of Prior Learning Assessment

Portfolio Assessment

Participation in Adult Learning

Barriers to Participation in Adult Education

Perspectives in Adult Education Research

Trends in Workplace Learning Research

Gender Analysis

Class Analysis in Adult Education

Race and Ethnic

Details

Language:
English
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780123814906
Paperback ISBN:
9780081014998

About the Editor

Kjell Rubenson

Reviews

As individuals and societies try to respond to fundamental economic and social transformation, the field of adult learning and education is rapidly getting increased attention and new topics for research on adult learning have emerged. This collection of articles from the International Encyclopedia of Education 3e offers practitioners and researchers in the area of adult learning and education a comprehensive summary of main developments in the field. The 45 articles provide insight into the historical development of the field, its conceptual controversies, domains and provision, perspectives on adult learning, instruction and program planning, outcomes, relationship to economy and society and its status as a field of scholarly study and practice.