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Studies which have attempted to assess literacy behavior on the basis of universal standards have failed to account for the variance in literacy demands of differing social contexts. This study examined the literacy behavior of 132 elderly blacks in a large city environment, a population of...
This study, part of an emerging meta-research tradition in adult education, examined characteristics of and variables associated with the acceptance of abstracts submitted to the Adult Education Research Conference in 1978, 1979, and 1980. A 41-item instrument was used to assess "internal"...
This research reports the development and testing of a practical instrument-the Self-Description Questionnaire (ABE/ASE form)-that can readily be used by teachers to identify the psychosocial factors which may be major contributors to the learning problems experienced by low-literate adults. The...
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