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The one factor that all adult education agencies, programs, and professionals have in common is that all deal with adults in learning situations. Perhaps that is why there has been more theory building in adult learning than in other areas of adult education. It is the adult learner, after all,...
The phenomenon of self-directed learning has received considerable research attention from adult educators. This review of the literature seeks to analyze and categorize both data-based and conceptual articles. The following framework emerged from the review: verification studies; nature of the...
One of the best known conceptualizations of dropout in adult education is Boshier's congruence model. This model, however, based largely on self concept incongruency variables, has been criticized for its psychological reductionism. In addition, the model's generalizability has been questioned...
The movement for institutions of higher education and industry to form linkages in order to provide education for employees in the American workplace has increased recently. However, virtually no information exists about preferences of corporate training managers, effective training sources, nor...
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