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From interviews of 253 adults and teachers of adults in Canada, the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and the United States, five conceptions of teaching emerged: Engineering–Delivering Content; Apprenticeship–Modeling Ways of Being; Developmental–Cultivating the Intellect;...
The purpose of this article is to review the rites of passage concept; to describe the rites developing among reentry women in both university and home environments; and, finally, to discuss the purposes of and necessity for such rites. Nineteen adult women students were interviewed in depth on...
Critical educational science is an emerging adult education research orientation that preserves while at the same time supersedes empirical-analytic and intrepretive research traditions. This supersession/preservation is explored through an examination of the philosophical foundations of each....
In the Spring, 1992 issue of AEQ, Phyllis Cunningham reviews, inter alia, my recent book, Transformative Dimensions of Adult Learning (Jossey-Bass, 1991). This book presents a comprehensive learning theory and analyzes the dynamics of how adults learn. Cunningham makes several erroneous...
Peters, J., Jarvis, P., and Associates. (1991). Adult Education: Evolution and Achievements in a Developing Field of Study. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
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