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The supervisory relationship is at the heart of the institutional and interpersonal structures that make up graduate education, but it is rarely problematized (publicly) or used as a site for the analysis of university adult education. This article results from the challenge issued by a...
Many theorists have proposed models to explain career development. The appropriateness of these models for women and minority groups, however, has been widely criticized. Changes in the composition of the workforce, including the increased number of minority professionals in majority...
Drawing on the Cervero and Wilson theory of program planning as the negotiation of interests, the purpose of this study was to examine the utility of the distinction between meta-negotiation and substantive negotiation. A case study approach was used to examine a continuing education course in...
A group learning intervention was carried out with a group of women incarcerated in a Texas state penitentiary. The author found that empathic practices typically learned and employed by female inmates in prison are limited to those containing a strong cognitive component. On the other hand, the...
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