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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Foundations of Lifelong Education : Studies in Lifelong Education.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
R H Dave
|ISBN:||9781483153254 1483153258 1322462402 9781322462400|
|Description:||1 online resource (389 pages).|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Foundations of Lifelong Education; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Introduction; CHAPTER 1. FOUNDATIONS OF LIFELONG EDUCATION: SOME METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS; 1. Educational Challenges and Lifelong Education; 2. Genesis of the Present Study; 3. Objectives and Scope of the Study; 4. About Methodological Aspects; 5. Composition of the Study Team; 6. Working Procedure; 7. Nature of the Content; 8. General Operational Steps; 9. Summary; Notes; Appendix I; Appendix II; CHAPTER 2. LIFELONG EDUCATION --
SOME PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS; 1. Origin of Lifelong Education. 2. The Present Situation of Lifelong Education and Future Strategies3. The Problem of Overcoming Alienation by Means of Lifelong Education; 4. The Prospects for Man in a Society Centred upon Production and Consumption; 5. Humanism and the Philosophy of Lifelong Education; Notes; CHAPTER 3. HISTORICAL STUDIES AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF LIFELONG EDUCATION; 1. The Emerging Concept of Lifelong Education; 2. History and Lifelong Education; Notes; Additional Sources; CHAPTER 4. THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF LIFELONG EDUCATION: A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE; 1. Sociology and Lifelong Education. 2. Outline of a Sociological Theory of Lifelong EducationNotes; References; Appendix: Four Prospective Types (or Models) of Social System; CHAPTER 5. SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON LIFELONG EDUCATION; 1. Structure of the Analysis; 2. A Challenge to Modern Education; 3. Defects of Present Educational Systems; 4. Characteristics of Lifelong Education; 5. Psychological Basis of Lifelong Education; 6. Implications for Curriculum; References; CHAPTER 6. ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF LIFELONG EDUCATION; 1. Introduction; 2. The Approach; 3. Substantive Areas and Themes. 4. The Anthropological View of Schools and Education5. The Existential Self and Global Problems; 6. Survival Environments; 7. Technology and Built Environments; 8. Growth and Life Cycles; 9. Primates and Foraging Societies; 10. Alternative Life Styles; 11. Communication; 12. Commitment and Human Scale; 13. Acculturation and Enculturation; NOTES; ADDITIONAL SOURCES; GLOSSARY; CHAPTER 7. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LIFELONG EDUCATION; 1. Introduction; 2. Lifelong Education in the Perspective of ""Human Resources"" Theories. 3. Elements of an Alternative Approach to the Economic Aspects of Lifelong EducationNotes; CHAPTER 8. ILLUSTRATIVE CONTENT ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS; 1. General Purposes of the Chapter; 2. Analysis and Synthesis of the Foundation Content; 3. Intradisciplinary Analysis; 4. Interdisciplinary Synthesis; 5. Suggestions for Further Analysis; 6. Suggestions for the Use of the Findings; 7. Some Implications for Further Studies; 8. In Conclusion.
|Series Title:||Studies in lifelong education.|
|Responsibility:||edited by R.H. Dave.|