Lifelong Learning in Europe

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Ellu Saar, Odd Bjorn Ure
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013 - 432 strani
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'Saar, Ure, and Holford have offered the definitive statement on the increasingly crucial area of lifelong learning across a vast range of European nations. The volume is far more than a collection of isolated and independent case studies, but is ins
 

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Introduction
1
PART I Conceptual considerations
23
national policies from the European perspective
25
overview and extension of different typologies
46
towards a comparative framework
82
PART II Country studies
115
4 Has lifelong learning policy and practice in Scotland promoted social inclusion?
117
New Labours Learning Age 19972010
140
dynamics and inertia in formal adult education in Austria
232
institutional factors and equality of access of adults to formal and nonformal educaiton
258
11 Why are the participation rates in lifelong learning so low in Hungary?
280
the case of Bulgaria
304
13 Formal adult education in the context of the transforming labour market in Russia
327
towards increasing employability and social cohesion or neither?
350
Estonian experience
372
lifelong learning as a social field and entrance point to policymaking for education and training
397

the role of community adult education in widening participation for traditionally marginalized groups in Irish society and beyond
165
growing against the stream?
187
motivation and institutional support in Norwegian education and training
206
Appendix
402
Index
405
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