Adult Education and the Challenges of the 1990s
Originally published in 1987, this book focuses on the areas of labour and employment education, the environment and ecological education, peacemaking and peace education, intercultural relations and multicultural education, education in the developing world and the changing role of the university and technological innovation. This international collection of essays examines the relationship of adult education and learning to some of the major dilemmas of late 20th century society and looks at the contribution of adult education.
Table of Contents
1. Adult Education: Movement and Discipline Between the Golden Sixties and the Iron Eighties Walter Leirman 2. Productivity and Time: A Reflection About the Future Tamas Palasthy 3. Education, Production Development and Technological Innovation Ettore Gelpi 4. Perspective of an Environmental Oriented Economy Theo Potma 5. Ecological Education A Failing Practice? Or: is the Ecological Movement an Educational Movement? Marianne Gronemeyer 6. Peacemaking in the Community, The Nation and the World Paul Wehr 7. Peace Education: Learning How to Transform a Life-world Threatened by Violence Walter Leirman 8. Multicultural Societies in North-Western Europe Eugeen Roosens 9. Multicultural Education As a Task of Adult Education: Observations From Canada and the Federal Republic of Germany Joachim Knoll 10. The Moral Base of Development Louis Baeck 11. Dialogue Towards Development and the Development of Dialogue Antonio Faundez 12. The University and Adult Education: the Newest role and Responsibility of the University Jindra Kulich 13. Training Systems for Future Adult Educators Borivoj Samolovčev 14. Adult Education and the Computer Thomas Keenan