Adult Education @ 21st Century: Global Futures in Practice and Theory

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Twenty-one international adult educators contribute 17 chapters exploring contemporary dilemmas created for adult educators by the ideological, historical, and localizing practices of globalization. They examine presumptions about neo- conservative globalism because of its limited perspectives on the ideas, contexts, systems, and practices of adult education, proposing instead an alternative view affirming the work of adult educators as activist innovators. Coverage includes examinations of neo-conservative globalism; literacy, language, making meaning, and reflexivity; practitioner development; and adult learning, technology, and work. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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  • ISBN-13: 9780820461106
  • Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 299

Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables
Acknowledgments
Preface
Ch. 1 From the "Wall of Shame" to September 11: Whither Adult Education? 3
Ch. 2 Global/Local Education for Adults: Why is it a Must for the 21[superscript st] Century? 21
Ch. 3 Global Restructuring: New Challenges to the Political Economy of Knowledge 37
Ch. 4 Questioning Developmental Globalism: Threats to Language and Ecological Sustainability 55
Ch. 5 Multicultural Meaning Makers: Malaysian Ways with Words and the World 71
Ch. 6 Adult Educators' Talk: Responding to the Challenges of Linguistic Normativity 89
Ch. 7 Reflexive Theory Building "After" Colonialism: Challenges for Adult Education 107
Ch. 8 Performing Identities: A New Focus on Embodied Adult Learning 121
Ch. 9 Adult and Vocational Educators: Their Changing Work and Professional Development 137
Ch. 10 The Work of Adult Literacy Teachers 153
Ch. 11 Educating Adult Researchers: Mitigating Neo-conservative Globalism and Mediating Eco-cultural Sustainability 165
Ch. 12 Technological Literacy for Adults: Insights from Malaysia 191
Ch. 13 On-line Supplementation of Adult Education: A Change in Pedagogy and a Pedagogy of Change 203
Ch. 14 Learning Reflexively: Technological Mediation and Indigenous Cultures 221
Ch. 15 People's Power against the Empire: Re-framing Work-related Teaching/Learning 237
Ch. 16 Learning in Complexity: Work and Knowledge in Enterprise Cultures 253
Conclusion: Pedagogies of Global/Local Hope: Disobedience in the Face of Globalism 269
List of Contributors 287
Index 293
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