This book demonstrates how processes of globalization (economic, cultural, socio-political) are creating new possibilities and inequities and are thereby creating corresponding roles for adult education and learning in the South (Africa, Asia, South America) that are embedded in multiple political, economic and cultural projects for social change.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan US|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2009|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Dip Kapoor is an associate professor, International Education, in Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta
Table of ContentsGlobal Perspectives on Adult Education; A.A.Abdi & D.Kapoor Globalization and Adult Education in the South; E.Shizha & A.A.Abdi Indigenous African Knowledges; L.Semali Mwalimu's Mission: Julius Nyerere (Adult) Educator and Philosopher of Community Development; C.Minha & A.A.Abdi Globalization, Dispossession and Subaltern Social Movement Learning; D.Kapoor Paulo Freire and Adult Education; P.Mayo Freire and Popular Education in Indonesia: INSIST and the Indonesian Volunteers for Social Transformation (Involvement) Program; A.Nuryatno Nonformal Education, Economic Growth and Development: Challenges for Rural Buddhists in Bangladesh; B.Barua East Meets West, Dewey Meets Confucious and Mao: A Philosophical Analysis of Adult Education in China; S.Guo The Role of Continuing Education in Zimbabwe; M.Kariwo Popular Education and Organized Response to Gold Mining in Ghana; V.Kwaipun Popular Education, Hegemony, and Street Children in Brazil: Towards an Ethnographic Praxis; S.Veissiere & M.Diversi Citizens Educating Themselves: The Case of Argentina in the Post-Economic Collapse Era; L.D'Elia Freirian Analysis of the Process of Conscientization in the Argentinian Madres Movement; C.Baltodano Adult Education and Development in the Caribbean; J.Walrond