International Perspectives in Different Countries
Strategies of Modernization and their Effects on Configurations of Adult Education – Theoretical Assumptions and Empirical Findings
As a social subsystem, adult education and lifelong learning are subject to constant change. By using the term “change” focus is on social, cultural, and economical framework conditions. Against the background of these framework conditions, changes in configurations of adult education and lifelong learning are analyzed. In contrast, the term “modernization” is used when the focus is on targeted reforms of national and supranational political and civil society actors.
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