The aim of this series is to present critical, historical and comparative research in the field of vocational and continuing education and human research development, seen from a pedagogical, organisational, economic and societal perspective. It discusses the implications of latest research to contemporary reform policies and practices. One central issue reflected in all publications is gender. A basic feature of all volumes is their cross-cultural approach.
The series has a firm basis in the international research network VET and Culture (Vocational Education and Training and Culture;
) and the editors invite distinguished researchers from Europe and other continents to contribute to the series.
Studies in Vocational and Continuing Education
includes monographs, collected papers editions, and proceedings.