International perspectives on comparative analysis
policy and practices in adult education
Keywords:policies of adult education, practices of adult education, comparative analysis in education
This thematic issue of Sisyphus aims at contributing to understanding diversity, fragmentation and complexity of comparison in adult education research, focussing on policy and practices developed in different parts of the world. The articles to be include in this issue are the outcome of the vivid discussion held in the INTALL Adult Education Academy 2021, promoted by the University of Würzburg, when the COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on every ones’ lives, in special in those attending this educational initiative. Joined by more than 60 students and 20 teaching staff from higher education institutions of 5 continents, the INTALL Adult Education Academy is a significant event to reflect critically about adult education comparison when a health situation constrained and still constrains mobility and face-to-face teaching.
Fejes, A., & Nylander, E. (2019). Mapping out the Research Field of Adult Education and Learning. Switzerland: Springer.
Finger, M., & Asún, J.-M. (2001). Adult Education at the Crossroads: Learning our Way Out. New York: Zed Books.
Foley, G. (2004). Dimensions of Adult Learning. Adult Education and Learning in a Global Era. Crows Nest, New South Wales: Allen & Unwin.
Rubenson, K., & Elfert, M. (2019). Examining the “weak” field of adult education. In A. Fejes & E. Nylander (Eds.), Mapping out the Research Field of Adult Education and Learning (pp. 15-32). Switzerland: Springer.
Salling Olesen, H. (2001). Lifelong learning – a political agenda! Also a research agenda? In 8th Conference on “Adults Learning Mathematics”. Roskilde, Denmark.
Sava, S., & Novotny, P. (2016). Researches in Adult Learning and Education: the European Dimension. Florence: Firenze University Press.
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