Examining Adult Learning Through the Lens of Culture: A U.S. Perspective

Susan Yelich Biniecki, Haijun Kang

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/RA.2014.009


Badanie kształcenia osób dorosłych w ujęciu kulturowym w perspektywie Stanów Zjednoczonych

Zagadnienia zawarte w prezentowanym artykule dotyczą analizy wykorzystania aspektów kulturowych w literaturze Stanów Zjednoczonych. Artykuł porusza i skupia się na czterech obszarach literatury. Dotyczą one oceny krytycznej historii kulturowych własnych i innych osób, wykorzystanie społeczno-kulturowych podejść używanych do ułatwienia lub naprowadzenia uczenia się dorosłych, rozwijanie i utrzymywanie dialogu, oraz wprowadzenie strategii w celu poprawy świadomości kulturowej i kompetencji ludzi. W artykule zawarto sugestie możliwych obszarów dla przyszłych badań.

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uczenie się osób dorosłych; kultura; Stany Zjednoczone

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