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Title: The History of the Democratic Adult Education Movement in Spain
Author: Oliver, Esther
Tellado, Itxaso
Yuste Munté, Montserrat
Larena Fernández, Rosa
Keywords: Educació d'adults
Història de l'educació
Política educativa
Justícia social
Adult education
History of education
Educational policy
Social justice
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Teachers College, University of Columbia
Abstract: Traditional adult education in Spain treated the learner as a mere object that could be shaped by the educator. Although current practices of the democratic adult education movement in Spain reveals a completely opposite standpoint on adult education, there has been little analysis of the several influences converging and complementing one another to form the historical antecedents for the creation of the democratic adult education movement that emerged in the turn of the century, in 2000, in Spain
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It is part of: Teachers College Record, 2016, vol. 118, num. 4, p. 1-31
ISSN: 0161-4681
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Sociologia)

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