Learning in Social Action: A Contribution to Understanding Education and Training
by Griff Foley
This book seeks to increase our understanding of those non-educational contexts and informal circumstances in which people learn. Adult educators, Professor Foley argues, ought not to neglect the importance of the incidental learning which can take place, in particular, when people become involved in voluntary organisations, social struggles, and political activity of ever...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published July 16th 1999 by Zed Books
(first published 1999)
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