Despite recent increased attention to girls in education, women have been ignored in theories of adult learning. Both academically sound and accessible, this book addresses women's educational experiences and ways of learning.
The contributing authors, Ann K. Brooks, Daniele D. Flannery, Elisabeth Hayes, Jane M. Hugo, and Elizabeth J. Tisdell , are some of the leaders in the adult education field; they examine culture, social contexts, and politics of power.
This is a thorough look at women learning in school, the workplace, and the community, as well as at home.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 423-0001|
|Publisher: Jossey-Bass Publishers|
|Series: Josey-Bass Higher & Adult Education Series|
|Place of Publication: San Francisco, USA|
|Year of Publication: 2000|
|Format: hard cover|
|Size: 6.25 x 9.25 inches, portrait|
|Length: 280 pages|