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The purpose of the study was to compare practitioners' opinions concerning knowledge and skills needed by future adult educators with those of professors. The sample population of practitioners was 78 NUCEA members who were deans or directors of continuing education. Practitioners, through two...
Benefit segmentation is a market research technique which groups people according to benefits expected from a program offering and identifies each group's program offering preferences and demographic characteristics. This information facilitates responsive program design and effective...
An analysis is undertaken of what governs knowledge production in the discipline of adult education. The study indicates that the claim for growing intra-disciplinary importance of adult education research has been accepted too readily. The territory of adult education has been defined mainly...
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