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Show simple item record Fragoso, Antonio Formosa, Marvin 2015-02-13T10:00:57Z 2015-02-13T10:00:57Z 2014
dc.identifier.citation Fragoso, A., & Formosa, M. (2014). Discussion and conclusion. In M. Radovan, & S. Jelenc Krasovec (Eds.), Older men learning in the community : European snapshots (pp. 99-107). Ljubljana: Ljubljana University Press and University of Algarve
dc.identifier.isbn 9.78961E+12
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dc.description.abstract The learning partnership on older men learning was primarily an opportunity for researchers from different countries to establish a path for a future common understanding of the interface between masculinities and older adult learning, taking as our point of departure our determination to focus on the role of community and informal learning settings in the lives of older men. Project leaders decided not to take a rigid approach to or engage in a unified coordination of the cases being studied. Basically, each partner decided freely which approaches were best suited to each context. Sometimes driven by curiosity and sometimes by our desire to learn more about the relatively unknown locations of leaning for older men learning in our own countries, we considered diversity to be of outmost importance in our exploratory attitude towards a field of inquiry as of yet almost completely unexplored.
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dc.publisher University of Ljubljana
dc.rights info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.subject Older people -- Education
dc.subject Continuing education -- Malta
dc.subject Population aging
dc.title Discussion and conclusion
dc.title.alternative Older men learning in the community : European snapshots
dc.type bookPart
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