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Title: Perspectives on lifelong learning in the Mediterranean
Authors: Formosa, Marvin
Keywords: Continuing education -- Malta
Older people -- Education
Adult education
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: Mediterranean Journal of Education Studies. 2005, Vol.10(1), p. 113-114.
Abstract: This publication constitutes an edited collection of papers arising from the ‘Lifelong Learning in the Mediterranean Conference’ that was held in Malta in September 2003. The idea of lifelong learning has long been a central catchword in educational studies. Although its definition is often fluid and its usage diverse, lifelong learning is generally used to refer to our efforts in creating a society where everybody is learning all the time. Lifelong education is thus understood as an institutional movement, a politico-institutional project and even as a discourse on social change but never, of course, as a pedagogy.
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