Shedding ideas about older men’s learning
Despite approximately equal numerical involvement by gender in formal and non-formal education and training in most European countries (Eurostat, 2009), other data confirm that older men in most natio...
Professor Barry Golding has recently (in 2013) been Associate Dean, Research, School of Education & Arts at University of Ballarat, Australia; leader of the RAVE (Researching Adult & Vocational Education) Group and Manager of the ‘Men’s learning beyond the workplace’ International Research project. In 2014 he remains a full time Professor at Federation University. Aside from being an active, international researcher in the area of men’s learning and wellbeing, he is a proud voluntary Patron of the Australian Men’s Shed Association and Vice President of Adult Learning Australia. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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