Three perspectives on active citizenship in lifelong and life-wide education research
Nick Zepke gives an overview of current research on active citizenship, outlining historical and current views on lifelong and life-wide learning.
Nick Zepke, an Associate Professor of adult education in the Institute of Education at Massey University in New Zealand, works at undergraduate and postgraduate levels with teachers of adults. His research interests are divided between learning and teaching in higher and further education and taking a critical approach to studies of lifelong education and futures. Contact: N.Zepke@massey.ac.nz
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