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Theory And Principles Of Adult Education

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Theory And Principles Of Adult Education
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Publisher: Sarup & Sons
ISBN/ASIN: 8176251305
ISBN-13: 9788176251303
Number of pages: 358

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The main topics covered in this book are: Theory and principles of adult education; The field of adult education; Purpose of adult education; Adult education for employment; Target groups; Socially isolated groups; Occupational groups; Thematic variations in adult education.

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