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Group work and facilitation skills: A feminist evaluation of their role in transformative Adult and Community Education. Volume 1

Connolly, Brid (1999) Group work and facilitation skills: A feminist evaluation of their role in transformative Adult and Community Education. Volume 1. In: Women and Education in Ireland. MACE, Centre for Adult and Community Education, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland., pp. 109-130.

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Abstract

This chapter comprises a feminist evaluation of groupwork, which underpins many processes in adult education , community development and non-theraputic self-help groups, but in particular, the women's community education movement. This movement had ben well documented in many forms (for example, by Aontas, the Adult Education organisation; the Combat Poverty Agency; and Connolly, L. (1996), Connolly, B. (1997), O'Neill, (1992), among others). However I want to look at the assumptions and values that underpin the way in which this education is carried out.

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: Group work; feminist evaluation; adult and community education;
Subjects: Social Sciences > Adult & Community Education
Item ID: 269
Depositing User: Suzanne Redmond Maloco
Date Deposited: 03 Mar 2006
Journal or Publication Title: Women and Education in Ireland
Publisher: MACE, Centre for Adult and Community Education, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
Refereed: Yes
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