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The Primordial Link: HRM and Workplace Learning
The link between human resource management (HRM) and workplace learning is more often as not ignored if not assumed in the work and learning and adult education literature. The purpose of this paper is to critically examine ...
Labour Education as Adult Education: Linking the CASAE Experience as Theory and Practice
Labour Education as Adult Education: Linking the CASAE Experience as Theory and Practice It has been suggested that over the next eighteen months CASAE members review the 30 years of CASAE existence and as part of that ...
Canadian adult education and work and learning research
Canadian Adult Education and Work and Learning Research The purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the contributions to Canadian work and learning research from a review of the Canadian Association for the Study of ...
Work, Learning, Inequality and the Academy
This paper will look at the connections between work, learning and inequality and apply these understandings to the academy as a worksite. (Theorizing from the literature) Introduction The connection between “work and ...
Making Inequality Visible in Management Education, the Academy and the Global Workplace
Neoliberalism The neoliberal argument is essentially an economic and political philosophy advocating free markets, deregulation, privatization of public assets, more unencumbered free trade, and less government “interference” ...
Representing Race in the Public Sphere – Contrasting the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) with research presented via Edmonton Public Library Theatre
(British Sociological Society Annual Conference, in Leeds University, UK, April 23-25, 2014, 2014-03-11)
The purpose of this paper is to explore the ways in which “race” or ethnicity has been, and can be, represented in Canada and to make a number of other observations that challenge the “Central/Eastern” representation of ...