Group work and facilitation skills: A feminist evaluation of their role in transformative Adult and Community Education. Volume 1.
Women and Education in Ireland.
MACE, Centre for Adult and Community Education, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland., pp. 109-130.
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.
||Group work; feminist evaluation; adult and community education;
||Social Sciences > Adult & Community Education
Suzanne Redmond Maloco
||03 Mar 2006
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||Women and Education in Ireland
||MACE, Centre for Adult and Community Education, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
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