An important and original study...a book which will prove stimulating from beginning to end for all those with an interest in lifelong learning. --Journal of Philosophy of Education
I would recommend this book for its succinct summary of the main issues related to lifelong learning, for its challenges to some beliefs about the impact of social, economic and cultural changes on individuals and organisations, and for its consistent and sometimes passionate (and compassionate) argument throughout. --Studies in continuing Education
An authoritative and compelling account (that)provides a broad vista in a few pages... fluent and highly accessible. --Higher Education Review
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