Journal Contents: International Journal of Adult Education and Technology (IJAET)

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Volume 12 (2021)
Issue 1
Article 1
Toward a Critical Theory of Transformative Learning: Learning From Oskar Negt (pages 1-16)
Ted Fleming (Teachers College, Columbia University, USA)
Article 2
The Ontology of Adult Learning: Reading Habermas' Knowledge and Human Interests (pages 17-39)
Michael R. Welton (Athabasca University, Canada)
Article 3
An EEG Study on Students' Learning in Practical and Theory-Based Hospitality Courses (pages 40-60)
Liwei Hsu (National Kaohsiung University, Taiwan), Yen-Jung Chen (National Kaohsiung University, Taiwan)
Issue 2
Article 1
The Importance of Qualitative Methods in Mixed Methods Studies (pages 1-17)
Jacquelynne Anne Boivin (Bridgewater State University, USA)
Article 2
Guidelines for Conducting a Critical Realist Case Study (pages 18-30)
Deepak Saxena (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India)
Article 3
Contextualizing Action Research (pages 31-46)
Emmanuel Adugu (University of the West Indies, Barbados)
Article 4
Impact of Industry-Academia Collaboration on Student Satisfaction in Vocational Education and Training (pages 47-62)
Garimidi Siva Sree (National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India), P. Ramlal (National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India)
Issue 3
Issue 4
Volume 11 (2020)
Issue 1
Article 1
A Rational Society?: Student Protest, Politics and the Relevance of Jürgen Habermas (pages 1-23)
Howard A. Doughty (Seneca College, Toronto, Canada)
Article 2
Kazakhstani E-Learning Practice in Higher Education: The Key Trends and Challenges (pages 24-44)
Kamchat Yessenova (Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan), Judith Parker (Columbia University, New York, USA), Zuhra Sadvakasova (Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan), Akmaral Syrgakbaeva (Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan), Gainiya Tazhina (University of International Business, Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Article 3
Introducing Information and Communication Technology Training for Rural Women in South Africa: Innovative Strategies for the Advancement of Livelihoods (pages 45-59)
Sampson Tawiah (University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa), Itumeleng I Setlhodi (University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa)
Article 4
Influence of Non-Formal Education on Entrepreneurship Skill Development Among Rural Farmers in Ikwerre Local Government Area, Rivers State (pages 60-70)
A.U. Nnodim (Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria), P. D. Aleru (Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria)
Issue 2
Article 1
The Development of a Doctoral Program CoP and Its Members (pages 1-13)
Carol A. Olszewski (Cleveland State University, Cleveland, USA), Kyle A. Znamenak (Cleveland State University, Cleveland, USA), Toni M. Paoletta (Cleveland State University, Cleveland, USA), Catherine A. Hansman (Cleveland State University, Cleveland, USA), Matthew L. Selker (Cleveland State University, Cleveland, USA), Karie A. Coffman (Cleveland State University, Cleveland, USA), Keli B. Pontikos (Cleveland State University, Cleveland, USA)
Article 2
Profound Learning: An Exploratory Delphi Study (pages 14-23)
Michael Kroth (University of Idaho, Boise, USA), Davin J. Carr-Chellman (University of Idaho, Moscow, USA)
Article 3
Disillusioned by Experience: An Examination of the Role of Conceptual Change Frameworks in Workplace Learning Resistance (pages 24-39)
Jonathan E. Taylor (Auburn University, Auburn, USA), Steven B. Frye (Tennessee Tech University, Auburn, USA)
Article 4
Time to Re-Conceptualize the Role of Secondary Schools in New Zealand: Looking to the Future in Technology Education (pages 40-56)
Elizabeth Reinsfield (University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand)
Issue 3
Article 1
Teaching for Critical Thinking (pages 1-21)
Stephen Brookfield (University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, USA)
Article 2
Article 3
Reducing Personal Business Failure Trauma for Students in Entrepreneurship Classes (pages 36-48)
Inaya Sari Melati (Universitas Negeri Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia), Kerry Lee (Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand), Nina Farliana (Universitas Negeri Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia), Raeni Raeni (University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK)
Article 4
Ensuring Quality of a Large-Scale Online Assessment for Nursing Students in the 21st Century: A Case Study (pages 49-65)
Emily Ng K.L. (School of Professional and Continuing Education, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong & Hong Kong Community College, Hong Kong)
Issue 4
Qualitative Research as a Means of Exploring and Transforming the Experience of Adult Education
Guest Editorial Preface
Aaron Samuel Zimmerman (Texas Tech University, USA)
Article 1
An Introduction to Case Study Methodology: Single Case and Multiple Case Approaches (pages 1-11)
Stacey Sneed (Texas Tech University, USA), Chau H. P. Nguyen (Texas Tech University, USA), Chrissy L. Eubank (Texas Tech University, USA)
Article 2
Valuing Indigenous Research Paradigms in the Context of Language Acquisition (pages 12-20)
Jennifer Adele Morrison (Texas Tech University, USA)
Article 3
Participatory Action Research as/in Adult Education: Offering Three Methods Anchored in Vivencia, Praxis, and Conscientization (pages 21-33)
Meagan Call-Cummings (George Mason University, USA), Melissa Hauber-Özer (George Mason University, USA)
Article 4
Using Qualitative Inquiry and Self-Study to Make Sense of Data Use Practices in Teacher Education (pages 34-44)
Jahnette Wilson (University of Houston, USA), Sam Brower (University of Houston, USA), Teresa Edgar (University of Houston, USA), Amber Thompson (University of Houston, USA), Shea Culpepper (University of Houston, USA)
Article 5
Advancing Community-Engaged Teacher Education Through Narrative, Poetry, and Performance (pages 45-56)
Aaron Samuel Zimmerman (Texas Tech University, USA)