Social capital, lifelong learning and Australian occupational Travellers: Implications for regional, rural and remote education

Beverley Moriarty, Geoff Danaher, Patrick Alan Danaher

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Abstract

This paper examines lifelong learning according to alternative understandings of capital. The authors argue that a more nuanced and contingent conception of capital is needed to understand the lifelong learning of Australian occupational Travellers. The paper considers implications of this argument for lifelong learning in regional, rural, and remote locations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLifelong learning
Subtitle of host publicationwhose responsibility and what is your contribution?
Place of PublicationRockhampton, Qld
PublisherCQUniversity Press
Pages246-252
Number of pages7
ISBN (Electronic)187667475X
Publication statusPublished - 2004
Event3rd International Lifelong Learning Conference - Yeppoon. Central Queensland,Australia, Australia
Duration: 13 Jun 200416 Jun 2004

Conference

Conference3rd International Lifelong Learning Conference
Country/TerritoryAustralia
Period13/06/0416/06/04

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