This cross-cultural comparative study will obtain knowledge and develop understanding about the conceptualizations of learning held by senior adults from two cultural backgrounds: Hong Kong and Australia. It will examine the differences, as well as commonalities, of their conceptualizations of learning, their involvement in elder learning, and important learning issues including interests, instructional preferences, as well as facilitators and barriers to participation in the two different cultural contexts.
|Effective start/end date||01/10/12 → 30/09/14|
- cross-cultural, elder learning, senior adults, Hong Kong, Australia
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