Nonformal Education and Civil Society in Japan (Routledge Critical Studies in Asian Education) (英語) ハードカバー – 2015/9/15
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'This volume provides an integrated view of how learning in Japan occurs outside of schools, from kindergarten to universities for the elderly. It explores how migrants and indigenous minorities cope with public schooling through non-formal means, and offers a rare look at the role that religious organizations sometimes play in Japanese society.' - Professor Gerald Le Tendre, Pennsylvania State University, USA
'Non-formal education is often a neglected area of scholarly investigation. Yet, it occupies significant space and importance in everyday life in our contemporary society, providing all generations with alternative learning opportunities. This book will be a unique contribution that highlights the interface between formal and non-formal education and provides readers with multilayered understanding of learning in post-industrial Japan.' - Professor Ryuko Kubota, University of British Columbia, Canada
'As a whole, this collection certainly demonstrates the significant role played by various kinds of nonformal education in Japanese society.The individual essays generally provide a useful and up-to-date picture of the topic with which they deal, usually including a broad overview as well as a short case study.' - Susan D. Holloway, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Kaori H. Okano is Professor in Asian Studies/Japanese, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.