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Title: Soziale Netzwerke und Übergänge im Lernen
Author(s): Field, John
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Editor(s): Vater, S
Kellner, W
Jütte, W
Sponsor: Economic and Social Research Council
Citation: Field J (2011) Soziale Netzwerke und Übergänge im Lernen. In: Vater S, Kellner W & Jütte W (eds.) Erwachsenenbildung und Sozialkapital. Studies in Lifelong Learning, 4. Vienna: Lit Verlag, pp. 33-49.
Keywords: lifelong learning, transitions, life course, social capital
Issue Date: 2011
Date Deposited: 22-Aug-2013
Series/Report no.: Studies in Lifelong Learning, 4
Abstract: The chapter reviews recent research into social capital and adult learning, and presents findings from a recent life history study of British adults. It then concludes with a discussion of the ways in which adults manage their social networks in order to cope with transitions.
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