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Lifelong Learning and Literacy in Process of Historical Change: A Turkish Experience

Jazyk: EN

Zveřejnil(a) Hakan YANDIM

Abstract This study identifi es factors which contributed to the development of lifelong learning and literacy in Turkey from 1923 to 2010. Whilst a brief historical review is given of a range of policies which have aff ected the fabric of literacy in Turkey, this article invites society to think about lifelong learning, literacy and libraries as a concept, a process, and environment. The research was based on the survey and historical methods, and used the range of diverse primary information sources. Important questions that the research attempts to answer are: How does the pattern of literacy as a concept in process of historical change contribute to the development of basic skills? What role did the contemporary factors play in the development of lifelong learning, literacy and libraries? What had been the impacts of educational and cultural policies relating to Turkey? What eff ects did they have on the subsequent Turkish cultural life? The results of this article explore and suggest the motivational activities. Keywords: Libraries, Lifelong learning, Literacy, Culture, Turkey

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Pondělí, 1 Listopad, 2010
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