Resource Centre

Resource Centre

The EPALE Resource Centre is a bank of materials that will help keep you up to date with adult education best practices and reference documents.

We publish case studies of innovative adult education approaches, reports and policy documents as well as magazine and newspaper articles.

You will also be able to find open education resources as well as training and learning materials so you will always have access to the best tools to help you in your everyday work.


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ABSTRACT In the world, when it is looked through women’s status, it is clearly noticed that they remain in background in comparison with men. The situation is the same in Turkey. The number of illiterate women is more than the number of illiterate men. Education is the first key to women’s equality with men. Educated women will be able to protect their politic and legal rights on their own by getting strong in terms of economics. The aim of this study is to come up with solution offers by revealing the problems experienced at women’s education. That's why, five female and four male postgraduate students at the field of Lifelong Learning and Adult Education and have the class of women’s education at a university which is located in Western Black Sea region took part in this study group. The study group has been selected according to the easily available sample method. The views have been collected as written through semi-structured interview questionnaires from the participants at the mid-term exam. The data have been examined and content analysis as well as findings have been presented by determining codes and themes. As a result, it is clearly understood that the present problems about women’s education continue and certain solutions for these problems need to be offered and put into practice. Key words: Woman, women’s education, sexist approaches, disadvantageous groups *This study was produced from the verbal announcement which was presented at International Social Studies Education Symposium (USBES6-2017).
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