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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/2749

Title: The changing nature of work and lifelong learning in the new economy: national and case study perspectives
Authors: Livingstone, David W.
Keywords: changing nature of work
change
economic development
education work relationships
educational needs
educational philosophies
educational policies
employment qualifications
government roles
housework
informal education
job skills
knowledge levels
labor needs
lifelong learning
national surveys
on-the-job training
participation
underemployment
volunteers
Canada
employment
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Centre for the Study of Education and Work, OISE/UT
Series/Report no.: WALL Working Paper;1
Abstract: The first WALL Working Paper describes the National Survey on the Changing Nature of Work and Lifelong Learning in the New Economy and 12 National Case Sties on pertinent topics, and describes the theoretical background as well as research network organization and operational plans for project realization. This project is based on a wide array of previously conducted studies and a comprehensive literature review. Proposed methodology integrates often-opposed quantitative and qualitative approaches to sociological research
URI: http://www1.oise.utoronto.ca/research/wall/resources/wallwp01.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/1807/2749
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