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av Guðrún Jònsdòttir
An important discovery is that Anna sees scientific knowledge as important for understanding concept and conditions of human existence. But Anna does more than saying that natural science is important ...
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av Therese Marie Andrews og Venke Frederike Johansen
The importance of promoting equality between boys and girls has been incorporated into Norwegian educational plans since 1974. In this article we investigate how the principle of equality is put into ...
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av Wenche M. Rønning
Adults who participate in flexible, higher education, and study off-campus, experience several challenges. This study situation allows a fair amount of freedom and flexibility, but demands a high degree ...
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av Silwa Claesson
The aim of this article is to meet the critique directed towards empirical phenomenological life-word studies. I give an example of life-world research by describing three different studies ...
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av Hallvard J. Fossheim
Aristotle’s theory of ethical learning does not, in spite of what interpreters tend to think, depend primarily on punishment and associative habituation. In contradistinction to production, action requires an ...
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av Andreas Nordin
Within the European Union the concept of lifelong learning is put forward as one of the main solutions for the member states to cope with globalisation and its effects. Against ...
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av Lejf Moos
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