International Journal of Education and Ageing:
Purpose and scope
Across the world people are living longer and many are reaching later life better educated than their predecessors, whilst the significance of a lack of education is also being recognised. Concepts of work and disengagement from work are changing on an international basis. Understandings of the relationship between ageing and learning have become more sophisticated. Politicians and policy makers are increasingly concerned with the quality of later life and the contribution education can make to that quality, as society ages.
There is an increasing volume of research, scholarship, critical comment and analysis on education, learning and ageing becoming available. This is developed and disseminated world-wide through conferences, consultations, projects, reports and presentations and in large research and development programmes that feature later life learning. Underlying research questions call on the full range of disciplines, theories and bodies of practice.
The time is right for a journal that brings together the best of international research, scholarship and practice on education, learning and ageing in a critical and accessible manner.
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Journal subscriptions for existing AEA members:
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Subscriptions cover three issues and are renewable annually
The first issue of International Journal of Education and Ageing was launched at our conference on Thursday 22nd July 2010.
Volume 1 (Issues 1, 2 and 3) is complete and is available online to existing subscribers only.
For a list of articles carried in Issue 2, please click here. IJEA Issue 2
For a list of articles carried in Issue 3 please click here IJEA Issue 3
For a list of articles Volume 2 Issue 2 please click here IJEA Vol 2 Issue 2
Volume 2 Issue 3 is currently in preparation and will be published in hard copy shortly.
Guidelines for submissions
Initial information for potential contributors can be found in the leaflet above. For full details of guidelines for submissions please click here: Guidelines for submissions
For further information please contact the Journal Administrator, Sasha Anderson, e-mail email@example.com
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