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Jihyun Kim
Thomas Valentine

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This session (a) describes current practices in adult education for immigrants in South Korea and (b) seeks to collaboratively develop a research agenda for those interested in investigating the role of adult education research in supporting the individual and societal adaptations necessary for supporting multiculturalism in a society once characterized by homogeneity of cultural and strong social cohesion.

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Jul 11th, 9:04 AM

Investigating Adult Education for Immigrants in South Korea

This session (a) describes current practices in adult education for immigrants in South Korea and (b) seeks to collaboratively develop a research agenda for those interested in investigating the role of adult education research in supporting the individual and societal adaptations necessary for supporting multiculturalism in a society once characterized by homogeneity of cultural and strong social cohesion.