Submission Purpose

Graduate Student Award Application

Type of Proposal

Paper: Empirical

Abstract

Empirical civic engagement research based in a South American context. Participants included adult learner populations engaged in revolutionary protests that opposed private for-profit education in Chile. Findings were higher order Spiral Dynamic Theory thinking at the for-profits and lower civic engagement.

Keywords

Civic Engagement, Educationness, International Adult Education, Memetics, Spiral Dynamic Theory

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FINAL_Table 2_Correlation Matrix (Supplementry Table).pdf (119 kB)
Table 2

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SDT Brief Construct Descriptions

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Using Spiral Dynamic Theory for Adult Civic Engagement Research and Social Justice Education

Empirical civic engagement research based in a South American context. Participants included adult learner populations engaged in revolutionary protests that opposed private for-profit education in Chile. Findings were higher order Spiral Dynamic Theory thinking at the for-profits and lower civic engagement.