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  • Learning in later life: a bicultural perspective from Aotearoa/New Zealand

    Findsen, Brian (Routledge, 2016)
    This article is concerned with how learning in later life has been constructed and practised by the two most numerous ethnic groups in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Pākėhā (Europeans) and Māori (Indigenous people). It is argued ...
  • Learning in later life: Benefits and challenges for volunteers and agencies

    Findsen, Brian (Bentham Science Publishers, 2016)
    This article explores the relationship between learning for older adults and volunteerism. It discusses how volunteerism among older adults may enhance their learning and the kinds of benefits and challenges they encounter ...
  • Learning later in life

    Findsen, Brian (Stylus Publishing, 2017)
    The phrase "learning in later life" has assumed major significance for educators and allied professionals in their efforts to understand the dynamics of learning for older people across the globe. In earlier times, the ...
  • Older adult education in a New Zealand university: Developments and issues

    Findsen, Brian (The Association for Education & Ageing (UK), 2014)
    This article explores a case study of educational provision for older adults in the context of continuing education in one of New Zealand’s universities. It explains how developments in older adult education at the University ...
  • Older adult education in two universities: A comparison in the New Zealand and Scottish contexts

    Findsen, Brian; Mark, Rob (Sage, 2016)
    This article examines the character of older adult education provision in two univer- sities at opposite ends of the globe. The universities of Waikato (New Zealand) and Strathclyde (Scotland) are analysed in terms of ...