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A method of functional adult education: several models for investigation


, : A method of functional adult education: several models for investigation. El estudio del medio para la educacion funcional de adultos: algunos modelos de instrumentos de investigacion: xiii + 82

This booklet deals with some research models for the study of functional adult education, based on the author's field experiences with the use of operational seminars in rural areas of Mexico.


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