Jarvis begrippenlijst

Jarvis begrippenlijst

Jarvis, P. (2006). Lifelong learning and the learning society. volume 1, Towards a comprehensive theory of human learning. London; New York: Routledge.

action 6, 15, 19, 35, 81, 84, 90-1, 110-16, 126, 145-56, 171, 172, 177, 181-2, 183, 192
action learning 110, 154-6
activity 165-7
Adam, B. 70
Adorno, T. 124
adult 187
alienation 112
Alheit, P. 32
Allman, P. 89
Analects 160, 203
andragogy 73, 186-8
anxiety 178, 180, 181
Apter, M. 14, 46
Argyris, C. 54, 90-1, 104, 154, 171-3
Aristotle 99
artificial intelligence 35-6
Aslanian, C. 136
attitudes 88, 96-7, 170, 171
authenticity 123-5, 135, 138, 174, 176, 185-6, 198
autodidaxy 128
autonomy 53, 124, 126-9, 138, 185, 191, 198
awareness 75, 77-8, 170
Bandura, A. 125-6, 151-2, 181
Bartlett, F. 117
Bateson, G. 162-3, 165, 166
Bauman, Z. 26, 45, 47, 63, 65, 151
Beaty, L. 155
Beck, U. 153
becoming 5, 6, 87, 119-20
behaviourism 24, 35, 67, 146-51, 153, 186, 189, 191, 194, 195, 198
being 4, 5, 6, 66, 81, 87, 119-20
being able 30
being-in-the-world xi, 6, 7, 13-16, 38-9, 70, 117, 130, 133, 138, 191
Belenky, M. 46-7, 59, 73, 123
belief 82, 89-90, 93-5, 98
Benner, P. 114
Berger, P. 57
Bergson, H. 5, 16, 23, 37, 43, 52-3, 66, 72, 73, 74, 120, 178
Biggs, J. 135
biography 15, 71, 73, 94, 160, 187
Birren, J. 137
Blasi, A. 46
body 7, 10, 37-42, 114, 196
body-mind 18, 22-3, 130, 157, 195-6, 199
B00th, S. 77, 169-70
Borger, R. 146, 147, 149, 150
Botkin, ]. 61, 94
Boud, D. 99, 189-90
Bourdieu, P. 63
brain 7, 34, 40-2, 46, 48, 130-1, 177-8; and mind 178-9
brainstorming 102
brainwashing 61-2
Brickell, H. 136
Brockbank, A. 15, 155, 156
Brookfield, S. 104
Bruner, ]. 14, 35
Buber, M. 14
Caffarella, R. 145
Candy, P. 128
capital: cultural 63; social 63
capitalist market 54
Cattell, ]. R. 26, 40, 117
Cell, E. 109-10, 113, 142, 176, 177, 190-2, 193
Chalmers, D. 36-7, 43, 71-2, 77, 82
change 5
Cheng, X. 90
Chiang, M. 158-9
Chinese learner 23, 24, 116, 158, 169
Chomsky, N. 157-8
Chu, H. 158
circadian rhythms 40
Claxton, G. 140-1, 142
Club of Rome 61
cognition 88-108, 152, 157-76; definition 157
Cole, M. 163
Coleman, J. 63
Collins Dictionary 70-1, 108
community 115
competency 21-2, 68, 114
comprehensive framework xi-xii
comprehensive theory 194-200
computer 6, 35-6, 44, 57, 108, 133, 179
conditioning: classical 146-9; operant 146-9, 191
confidence 152
conformity 96
Confucian heritage 104, 115, 158, 201
Confucian philosophy 158-60, 165, 168, 194, 197
Confucius 23, 58, 112, 115, 135, 136 137, 145, 157, 181, 199, 202
conscience 96
consciousness 18-19, 27, 43-4, 52, 61, 71-2, 87, 111, 116, 180, 192, 196
contemplation 10, 23, 110, 149, 166, 169, 175
Cooper, D. 5, 7, 124-5
Cote, J. 123
Coyle, C. 130-1
Crabbe, J. 33
Crane, T. 118, 121
Cranton, P. 87
creative thinking 102-4
creativity 79, 112
critical thinking 102-4
Csikszentmihalyi, M. 180
culture 14, 34-5, 54, 55-63, 74, 81; Asian 92
Cusack, S. 40, 131
Dahlgren, L.-O. 168
data 90
Davies, K. 140
daydreaming 100, 105
decision making 104
Delors, ]. 119
Descartes, R. 5, 33, 49
desire 100
development 79, 159, 162-3
Dewey, J. 3, 70, 73, 99, 109, 184-5, 188
diet 40
directed thinking 105
disjuncture 7, 15, 19, 21, 24, 26, 27-30, 49, 53, 54-5, 66, 73,
77-8, 81, 83, 93, 97, 106, 112, 124, 126, 137, 148, 151, 167,
171, 172, 174, 176, 180-1, 182, 193, 201
dissonance 7, 97
DNA 39
doing 18
Dollard,]. 151
Dominice, P. 14, 32
Dreyfus, H. 114
Dreyfus, S. 114
dualism 7, 33-4, 37
durée 16, 52-3, 66, 72, 180
education 141, 184
efficacy 125-6, 152
effort 115-16
emancipation 103
emotional intelligence 178
emotions 6, 7, 12, 19, 28, 72, 99, 108-10, 116, 150, 174-5, 177-
83, 190; definition 177
Engestrom, Y. 79, 160, 165-8, 173
Entwistle, N. 137
Erikson, E. 47, 136-7
espoused theory 54, 113
esteem 123; self 123
European Commission 140, 142
European Year of Lifelong Learning 140
existence 5, 6, 16, 93, 124
existentialism 3, 4, 5-8, 93, 145, 185, 192
experience 4, 6, 7, 10, 11-12, 14, 17, 27, 38, 43-4, 50, 70-118,
119-32, 152, 169, 170, 174, 181, 182, 184-5, 187, 188, 189;
episodic 17, 72, 73-4, 185; incidental 24; primary 84; sec-
ondary 85; social construction of 11; transforming 17-25, 87-
118, 197; varieties of 84-5
experiential learning 184-93, 194; types of 191, 192-3
experimental learning 10, 112, 172, 188
expert 22, 68, 104, 114-15, 199
faith 33, 93-4; development 94
Falk, P. 38
Faure Report xi, 190
feeling 6, 18, 177, 189
Feigenbaum, E. 201
Field, ]. 140
Fisher, R. 96
Fodor, ]. 157-8
formal learning 18
Fowler, ]. 93-4, 162
Frankfurt School 103, 124
free will 126-8, 135
freedom 126-7, 186-7, 194
Freiberg, H. 185
Freud, S. 44, 49, 90, 98, 118, 196
Fromm, E. 80-1, 127, 131
functionalism 35-6, 108
fundamentalism 94
Gadamer, H.-G. 101, 110
Gagné, R. 170-1
Gardner, H. 39-40, 41-2, 117, 131
Geertz, C. 93
Gehlen, A. 55-6
gene 39
generalisation 106
generalised other 45
Gergen, K. 42
Gestaldt 145, 161
Giddens, A. 56
Gilhooly, K. 97, 99, 103, 104, 105
globalisation 54, 55, 56, 63, 65,
Goffman, E. 129
Goleman, D. 108-9, 110, 175, 176, 177-83, Z03
Gouldner, A. 55
Great Learning 160, 203
Greenfield, S. 34
Habermas,]. 5-6, 16, 53, 88, 154, 173, 174
Hall, C. 178
Hammond, C. 131
Handy, C. 98
harmony 27, 29, 49, 77, 97, 137, 162, 176, 180
Harré, R. 14, 32-3, 37, 46, 122, 130
Heidegger, M. 4, 98, 111, 124
Heller, A. 25
hermeneutics 101-2, 120
hero 92
Heron, ]. 189, 203
history: external 67, 81, 92; internal 67-9, 81, 92
Hodgkiss, P. 18, 37,43
Holzman, L. 42
Houle, C. 32, 50, 201
Hsun, T. 135
Hull, C. 146, 148
human learning 3-31; philosophy of 3-31
humanity xii, 194, 198, 199, 200
Husserl, E. 6, 81
hypothesis 100, 105
I-Thou 14-17, 52, 64, 78, 87, 134, 136, 137, 152, 164, 179, 199, 201
identity 25, 46-8, 51, 58, 60, 87, 94, 116-17, 122-3, 134; capital
122-3; social 46, 122, 129-30
ideology 93
Illeris, K. 6, 24, 31, 162-3
imagination 103
imitation 29, 151-2, 166, 172
inauthenticity 149, 174, 191
individualism 59
individuality 58, 77, 79
indoctrination 61-2
information 90
instinct 55-6
instruction 170
intelligence 26, 40, 117
inter-disciplinary 4, 41-2, 52, 165
interest 78-80,
interpersonal relationships 14-17, 26, 43, 52, 56, 64, 88, 101-2, 119, 125, 137-9, 179-80
Ivy, G. 130-1
James, D. 130-1
Jarvis, P. 8-13, 19, 21, 24, 26, 32, 34, 36, 38, 42, 59, 94, 98, 111-12, 113, 125, 130, 137, 145, 152, 159, 168, 169, 171, 178, 179, 188, 193, 196, 199, 201, 202, 203
Jenkins, R. 51, 129-30
judgment 177
Kagan, I. 138
Kant, E. 70
Keddie, N. 59
Keller, H. 39
Kelly, G. 106
Kennedy, P. 24, 90
Keogh, R. 189
Kirkegaard, S. 67
knowing 89-90
knowledge 30, 45, 68, 89-92, 100, 170; Chinese understanding
90; definition 90; how 30, 90; legitimation of 91; that 90
Knowles, M. 73, 185, 186-8
Koestler, A. 103
Kohlberg, L. 95-6, 127, 162
Kohler, W. 161
Kolb, D. 8-11, 21, 106, 138-9, 154, 155, 185, 188-9
Kyung Hi Kim 115, 159, 160, 202
language 14, 45, 57-8, 79
Lave, ]. 61, 152
learning: biology of 38; definition 12-13, 18, 27, 147, 150-1,
168, 174, 184; double loop 172-3; dysfunctional 191; focused
79; functional 191; in the workplace 153, 195; incidental 25;
innovative 6; maintenance 61; non-reflective 22, 57; purpose-
ful 25; region 171; self-directed 19, 128; single loop 172; situ-
ated 56, 191, 195; skills of 113-14; social 151-4; styles 137,
196; theory 196; transcendent 191; transituational 191; types
of 10, 12, 27-30
learning organisation 4, 65, 141, 153, 167
learning process 12
learning society 152
Le Cornu, A. xii, 201
LeDoux, J. 178, 203
Lee, W. O. 23, 58, 136, 158-9, 160
Levene, C. 123
Levinas, E. 44, 77, 134-5, 199, 202
Levinson, D. 137
Levitas, R. 100
Levvin, K. 145
life 133-4, 199
life long 136-7, 184
life history 12, 119, 148
life story 14
life transition 136
life world 14, 19, 20-1, 44-5, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 162, 163, 171, 179, 187
lifelong learning xii, 26, 133-42; definition 132-4, 140
Lifton, R. Jay 62
liminality 60
Lindley, R. 127
Liu Wu-Chi 1 12, 203
Locke, ]. 18, 38, 75, 122, 145, 157, 188, 197
Loevinger, ]. 46
Longworth, N. 140
Lowe, E. 36
Luckmann, T. 5, 15, 19, 45, 46, 52, 53, 56, 71
McAdams, D. 14, 32, 46, 49, 125-6
McCorduck, P. 201
McGill, I. 154, 155, 156, 192-3
MacMurray, ]. 6
Maquarrie, J. 5, 6, 7
Marcel, G. 7
Marsick, V. 155
Marton, F. 27, 77, 83, 102, 116, 137, 159, 168-70
Marx, K. 165, 166
Maslin, K. T. 33, 35, 36
Maslow, A. 48-9, 77, 123, 188
me 46
Mead, G. 6, 14, 43, 45, 46-7, 56, 58, 179
meaning 7, 20, 25, 35, 45, 53, 57, 74, 80-3, 161, 168, 169, 174;
deep 83; perspectives 174; surface 83
measurement 146, 150, 195
memorisation 10, 29, 38, 101-2, 116, 122, 152, 158, 159, 189
memory 12, 19, 44, 48, 73, 116-18, 119-20, 161, 171, 182, 187, 202; longterm 116-17
Merriam, S. 145
Merton, R. 111, 159
metaphysical 8 1
Mezirow,]. 82, 87, 99, 173-5, 176, 189, 191
Miller, N. 151
mind 6, 7, 38, 42-6, 48, 114, 178
mind-body relationship 14, 30, 33-7, 114, 131, 149
mind-brain identity 34-5, 178
modelling 151-2
Mondale Act 140
mood 181-2
morality 198
Moser, P. 98, 103, 106
motivation 49, 68, 77-8, 81, 112, 180-1
multi-disciplinary perspective 13
musing 105
nature 55, 164
nature-nurture 39
nervous system 39-40
Newman, F. 42
Nietzsche, F 37, 124, 149
non-consideration 10, 12, 28-9
non-learning 10, 27-8, 66, 78, 100, 115, 153, 182
non-reductive monism 36-7
non-reflective learning 10, 29, 57, 84, 124, 170-1, 178
Noonan, H. 122
novice 114-15
Nyiri, J. 25, 68
Oakeshott, M. 16, 73, 197
O’Neil,J. 155
O’Neill, C. 47
Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development 140, 142
Ormrod,J. 117, 148, 152, 161
O’Sullivan, E. 59, 64, 87
pain 72, 82-3,
Parker, S. 13, 21, 24, 34, 38, 39, 59, 94, 178, 199
Pavlov, 1. 146-8
pedagogy 85
perception 72, 78-80, 121-2, 161, 176
person 6, 10, 11, 22-6, 32-51, 88, 106-8, 119-32, 150, 155,169, 170, 179-80, 186, 194, 195-7, 198; definition 32-3
person-in-the-world 13-1 6, 194-5
perspective transformation 173, 191
perspectives 88, 173
Peters, R. 124, 126-7
Peterson, R. 140
Piaget, J. 26, 88-9, 96, 127, 162, 167, 202
planning 12, 81, 97, 99-101
Plato 33, 136
play 45, 165
Polanyi, M. 25, 90
Popper, K. 90
power 85, 93, 159, 166
practical knowledge 30, 73, 84, 154
practice 10, 113, 172
pragmatism 93, 155, 173
Pragnanz 161
re-conscious learning 10, 11, 18, 24, 25, 28, 30, 43-4, 49, 54,57, 64, 68, 75, 77, 84, 184
presumption 10, 27-8, 65, 66, 92, 112, 115, 128, 153
principles 95
problem-based learning 190
problem solving 104, 170
Putnam, R. 63
questioning 158-9, 201
rationality 36, 49, 93, 97-8, 106, 171
reality 161, 162
reasoning: deductive 105-6; inductive 105-6
reflection 12, 38, 81, 98-9, 158, 172, 173-4, 189
reflective learning 10, 29-30, 171
reflective practitioners 30, 154
rejection 10, 12, 28-9
religion 110
repetition 20-1, 24, 67-8, 112, 116, 152, 159, 169
Revans, R. 154, 155
Riegel, K. 89
risk 104; society 153
ritual 112, 115
Rogers, C. 32, 49, 86, 185-6, 191, 193
role 60
Rousseau,J.J. 59, 157, 197
Royal Society of Arts 140
Ryle, G. 30, 34, 103
sage 92, 94, 135, 160
saints 92, 94
Saljo, R. 83, 102, 168
Savicavic, D. 187
scepticism 103
Scheler, M. 92, 93
Schilling, C. 38
Schon, D. 30, 54, 104, 154, 155, 171-3
Schroyer, T. 124
Schuller, T. 63, 123, 131
Schutz, A. 6, 15, 19, 27, 52, 53, 73, 78, 81, 82, 111
Scribner, S. 163
Seaborne, A. 146, 147, 149, 150
Searle, J. 36
self 14, 25, 33, 42, 46-8, 58, 72, 109, 110, 116-17, 122-9, 160, 169, 173, 177, 190-1
self-directed learning 19
Selman, R. 88, 162
sensations 19, 20-1, 38, 43, 74-5, 170, 173, 179
senses 17-18, 38-9, 50, 74
sensory preconditioning 148
Shakespeare, W. 131
Sheehy, G. 137
Simpson, L. xii, 24, 67-8, 76, 112, 159, 169, 200
Singer, J. 105
skills 21-2, 29, 68, 75, 84, 110, 166
Skinner, B. 146-9
social context of learning 52-69
socialisation 21, 47, 147, 174; primary 56-9, 101, 179; secondary 60-1
society 199, 202
Socrates 92
space 54, 55, 63-5; physical 63-4; social 64-5
Stein, J. 178
Stern, W. 14, 40-1
Sternberg, R. 106
Stikkers, K. 92
stimulus-response 146-9, 164, 170-1, 191
Strauss, A. 6, 14, 43, 45, 56, 179
Stroobants, V. 175-6
styles of thinking 106-8
superstition 36, 98
supervenience 36-7
support group 154
tacit knowledge 25, 90, 113
Taylor, C. 33, 202
technology 67
theory 105-6, 113, 172
theory-in-use 54, 172
thinking 6, 18, 29-30, 34, 97-8, 181-2; styles of 106-8; types of 101-6
Thompson, W. 40, 131
Thorndike, E. 146
T illich, P. 96
time 16, 54-5, 65-9, 70, 74, 79, 92, 102, 122, 154, 180; flow of 14, 66, 72, 77, 97, 100, 133-4, 148, 180, 182
Toennies, F. 63
Tough, A. 128
transformation 17-25, 44, 119-32, 168, 170, 173
transformative learning 173-4, 175-6
trial and error 167
truth 90-2, 94
Turner, B. 38
Turner, R. 60
Turner, V. 60
unconscious 44, 120, 196
undirected thinking 105
utopia 100
Values 95-6
Van Gennap, A. 60
villages of experiential learning 192-3
Virtual reality 75-6
Virtue 96
Vygotsky, L. 22, 26, 43, 79, 158, 162-5, 166
Wagner, H. 78
Walker, D. 189
Wallis, G. 102-3
Wang Yangming 158-9
Watkins, D. 135
Watson, J. 146
Weil, S. 192-3
Wenger, E. 61, 152
Wertheimer, M. 161
Wildemeersch, D. 175-6
Wilkin, H. 138
Williamson, B. 5, 53
Wilson, J. 62
Winch, C. 157, 158, 196
wisdom 68, 92
Yeaxlee, B. 139
Zhu Xi 58, 158, 159
zone of development 79
zone of proximal development 164-5, 167
zones of relevance 78

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