ANDRAGOGY AND ARTS PROGRAMMING: FACILITATING GENERATION XERS IN POSTMODERN JUDEO-CHRISTIAN CHURCHES

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Title: ANDRAGOGY AND ARTS PROGRAMMING: FACILITATING GENERATION XERS IN POSTMODERN JUDEO-CHRISTIAN CHURCHES
Author: Burkhalter, Heather Leann
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine whether andragogical practices were a useful means for the delivery of arts and cultural programs to Generation Xers in postmodern Judeo-Chirstian church settings. The data gathered in this study provided a much-needed base of information to assist leaders in facilitating and connecting with Generation Xers. It was determined that it was desirable for individual leaders in postmodern Judeo-Christian churches to know more about their own attitudes and approaches to learning.
Description: Advisor: Gaylene Carpenter, 104 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/226
Date: 2002-12


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