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Entrepreneurial achievement or social action? — Differing rationales of adult education programs for value and attitudinal change

Leistungsmotivation Oder Soziales Handeln? Unterschiedliche Rationale Für Erwachsenenbildungs-Programme Zür Veränderung Von Werten Und Einstellungen

Motivation Entrepreneurielle Ou Action Sociale? Differents Exposes De Programmes D'Education Des Adultes En Vue De Changements De Valeurs Et D'Attitudes

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Rivera, W.M. Entrepreneurial achievement or social action? — Differing rationales of adult education programs for value and attitudinal change. Int Rev Educ 19, 419–446 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00597673

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  • Education Program
  • Social Action
  • Adult Education
  • Attitudinal Change
  • Differing Rationale