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Robert Townsend

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Resumen

El vínculo que hay entre la población y la diversidad cultural, los procesos de inclusión social, el desarrollo del capital social y la educación de adultos es único y proporciona la oportunidad de ampliar el debate del capital social para asegurar que sea más que simple terminología retórica y política. El capital social tiene el potencial de ser un marco determinante para examinar las comunidades diversas y complejas del siglo XXI en Australia y otros lugares del mundo, y las políticas, organizaciones y prácticas que contribuyen a la inclusión y la exclusión social en el contexto de las comunidades.

Keywords

Educación de adultos - australia, diversidad cultural, capital socialEducación de adultos - Australia, diversidad cultural, capital socialEducação de adultos – austrália, Diversidade cultural, Capital socialEducación de adultos - Australia, diversidad cultural, capital social

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Townsend, R. (2009). Australian adult education and its impact on diversity, social inclusion and social capital. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 1(2). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/MAGIS/article/view/3386
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