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By Hayden Roberts

Starting with the speculation that grownup schooling in a sector is formed by way of its dominant social philosophy or tradition, the historical past and tendencies of grownup schooling in Canadian provinces, Alberta and Quebec, are contrasted.

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Notes Toward the Definition of Culture. London: Faber and Faber. Federal Cultural Review Committee. 1981. Speaking of Our Culture. Ottawa: Federal Cultural Review Committee. Government of Canada. 1970. British North America Act: Revised Statutes of Canada. Ottawa: Queen's Printer. International Commission on the Development of Education. 1972. Learning to Be. Paris: UNESCO Press. L. and Kluckholm, C. 1952. Culture. New York: Vantage Books. Ministere de 1'Education. 1976. L'Education Au Quebec en 1976.

The trend against which this effort is directed is indicative of a reality increasingly evident in adult education: the programs and policies lying behind those programs are based not so much on needs felt Basis of Comparison 43 by learners and potential learners as on needs ascribed by the authorities who provide the resources for the programs—by those who shape social philosophy and the institutional structures that implement that philosophy. Houle has drawn attention to this important distinction between felt and ascribed needs (1972:233).

1974. " Studies in Adult Education, vol. 6, no. i. Jackson, K. 1970. " Studies in Adult Education, vol. 2, no. 2. Jackson, K. and Lovett, T. 1971. A. ), vol. 44 no. 2. M. 1962. Philosophical Issues in Adult Education. : Charles C. Thomas. R. , eds. 1978. Coming of Age. Toronto: Canadian Association of Adult Education. Knowles, M. 1962. The Adult Education Movement in the United States. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1973. The Adult Learner: A Neglected Species. Houston: Gulf Publishing.

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