Author Index

iiz/dvv - publications - editorial

(Figures are issue, year and page numbers)</p> <p> <strong>A.R.P.R.I.M.,</strong> Twelve Years of Experience in the Struggle against Illiteracy, 31, 1988, <br /> 71-76 <br /> <strong>Abbi, Poonam, </strong> empowering civil society, 57, 2001, 173-190 <br /> <strong> Abeje, Haile Yesus</strong>, Turning a Dream into Reality: Universal Learning Opportunities, <br /> 17, 1981, 21-26 <br /> <strong> Abourjaili, Khalil,</strong> The Role of Research and Training in Promoting Development in <br /> Regions Devastated by War: the Experience of ILDES, 50, 1998, 79-83 <br /> <strong> Abraham, Metseheit</strong>, The Development and Piloting of Village-based Adult Education <br /> in Ethiopia: a Replicable Methology, 51, 1998, 131-154 <br /> <strong> Acci&oacute;n Popular,</strong> Cooperative Games in Social Popular Word, 25, 1985, 105-111 <br /> <strong> Acharya, Binoy/Verma, Shalini,</strong> Participatory Training for Promotion of Social Development, 47, 1996, 357-371 <br /> <strong> ActionAid/Oxfam,</strong> Education for All: a Compact for Africa, 54, 2000, 139-156 <br /> <strong> Adames, Robert,</strong> Environmental Movement: &ldquo;We must be Creative or we are Lost&rdquo;, <br /> 39, 1992, 265-271 <br /> <strong> Adams, David, </strong> The Culture of Peace: the UNESCO Perspective, 49, 1997, 53-56 <br /> <strong> Adams, Milton N., </strong> Instruction Media in African Traditional Education, 29, 1987, 9-20 <br /> <strong> Adebisi, Abdul-Rauf, </strong> Experience of a French Adult Educator, 42, 1994, 109-112 <br /> <strong> Adekanmbi, Gbolagade, </strong> The University of Botswana&lsquo;s Outreach Response to Promoting Flexible Learning Opportunities, 51, 1998, 155-176 <br /> <strong> Adekoya, Adebola, </strong> Environmental Education in Adult Literacy Programmes in Nigeria, <br /> 37, 1991, 69-74 <br /> <strong> Adewale, Lere,</strong> Self-help Project in Rural Communities: The Case of Ijede in Nigeria, <br /> 18, 1982, 1-7 <br /> <strong> Adiseshiah, Malcolm, </strong> adult education and inequality, 19, 1982, 61-72 <br /> <strong> Afemann, Uwe, </strong> looking for a connection, 57, 2001, 155-164 <br /> <strong> Agard, John, </strong> Non-formal Education for Rural Development in Papua New Guinea, <br /> 10, 1978, 40-47 <br /> <strong> Agba, Cyprian Peter,</strong> Twelve Years of Implementing Adult Literacy Policy in Kenya <br /> &ndash; 1979-1991, 39, 1992, 103-109 <br /> <strong> Aggor, R.A.,</strong> Adult Education for Illiterates in Developing Countries: Ideas from Ghana, <br /> 16, 1981, 93-97 <br /> <strong> Aggor, R.A./Akwayena, Chris, </strong> Traditional Methods of Educating the Chief in a <br /> Ghanaian Community, 29, 1987, 33-40 <br /> <strong> Ahmed, Manzoor,</strong> Myths and Realities of Literacy Efforts, 14, 1980 12-17 and 19, <br /> 1982, 189-191 <br /> <strong> Ahmed, Manzoor,</strong> economics of non-formal education, 49, 1997, 199-205 <br /> <strong> Ahohounkpanzon, Michel,</strong> the revolt of the dialects, 33, 1989, 167-185 <br /> <strong> Ahohounkpanzon, Michel, </strong> Thirst for Reading and Knowledge: Experience in the Field <br /> of Rural Press in the Atlantic Province of &ldquo;Benin&rdquo;, 39, 1992, 161-166 <br /> <strong> Ahtisaari, Martti,</strong> Democracy and Civil Society in the Europe of the Future, 53, 1999, <br /> 33-40 <br /> <strong> Ahumada Arenas,</strong> mario, home poultry-raising, 48, 1997, 217-226 <br /> <strong> Aikins F.,</strong> puppetry and drama in adult education, 12, 1979, 10-16 <br /> <strong> Aitchison, John W.,</strong> Literacy and Adult Basic Education and Training in South Africa: <br /> A Quick Survey, 53, 1999, 99-120
<strong> Aitchison, John W.,</strong> Adult Literacy and Basic Education: A SADC Regional Perspective, 60, 2003, 161-170 <br /> <strong> Akinpelu, J.A.,</strong> The Case for Adapting the Literacy Concept to the Needs of Rural <br /> Areas, 9, 1977, 3-5 <br /> <strong> Akpovi, Samuel U./Johnson, Donald C.,</strong> Community Health Action Improves Farmers&lsquo; Welfare, 20, 1983, 21-26 <br /> <strong> Akyea, E. Ofori, </strong> barriers to development dialogue, 13, 1979, 91-97 <br /> <strong> Alam, Kazi Rafique, </strong> Operational Definition of Literacy for Assessment Purposes: Literacy to Meet Basic Learning Needs, 61, 2003, 41-50<br /> <strong>alam, kazi, rafique, </strong>Ganokendra - An Innovative Model for Poverty Alleviation, Botswana Conference 2004, 63, 2004, 155-165 <br /> <strong> Alaoy/Leumer, Wolfgang/Rakotonaivo, Julien, </strong> Literacy is not a Bowl of Rice, 31, <br /> 1988, 9-20 <br /> <strong> Ali Ahmed, Abdel Aziz, </strong> literacy for development in sudan, 5, 1975, 10 <br /> <strong> Almazan-Khan, Mar&iacute;a Lourdes, </strong> Does EFA Stand for &ldquo;Except for Adults&rdquo;?, 55, 2000, <br /> 171-174 <br /> <strong> Almazan-Khan, Mar&iacute;a Lourdes, </strong> Reflections on the International Cooperation between <br /> ASPBAE and IIZ/DVV, 60, 2003, 97-102 <br /> <strong> Alphonso, G.,</strong> the training of barefoot doctors, 12, 1979, 13-45 <br /> <strong> Alvares, Claude,</strong> development against people, 13, 1979, 83-90 <br /> <strong> Ampene, Emanuel Kwasi, </strong> non-formal education in ghana, 8, 1977, 8-9 <br /> <strong> Ampong II, Nana Kwasi,</strong> Initiatives Concerning the Health Situation in a Small Town <br /> in Ghana, 10, 1978, 16-19 <br /> <strong> Anand, Anita, </strong> Rethinking Women and Development: The Case for Feminism, 26, 1986, 5-11 <br /> <strong> Antrobus, Peggy/Rogers, Barbara, </strong> Hanover Street: An Experiment to Train Women <br /> in Welding and Carpentry, 21, 1983, 75-77 <br /> <strong> Anyanwu, C.N.,</strong> Adult Education and the &ldquo;Operation Feed the Nation&rdquo; Programme in <br /> Nigeria, 10, 1978, 20-25 <br /> <strong> Apel, Heino, I</strong>ntegrated environmental adult education, 37, 1991, 55-67 <br /> <strong> Apel, Heino, </strong> Development, Environment and Sustainability &ndash; Changing Perspectives <br /> in Development-oriented Adult Education, 46, 1996, 125-142 <br /> <strong> Apel, Lydia/Niemann, Rolf, </strong> New Challenges in Development Education, 43, 1994, <br /> 246-255 <br /> <strong> Apelis, Ephraim T., </strong> Educating the Illiterate: Evaluation of the Southern Highlands <br /> Literacy Programme in Papua New Guinea, 31, 1988, 83-92 <br /> <strong> Api, Daouda, </strong> the magic word, extracts, 32, 1989, 103-106 <br /> <strong> Appiah-Donyina, Evelyn,</strong> Ghana&lsquo;s Annual New Year Schools: Five Decades of an <br /> Experiment in Adult Education, 54, 2000, 245-257 <br /> <strong> Appiah-Donyina, Evelyn, </strong> The Mass Media Support for Adult Population Education <br /> Project. Lessons from the Field, 52, 1999, 133-140 <br /> <strong> Appiah-Donyina, Evelyn,</strong> Gender Impact of HIV/AIDS/STIs: Some Implications for <br /> Adult Education Practitioners in West Africa, 59, 2002, 59-67 <br /> <strong> Aramendy, Ra&uacute;l,</strong> An Uninvited Speaker is Asked to Leave, but He Doesn&lsquo;t Go..., 47, <br /> 1996, 85-99 <br /> <strong> Aramendy, Ra&uacute;l, </strong> learning to fly, 53, 1999, 265-285 <br /> <strong> Arayici, Ali, </strong> The Present-day Problem of Literacy in Turkey, 31, 1988, 81-82 <br /> <strong> Archer, David, </strong> reflections on reflect in el salvador, 54, 2000, 259-282 <br /> <strong> Ariyaratne, Ahangamage Tudor,</strong> Sharing of Labour, 11, 1978, 30-36 and 19, 1982, <br /> 27-32 <br /> <strong> Ariyaratne, Ahangamage Tudor,</strong> five lessons and a goal, 34, 1990, 203-209 <br /> <strong> Aruha, Tar,</strong> Awareness and Involvement through Popular Theatre &ndash; the Igyura Experience, 23, 1984, 121-127 <br /> <strong> Asian Cultural Forum on Development (ACFOD),</strong> Code of Ethics of Development
Workers, 18, 1982, 50-52 <br /> <strong> Asiedu, Kobina, </strong> University-based Adult Education: Practical Perspectives in Functional Literacy in Ghana, 56, 2001, 147-159 <br /> <strong> ASPBAE, </strong> DVV-ASPBAE Partnership &ndash; Evaluative Review 1977-1980, 17, 1981, 11-20, <br /> 19, 1982, 289-298 and 60, 2003, 117-128<br /> <strong>aspbaeu/migrant forum in asia, </strong>The Impact of MSAI Adult Education Programme on Poverty Reduction, Botswana Conference 2004, 63, 2004, 145-153 <br /> <strong> Assembly of the Arhuaco People,</strong> &ldquo;Here we do not Speak of Peace....we Practice it <br /> and we Live it&rdquo;, 38, 1992, 87-90 <br /> <strong> ASSOCENE, </strong> Lessons from our Practice: A Manual of Participative Training, 34, 1990, <br /> 61-88 <br /> <strong> Az&eacute;vedo, Jo&atilde;o de,</strong> Mozambique: A New Kind of Rural Development Training Centre, <br /> 29, 1987, 165-175 <br /> <strong> Badu-Nyarko, Samuel,</strong> Volunteers in Adult Education: Lessons for Ghana, 48, 1997, <br /> 297-311 <br /> <strong> Bagnall, Richard G.,</strong> Participation by Adults: Some Traps for Development Educators, <br /> 32, 1989, 23-28 <br /> <strong> Bakker, Saskia, </strong> why women want to learn, 51, 1998, 51-66 <br /> <strong> Bakke-Seeck, Sigvor, </strong> Skills in the Informal Sector in Lima, Peru. An Empirical Study <br /> of Selected Production and Service Trades, 47, 1996, 191-206 <br /> <strong> Bakuza, M.J./Mahenge, S.T.,</strong> A Simple Duplicating Machine, 18, 1982, 85-90 and
31, 1988, 289-293 <br /> <strong> Balhen A., Jes&uacute;s, </strong> Notes on Literacy Efforts for 1990 &ndash; Criticism and Reflexions, 37, <br /> 1991, 194-201 <br /> <strong> Banda, John G., </strong> it&lsquo;s never too late to learn, 17, 1981, 72-75 <br /> <strong> Bandyopadhyay, Sandip,</strong> Education for Sex Workers &ndash; a Unique Experiment, 48, <br /> 1997, 101-109 <br /> <strong> Bangura, Mbade Soko, </strong> Traditional Education among the Limba, 29, 1987, 51-58 <br /> <strong> Bapat, Meera/Patel, Sheela, </strong> Beating a Path: Towards Defining Women&lsquo;s Participation, 41, 1993, 183-211 <br /> <strong> Barrientos Ignacio, Felix, </strong> memories of anguish, 39, 1992, 177-180 <br /> <strong> Barrow, R. Nita, </strong> Breast Feeding &ndash; a Myth or a Must?, 10, 1978, 26-32 and 30, 1988, <br /> 79-84 <br /> <strong> Barry, Ibrahima,</strong> Women, Literacy and Social Change: the Case of the &ldquo;Guilintico&rdquo; <br /> Women&lsquo;s Group in Gongor&eacute;, 55, 2000, 197-220 <br /> <strong> Bauer, Eberhard, </strong> Participatory Training of Extension Workers in Didactic and Diagnostic Skills, 44, 1995, 113-126 <br /> <strong> Bawagan, Aleli B.,</strong> The Mangyan Community &ndash; are they Living with or against&nbsp; Nature?, 41, 1993, 73-79 <br /> <strong> Bawtree, Victoria, </strong> ideas and action bulletin, 14, 1980, 118-120 <br /> <strong> Bediako, Thomas,</strong> statement, 55, 2000, 169-170 <br /> <strong> Bejarano, Marlene, </strong> The lmportance of the &ldquo;Laboratorio Did&aacute;ctico y Metodol&oacute;gico&rdquo; <br /> and its Influence on the Educational Institution, 7, 1976, 9-10 <br /> <strong> Bekkhar, Fatima, </strong> morocco&lsquo;s koranic schools, 31, 1988, 21-24 <br /> <strong> B&eacute;langer, Paul, </strong> Adult Education: the Learning Demand and the Existing Responses, <br /> 41, 1993, 225-238 <br /> <strong> B&eacute;langer, Paul,</strong> trends in adult education policy, 47, 1996, 19-29 <br /> <strong> B&eacute;langer, Paul, </strong> The Threat and the Promise of a &ldquo;Reflexive&rdquo; Society, 52, 1999,&nbsp; <br /> 179-195 <br /> <strong> B&eacute;langer, Paul/Blais, Madelaine, </strong> World Perspectives in Adult Education Research, <br /> 45, 1995, 5-22 <br /> <strong> B&eacute;langer, Paul/Falg&agrave;s, Rosa M., </strong> Adult Education and Aging. Trends and Critical <br /> Issues, 49, 1997, 161-164 <br /> <strong> Belay, Asressamegn Gebeyehu/Racuba, Um,</strong> The Other Side of the Coin, 32, 1989, <br /> 127 <br /> <strong>bengali social service league,</strong> Why Should We Become Literate?, 14, 1980, 1-5 <br /> <strong> Bensheimer Kreis,</strong> Give Priority to Fighting the Causes for Large Refugee Movement!, <br /> 40, 1993, 13-17 <br /> <strong> Bensheimer Kreis, </strong> Resolution on Environment and Development, 40, 1993, 147-162 <br /> <strong> Benzi Grupioni, Lu&iacute;s Donisete/Leal Ferreira, Mariana Kawall, </strong> What is a True Indigenous School? Indigenous Societies of Brazil in their Schools, 41, 1993, 7-18 <br /> <strong> Bergmann, Herbert, </strong> New Approaches to Farming in the Tropics, 27, 1986, 53-73 <br /> <strong> Bergmann, Herbert,</strong> what works and what doesn&lsquo;t, 59, 2002, 79-90 <br /> <strong> Beri, K.K., </strong> training of primary health care workers, 13, 1979, 16-17 <br /> <strong> Berlanga Gallardo, Benjamin, </strong> Design of Models of Bilingual-bicultural Education. <br /> Considerations Arising from an Educational Experience in the Sierra Norte of the <br /> State of Puebla, 41, 1993, 81-94 <br /> <strong> Bernard, Anne K.,</strong> women &ndash; the unknown quantity, 26, 1986, 17-21 <br /> <strong> Bertelsen, Paul, </strong> The Need for Literacy Consultations, Especially in Developing Countries, 29, 1987, 113-115 <br /> <strong> Berthet, &Eacute;tienne,</strong> a new role for teachers, 13, 1979, 55-63
<strong> Betts, Julia, </strong> Literacies and Livelihoods: the DFID Kathmandu Conference, 58, 2002, <br /> 61-66 <br /> <strong> Bhagia, Sushma, </strong> new strategies for literacy, exerpts, 32, 1989, 116-117 <br /> <strong> Bhalalusesa, Eustella Peter,</strong> Towards Sustainable Development through REFLECT <br /> Methodology in Tanzania: Major Trends and Lessons, 61, 2003, 51-60 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla,</strong> Peasants in Developing Countries are Conservative and Backword: <br /> Myth or Reality?, 12, 1979, 98-101 and 30, 1988, 51-55 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla,</strong> Breaking Barriers. A South Asian Experience of Training for Participatory Development, 15, 1980, 36-16 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla,</strong> Change Agents in the Process of Development, 18, 1982, 59-65 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla, </strong> the role and training of change agents, 19, 1982, 199-206 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla, </strong> Why and how Literacy for Women, 24, 1985, 63-94 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla,</strong> Participatory Development Demands Participatory Training, 36, 1991, <br /> 3-19 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla,</strong> Education for Women&lsquo;s Empowerment: Some Reflections, 39, 1992, <br /> 11-24 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla, </strong> the goal is empowerment of human values, 46, 1996, 23-45 <br /> <strong> Bhasin, Kamla/Palshikar, Vasant/Rao, Lakshmi,</strong> An Example of Participatory <br /> Exploration, 25. 1985, 86-98 <br /> <strong> Bhola, Harbans S., </strong> Without Literacy, Development Limps on One Leg, 24, 1985, 68-71 <br /> <strong> Bhola, Harbans S.,</strong> Adult Literacy for Development in Zimbabwe: the third Phase of&nbsp;&nbsp; <br /> the Revolution Examined, 31, 1988, 35-44 <br /> <strong> Bhola, Harbans S.,</strong> Informed Decisions within a Culture of Information: Updating a <br /> Model of Information Development and Evaluation, 44, 1995, 75-84 <br /> <strong> Bhola, Harbans S., </strong> Adult Education for Poverty Reduction: Political Economy Analysis from a Systems Theory Perspective, 62, 2004, 13&ndash;24 <br /> <strong> Bierwirth, Gerhard,</strong> who should give &ldquo;working aids&rdquo; to whom?, 2, 1974, 33 <br /> <strong> Bierwirth, Gerhard,</strong> Functionality or Formalism: On the Problematics of Rural Radio <br /> in Developing Countries, 3, 1974, 2-4 <br /> <strong> Bierwirth, Gerhard, </strong> Rural Broadcasting as Development Support Communication, <br /> 9, 1977, 7-8 <br /> <strong> Biswalo, Peles L./Baartjes, Zodwa, </strong> Women&rsquo;s Need for Credit in Order to Participate <br /> in Income-generating Activities: Swaziland Case Study, 57, 2001, 89-105 <br /> <strong> Bizimana, Nsekuye,</strong> Should Africans Imitate Whites in Everything?, 33, 1989, 219-234 <br /> <strong> Bland, John,</strong> the price of progress, 13, 1979, 65-68 and 30, 1988, 75-77 <br /> <strong> Bledsoe, Caroline H., </strong> Arabic Literacy and Secrecy, Extracts 32, 1989, 113-114 <br /> <strong> Blindh, Inga-Britt,</strong> adult education for lapps in sweden, 17, 1981, 66-71 <br /> <strong> BMZ, </strong> conceptual focuses, strategies and project types, 55, 2000, 79-86 <br /> <strong> Boal, Augusto, I</strong>nvisible theatre, 12, 1979, 29-31 <br /> <strong> Bogaert, Michael V.D., </strong> Training Village Entrepreneurs &ndash; Easier Said than Done, 21, <br /> 1983, 15-52 <br /> <strong> Bohnet, Michael, </strong> Development Policy in the 21st Century: Potential and Options for <br /> Action, 58, 2002, 153-158 <br /> <strong> Bolnick, Joe, </strong> A Brief History of the Genesis of the People’s Dialogue Housing Training
Programme, 41, 1993, 255-274 <br /> <strong> Bom, Frans/Failly, Didier de,</strong> &ldquo;Where to Give Birth&rdquo;, or how to Prepare a Series of <br /> Slides, 14, 1980, 107-114 <br /> <strong> Boppel, Werner, </strong> New Changes for Neighbourly Living and Learning in a Uniting&nbsp; <br /> Europe, 40, 1993, 221-227 <br /> <strong> Bordia, Anil,</strong> Agenda for Adult Education Research &ndash; a South Asian Perspective, 45, <br /> 1995, 77-79 <br /> <strong> Bordia, Anil,</strong> a tale from india, 45, 1995, 95-99
<strong> Bordia, Anil, </strong> towards a south asian research agenda, 45, 1995, 101-108 <br /> <strong> Bose, Ashish,</strong> aspects of ageing in india, 24, 1985, 23-35 <br /> <strong> Boucouvalas, Marcie/Henschke, John A., </strong> Reflections on International Cooperation <br /> and New Partnerships in the &ldquo;Age of Globalization&rdquo;, 58, 2002, 133-141 <br /> <strong> Bown, Lalage, </strong> Dialogue Across Frontiers: Perspectives from the Developing World, <br /> 52, 1999, 143-156 <br /> <strong> Braimoh, Dele,</strong> Informal Education through Cultural Communication Process in a Traditional Nigerian Society, 40, 1993, 53-61 <br /> <strong> Brennan, Barrie, </strong> Participatory Research and Training in Australia, 25, 1985, 153-160 <br /> <strong> Brennan, Barrie,</strong> Traditional Education ... A Pacific View, 29, 1987, 71-78 <br /> <strong> Brennan, Barrie, </strong> indigenous learning re-visited, 35, 1990, 73-87 <br /> <strong> Brennan, Barrie,</strong> Literacy, Language and the International Year for the World&lsquo;s Indigenous Peoples, 41, 1993, 19-25 <br /> <strong> Brieger, William R. et al.,</strong> Literacy not Vital in Primary Care, 24, 1985, 129-132 <br /> <strong> Brunner, Doug,</strong> cartoon: a tale of two cities, 25, 1985, 53-51 <br /> <strong> Buchert, Lene, </strong> Financing Adult Education: Constraints and Opportunities, 60, 2003, <br /> 67-82 <br /> <strong> Bunch, Rolando, </strong> The Use of Green Manure by Small-scale Farmers: What we Have <br /> Learned to Date, 47, 1996, 133-140 <br /> <strong> Burckhardt, Gisela, </strong> Further Education Needs of Women in the Informal Sector: the <br /> Example of Duterimbere in Rwanda, 40, 1993, 331-340 <br /> <strong> Burckhardt, Gisela, </strong> The Situation of Women in the Informal Sector: the Example of <br /> Rwanda. The Importance of Social Skills, 47, 1996, 157-172 <br /> <strong> Burckhardt, Gisela, </strong> participation and practice, 54, 2000, 301-314 <br /> <strong> Bustos, Nidia, MECATE, </strong> the Nicaraguan Farm Workers&rsquo; Theatre Movement, 23, 1984, <br /> 129-139 <br /> <strong> Cairns, John C., </strong> mobral, the brazilian literacy movement, 7, 1976, 13 <br /> <strong> Calder&oacute;n Manrique, Jaime,</strong> A System of Auto-Didactic Distance Adult Education
(SAAD) and Radio &ldquo;San Gabriel&rdquo;, 34, 1990, 19-37 <br /> <strong> Calle, Zoraida, </strong> Small Farmers of La Cocha. Networking among Nature Reserves, 47,
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