Systems theory a way of looking at adult literacy education

Kazemek, Cheryl; Kazemek, Francis
September 1992
Convergence;1992, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p5
Academic Journal
Explains the relationship between literacy education and an individual's social context in the United States. Description of the systems theory; Use of systems theory in social work; Instructional implications of systems theory for literacy education; Effect of literacy on the systems in a person's life.


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