From Older Adult Education to Social Service: The Transformation of Elderly Education Organizations

@article{Lee2021FromOA,
  title={From Older Adult Education to Social Service: The Transformation of Elderly Education Organizations},
  author={Ya-Hui Lee},
  journal={Journal of Social Service Research},
  year={2021},
  volume={47},
  pages={714 - 723}
}
  • Ya-Hui Lee
  • Published 14 April 2021
  • Education
  • Journal of Social Service Research
Abstract In recent times, fiscal austerity has driven many nonprofit organizations to transform into social enterprises. This study sought to explore the process that elderly educational organizations undergo when making this transformation. The 11 managers who participated in this study had guided the transformation of active aging learning centers into social enterprises and equipped with knowledge of the transformation experience. A qualitative method of phenomenological approach that… 

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