The role of Confucian cultural values and politics in planning educational programs for adults in Korea

@inproceedings{Ryu2011TheRO,
  title={The role of Confucian cultural values and politics in planning educational programs for adults in Korea},
  author={Kiung Ryu and Quentin H. Gessner},
  year={2011}
}
Program planning activities are not culturally neutral but are replete with various cultural values and affected by them. This qualitative study was conducted in Korea and examines how cultural values influence educational planning in Korea. Specifically, the study was to examine how Confucian cultural values play out in educational planning in terms of negotiating power and interests. In-depth interviews were held in a variety of settings with 13 program planners. There were two primary… CONTINUE READING

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