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Analysis on the Disabled Adult’s Participation State in Lifelong Education and the Demands - around Gyeonggi province -

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2018, 19(2), pp.99-122
  • DOI : 10.19049/JSPED.2018.19.2.05
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education
  • Received : May 14, 2018
  • Accepted : June 8, 2018
  • Published : June 30, 2018

Cho, Changbeen 1 Haedong Jeong 2 Kim Doo-Young 3

1한국장애인평생교육연구소
2백석대학교
3단국대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study aimed to suggest some basic data for the disabled adult’s life-long education-relevant policies in future by recognizing the disabled adult’s participation state in the life-long education, and what they demand in relation to the operation of life-long education programs for them to participate in future. For this purpose, this study analyzed the survey which 630 disabled adults living in Gyeonggi-province and having the participation experience in a life-long education program replied. The main results of analysis were as follows. First, as the results from investigating the respondents’participation in a life-long education after dividing their participation experiences into 6 types among the disabled adults’ participation state, it was appeared that the answer having participated in a lecture in a certain place was the highest as 73.2%. Next, at being asked what kind of institute they were participated, it was appeared that the highest answer was a rehabilitation center for the disabled as 45.9%, and to the question of participation purpose, the highest answer was the happiness (25.1%). Last, it was the identified that the program area which the respondents participated the most frequently was the culture-art education (1.61). Second, as the results from investigating the respondents’s participation intention among the demands in operating the disabled adult’s life-long education program, the answer that they would want to participate was highest as 87.6%. Next, at being asked what kind of institute that they would hope to participate in, the answer of rehabilitation center for the disabled was the highest (34.3%) and followed a general life-long education institute (16.4%), and concerning what kind of program area that they would want to participate in, the respondents answered the leisure sports(3.95point) area the most frequently. Last, as to the demands for boosting a life-long education program, the most respondents answered the expansion of budget for the disabled adult’s life-long education (4.48 point). Based on the above analysis results, this study discussed ways to develop and boost the disabled adult’s life-long education.

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