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Record #141719:

Distance education: an open avenue for women in remote areas or reproduction of inequality? / Anne-Mari Støkken.

Title: Distance education: an open avenue for women in remote areas or reproduction of inequality? / Anne-Mari Støkken.
Author(s): Støkken, Anne-Mari.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Oulu, Finland: University of Oulu
In: On the terms of northern woman. Articles written by women researchers in Finland, Russia, Samiland and Sweden. (1996.),
Abstract: In Norway most pupils can now stay at home until end of secondary education at 18. Higher education has also decentralised, but key word is now "consolidation". Two cases are described - 45-year old mother of grown children and 35-year old mother of young children working full-time as nurse. Latter gets no grants or loans as she is learning at distance. Course is 2-year part-time, but may be spread, which she prefers. Misunderstandings are that they are unsociable, or not real students. Author recognises that distance learning makes it easier to stay in community, but also opens up jobs outside it.
Notes:

In: On the terms of northern woman. Articles written by women researchers in Finland, Russia, Samiland and Sweden / Sinikka Tuohimaa, Nina Työlahti, Asbjörg Fyhn, eds.

Keywords: 3-055.2 -- Women.
374.7 -- Education, adult.
396 -- Women and society.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 141719

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