International Journal of Lifelong Learning
The International Journal of Lifelong Education provides an international forum for the debate of the principles and practice of lifelong, continuing, recurrent adult and initial education and learning.
A common but not exclusive theme is the social purpose of lifelong education.
Discussions in the journal have shown that those concerned with the education of adults and children must face the issue of the relationship of that activity to the society in which they seek to promote it: the journal provides the context for an informed debate on the theory and practice of lifelong education in a variety of countries.
All papers are peer-reviewed. Each issue carries a lively reviews section.