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The journal is based on the belief that there are neglected links between research and theory, and policy and practice in the promotion of widening participation in post-compulsory education and lifelong learning. It aims to provide a forum for the development of theory, the addressing of policy questions and the dissemination of innovative practice in the field of widening participation and lifelong learning.

Publisher: Open University

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Volume 1, Number 1, 1 April 1999
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The Struggle for the Soul of Lifelong Learning
pp. 11-17(7)
Author: Woodrow, Maggie

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The Learning Society: Moving on to the Workplace
pp. 18-30(13)
Author: Davies, David

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Beyond Access and Participation towards Social Justice: The SARUA Project
pp. 27-33(7)
Authors: Atweh, Bill; Bland, Derek

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New Undergraduates: Access and Helping them Prosper
pp. 34-40(7)
Author: Blicharski, John

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Making Learning Work for Staffordshire
pp. 41-42(2)
Author: Megson, Christine

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Book Review
pp. 46-49(4)
Authors: Jones, Robert; Paczuska, Anna

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