Adult education and social class in early Nelson, 1841- 61

Maker and role
Author: J.C. Dakin (b.1908, d.2005)
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : National Council of Adult Education
Production date
Circa 1980

Production place
Wellington/New Zealand
Description
Article in Continuing Education in New Zealand, Volume 12, No. 2, October 1980, pages 22-43.
Object type
ISSN and ISBN
0110-6619
Measurements
1 volume (112 pages) ; 22 cm.
Maker biography
Born in Invercargill, educated at Southland Boys High School, Otago University. Rhodes Scholar in 1930. Served mainly in Ethiopia during World War 2. Member of the Colonial Admin Service in Uganda 1933-1953, retiring as Commander for Community Development in 1953. Returned to New Zealand and worked at various universities, including Victoria University of Wellington, where he was the Director of University Extension and Associate Professor, and was appointed as an Associate Professor in 1969. Was the President of the Humanist Society of New Zealand 1987-1989. (Information from 'Who's Who in New Zealand', 1991).

Source: National Library of New Zealand catalogue
Subjects
Adult education; Nelson - Social life and customs
Accession number
A4605
Other reference numbers
374 DAK

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