This chapter begins by defining the term ‘learning society’. It then differentiates the concept of learning from education. Next, the chapter argues that people's social relationships play an important role in their capacity for learning. It also explores the possibility that social relationships can influence the lifelong and lifewide learning undertaken by adults. After this, the chapter examines the concept of social capital and its concern with power.
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