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|Title:||Living Philosophy of Elderly for Lifelong Learning|
|Publisher:||เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่|
|Abstract:||This study was conducted with 3 main objectives; 1. To investigate learning condition of elderlies, 2. To study their living philosophies in terms of lifelong learning, and 3. To present the results of applying elderlies’ living philosophies in terms of lifelong learning. The results revealed as follows. In terms of elderlies’ learning condition, elderlies have inherited abilities, skills, various specific knowledges, as well as experiences from past to present. Additionally, related organizations continually support elderly learning, mostly through various kinds new age of media; they can learn new things every time. Elderlies’ living philosophies related to lifelong learning, in terms of consumption was based on food intake and nutrition, which are keys to good health. The finding also indicated that the majority of them were able to select the good things for their daily consumption. Besides, social and cultural activities support elderlies in terms of knowledge exchange and inheritance. Especially, Buddhist activities and local wisdom are always shared via new age media, usually, in a form of volunteering activities. In conclusion, elderly living philosophy for lifelong learning, concerning the way of consumption, society, and culture are all linked together, leading to valuable knowledge and daily practices. Since elderly living philosophy for lifelong learning represents the connection of lifelong learning processes, which are necessary to enhance quality of life of older adults in present society, it should be conserved.|
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