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Defining and Selecting Key Competencies.
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Theoretical and Conceptual Foundations.
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Göttingen
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0889372489
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What skills and competencies are needed in today's workplaces and other social environments, and how can they best be studied and promoted? The answers to these and other related questions lie in a variety of disciplines, and a multidisciplinary study under the auspices of the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development), carried out by the Swiss Federal Statistical Office and the Education Statistics Services of the American Institutes of Research, has now provided a theoretical and conceptual basis for the mass of empirical findings that are currently being generated.

This volume brings together contributions from world-renowned authorities, providing a comprehensive overview of current advances and conceptions of life skills and key competencies from a variety of perspectives: historical, philosophical, psychological, sociological, economic, anthropological. Other chapters synthesize these views, looking at common ground with regard to functioning in groups, epistemology, and policy and practice in the real world. The final chapter presents a coherent framework which can be used in further work.
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FOREWORD
Heinz Gilomen, Switzerland; John P. Martin, Eugene Owen, USA
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

INTRODUCTION
Dominique Simone Rychen, Switzerland

COMPETENCIES FOR LIFE. A conceptual and empirical challenge
Laura H. Salganik, USA

DEFINING AND SELECTING COMPETENCIES. Historical Reflections on the Case of IQ
John C. Carson, USA

CONCEPT OF COMPETENCE. A Conceptual Clarification
Franz E. Weinert, Germany

COMPETENCIES FOR THE GOOD LIFE AND THE GOOD SOCIETY
Monique Canto-Sperber & Jean-Pierre Dupuy, France

AMBIGUITY, AUTONOMY, AND AGENCY. Psychological Challenges to New Competence
Helen Haste, UK

THE KEY TO SOCIAL FIELDS
Philippe Perrenoud, Switzerland

KEY COMPETENCIES CRITICAL TO ECONOMIC SUCCESS
Frank Levy & Richard J. Murnane, USA

COMPETENCIES AND EDUCATION. Contextual Diversity
Jack Goody, UK

SCHOLARLY COMMENTS: COMMON GROUND
Competencies as Working Epitemiologies - Ways We Want Adults to Know
Robert Kegan, USA

Joining and Functioning in Groups, Self Concept and Emotion Management
Cecilia Ridgeway, USA

KEY COMPETENCIES FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF PRACTICE AND POLICY
From Unity of Purpose to Diversity of Expression and Needs - A Perspective from UNESCO
Jacques Delors, Alexandra Draxler, UNESCO

Are All Key Competencies Measurable? An Education Perspective
Bob Harris, Education International

The Knowledge Economy - A Business Perspective
Carlo Callieri, Italy

Competency Management as an Investment - A Business Perspective
Jean-Patrick Farrugia, France

Key Competencies for Whom? A Labor Perspective
Laurell Ritchie, Canada

Defining Educational Goals - A Window on the Future
Uri Peter Trier

CONCLUDING REMARKS
H. Gilomen, Dominique Simone Rychen, Switzerland; Laura H. Salganik, USA