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Bastaninezhad, Arya – Australian Journal of Music Education, 2014
This article examines the recent developments and changes concerning Iranian music education from the constitutional revolution of 1905 to 2014. This concentrates on the five major chronological events referred to as Nationalism, Modernism, Conservatism, Neo-Traditionalism (Shirin-navazi) and Revivalism of the Traditions. This provides a source of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Educational History, Musical Instruments
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Ó Murchadha, Noel; Ó hIfearnáin, Tadhg – Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 2018
Language revival often retains founding overt beliefs rooted in an ideological commitment to a specific language because of its role as the authentic, legitimate cultural vehicle of a distinct people. Revival is thus the reinstatement of cultural distinctiveness based on traditional language. Revivalists have afforded traditional language…
Descriptors: Language Variation, Irish, Language Maintenance, Native Speakers
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Tan, Charlene – Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 2007
The religious diversity of Singapore, coupled with the current phenomenon of Islamic revivalism, makes the management of religion a paramount concern for the Singapore government. By examining the developments of Islam in Singapore, this article explores the challenges and implications these developments have on citizenship education in the…
Descriptors: Citizenship, Citizenship Education, Islam, Foreign Countries
McBride, Alfred – Momentum, 1973
Discusses the current upsurge of revivalism and the change in values that accompanies it. (RK)
Descriptors: Attitude Change, Concept Formation, Information Utilization, Moral Values
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Tan, Charlene – British Journal of Religious Education, 2008
This article discusses how the concept of "good citizens" in Singapore is linked to the principle of harmony, characterised by collectivism and a strong interventionist government. The value of religious harmony is actively promoted by the Singapore government and supported by the religious leaders. This article argues that the principle…
Descriptors: Citizenship, Religion, Foreign Countries, Social Systems
Rossel, Robert D. – Amer J Sociol, 1970
The Great Awakening (a period of intense religious revivalism between 1730 and 1745) is analyzed as a mechanism of social change." (Author/SE)
Descriptors: Colonialism, Democratic Values, Individualism, Puritans
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Seiter, David – OAH Magazine of History, 1988
Highlights materials relating to the U.S. frontier during the 19th century by citing journal articles and documents related to this topic. Indicates the means for obtaining these works which deal with rural schooling, historical demography, Native Americans, music, revivalism, and Black cowboys. (KO)
Descriptors: American Indian History, Cultural Activities, Elementary Education, Human Geography
Phillips, Kevin – American Outlook, 2001
Successful relations between the United States and United Kingdom may require more attention to their internal ethnic and cultural diversity. This political-linguistic culture is subdivided into two contradictory yet complementary streams. The political approach for those favoring an English-speaking union may be greater ecumenism within the…
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Foreign Countries, Immigration
Chandler, Daniel Ross – 1975
This study discusses the preaching of William Ellery Channing and Theordore Parker as it contributed to the theological development of American intellectual life. Employing Cathcart's concept of "dialectical enjoinment," this study suggests that Channing and Parker exerted a restricted emphasis because communication with the larger…
Descriptors: Clergy, Intellectual Development, Intellectual Experience, Mysticism
Hensley, Carl Wayne – 1984
As the United States entered the nineteenth century, it did so under the influence of the Second Great Awakening. This was the second wave of revivalism to sweep the nation, and it originated in the frontier as the Great Western Revival. One pertinent characteristic of the revival was its rhetoric, a rhetoric that was a prime expression of a…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Expressive Language, Influences
Nelms, Gerald – 1989
The latter part of the twentieth century has brought explicit emotional appeals; some by advertisers for commercial goods and others from political and religious leaders. The religious appeals to feelings can be traced back in history to the revivals in the mid-eighteenth century where the "Great Awakening" opened up religious…
Descriptors: Clergy, Colonial History (United States), Discourse Analysis, Logic
Blaustein, Richard – 1990
As a multidisciplinary approach, Appalachian studies may provide insights for understanding the context of education in the region. Appalachia is marginal to the official centers of political, economic, and cultural power in the South just as the South is marginal to the core of official power in the United States. In both cases the result is…
Descriptors: Alienation, Appalachian Studies, Comparative Analysis, Cultural Differences
Luker, Richard Michael – 1983
The founding of western frontier colleges is examined in light of the changing patterns of theological thought present in the Antebellum period. It is suggested that Donald G. Tewksbury's (1969) comprehensive study of the Antebellum colleges provided an important theoretical framework. In this work, "The Founding of American Colleges and…
Descriptors: Church Related Colleges, Church Role, Economic Factors, Educational History