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Minnaar-Kuiper, Eline; Bertram-Troost, Gerdien – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
More and more, Dutch adolescents are no longer affiliated with or involved in institutionalised religious world views. This development raises questions on how religion is treated and taught in secondary schools in the Netherlands. In order to reconsider religious education within these schools, closer insights into this particular, growing, group…
Descriptors: World Views, Student Attitudes, Religious Education, Foreign Countries
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Wright, Edward – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
In these last four decades or so, adolescence became understood as the time when young people ask fundamental questions about themselves, each other, the world, and one's past, present and future life that seek unity of purpose and coherence. For most young people the digital media are popular modalities through which they seek, consciously or…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Religious Factors, Religious Education, Creative Teaching
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Gustavsson, Caroline – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
This paper introduces existential configuration as a concept possibly used to describe, talk about and discuss peoples' meaning-making, not least in religious education classrooms. The article builds on an interview study of 21 Swedish young adults from 19 to 29 years of age. Many of these young adults displayed complex methods of meaning-making…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Young Adults, Religious Factors, Political Attitudes
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Navarrete, Jessica; Vásquez, Angélica; Montero, Efraín; Cantero, Daniel – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
The object of this article is to reveal the teaching strategies used by teachers for religious education in Temuco, Chile. The paradigm used was qualitative and the design was a single interpretative case study. The data were collected by semi-structured interviews with pupils and religious education (RE) teachers. The results show convergences of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Religious Education, Case Studies, Student Attitudes
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Francis, Leslie J.; Lankshear, David W.; Eccles, Emma L. – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
As a consequence of the 1944 Education Act church schools were given the choice of opting for voluntary controlled status or for voluntary aided status. In voluntary aided status the Church had more control but carried greater costs. Within England and Wales this distinction is still maintained. This study measures the attitude toward Christianity…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Christianity, Religious Factors, Churches
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Broberg, Maximilian – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
Recent studies show that religious education (RE) and various media outlets serve as increasingly important arenas for religious socialisation among Swedish youths. At the same time, it has been shown that media material, for example in the form of various news media, often make their way into RE classrooms to be used as materials alongside the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Religious Education, News Media, Instructional Materials
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Štimac, Zrinka – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
This paper analyses the context, emergence, organisation and curriculum of the school subject known as 'Culture of Religions' ("Kultura religija"), which is given as an example of good practice in the Toledo Guiding Principles of the Organization for Security and Clarity in Europe (OSCE). It was designed, piloted and to a certain extent…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Educational Policy, Cultural Awareness, Foreign Countries
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Carlsson, David – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
This article explores supervision conferences in (Religious Education) RE teacher education in Sweden. Two discourses that are often articulated in supervision conferences are 'representation' and 'safe space'. These are investigated and presented as necessary components for becoming a competent teacher of upper secondary school RE in Sweden. The…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Secondary School Teachers, Religious Education, Teacher Supervision
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Nai, Peng; Sun, Jianfei; Zhang, Yinzhu; Yang, Guang – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
The rule of law presents a new path for understanding and handling religious affairs in contemporary China. The field of religious education is no exception and current legislation has to be improved so that China's religious education can be further promoted. This research examines the legislation and legislative regulations governing China's…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Social Systems, Ethnic Studies, Educational Legislation
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Koukounaras-Liagkis, Marios – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
Based on a qualitative research (2012-15) this paper is concerned with the identification of concepts and constructs of knowledge in RE. It is based on participative enquiry and educational action-research methodology. Over a three-year period, the researcher, teachers and the students of a High School in one of the most difficult social, economic…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Religious Education, Foreign Countries
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Zhao, Zhenzhou – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
The purpose of this study is to explore the representation and interpretation of the religious world in Chinese social studies textbooks. The data cover six major subjects at both primary and secondary levels. The findings indicate that although the Constitution of the People's Republic of China mandates a separation of religion and education,…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Religion, Textbooks, Religious Education
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Chigwidden, Paul G. – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
For some time now, the idea of secularism has been the subject of renewed scrutiny. Statistical portraits, representing a simple, if relentless, narrative have been increasingly disparaged by scholars as unhelpful. Statistical secularism, as we may call it, tells a story of decline and little else. It is incapable of telling the real story which…
Descriptors: Religious Education, War, History, Personal Narratives
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Przybylska, Ewa; Wajsprych, Danuta – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
The goal of this article is to present the coherence between the human social world and religious education in Poland. The motive for taking up this subject is the cultural context relating to the problem of attitudes towards refugees. Reconstruction of the worlds of life demands to be expanded to include the religious education context in order…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Interpersonal Competence, Hermeneutics, Foreign Countries
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Rymarz, Richard; Belmonte, Angelo – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
The importance of religious questioning in establishing and maintaining religious affiliation is well recognised. Questions and how teachers respond to them is also a critical aspect of strong pedagogy and is an important part of teacher training and formation. Many curriculum documents in religious education assume that student questions are an…
Descriptors: Catholics, Religious Education, Teaching Methods, Questioning Techniques
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Levitt, Mairi; Woodhead, Linda – British Journal of Religious Education, 2020
Religion in Britain is in overall decline and 'no religion' is growing, but one-third of schools in the State sector in England and Wales are 'schools with a religious designation' ('faith schools'). Historically, these were Protestant and Catholic Church schools, but new faith schools have been established by Churches and other faiths.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Choice, Parochial Schools, Institutional Characteristics
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