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Contextualising dialogue, secularisation and pluralisation in Finnish public education

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Contextualising dialogue, secularisation and pluralisation in Finnish public education (2019), Waxmann Verlag, 48159 Münster, ISBN: 9783830990147

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  • Book Cover
  • Imprint
  • Contents
  • Introduction to contextualising dialogue, secularisation and pluralism in Finnish public education (Martin Ubani, Saila Poulter & Inkeri Rissanen)
  • The governance of religious education in Finland: a state-centric relational approach? (Tuula Sakaranaho)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The state-centric relational approach and five modes of governance
  • 3. Governance via hierarchy: the Finnish system of education and educational acts
  • 4. Governance via persuasion: the Finnish National Agency of Education and school curricula
  • 5. Governance via markets: marketization of school books
  • 6. Governance via community: variations of practice on the local level
  • 7. Governance via associations: religious networks as pressure groups
  • 8. Discussion
  • References
  • Religious education as a means of citizenship education in Finland (Saila Poulter)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Conceptual and literature basis of civic religious education
  • 3. The Finnish perspective on civic religious education
  • 4. Mapping the future of civic religious and worldview education in Finland
  • References
  • Key challenges in supporting identity development in segregated instruction about worldviews (Harriet Zilliacus)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The conceptualization and organization of segregated instruction for minority students
  • 3. Students’ identity development in religious education and ethics
  • 4. Aims of minority religious education and ethics
  • 5. Main arguments for segregated instruction about worldviews
  • 6. Critical issues related to students’ identities
  • 7. Conclusions and visions for a pluralistic education about worldviews
  • References
  • Developing integrative practices in a separative RE system: some Finnish perspectives (Vesa Åhs, Arto Kallioniemi & Saila Poulter)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. International and Finnish perspectives on integrative RE
  • 3. Worldviews, RE and secular ethics
  • 4. Finnish models of integrative WE: practical perspectives
  • 5. Research data
  • 6. Conclusions
  • References
  • Religion, multiculturalism and Finnish schools: the secularist-culturalist transition (Martin Ubani)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Religion and multicultural schools
  • 3. Religious education and the secularist-culturalist transition
  • 4. Concluding remarks
  • References
  • Inclusion of Muslims in Finnish schools (Inkeri Rissanen)
  • 1. Conceptual and contextual framework
  • 2. What enhances and inhibits Finnish Muslims’ experiences of inclusion in school settings?
  • 3. Discussion
  • References
  • Religion and secularity in school festivals – experiences and challenges from Finland (Pia-Maria Niemi)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The Finnish context
  • 3. Religious literacy in secular societies
  • 4. Religion in the Finnish educational system
  • 5. Empirical studies about school festivals in Finland
  • 6. Discussion about current challenges
  • 7. Conclusions
  • References
  • Encountering religion in a secular context: How do Finnish students perceive and encounter religions and worldviews in the classroom? (Anuleena Kimanen)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Concepts and theories of inter-worldview encounters
  • 3. Finnish teenagers and religion
  • 4. Perceptions of the Other
  • 5. Encountering the Other
  • 6. Discussion
  • References
  • Intercultural and interreligious sensitivities in a Finnish educational context (Kristiina Holm, Elina Kuusisto & Inkeri Rissanen)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Intercultural and interreligious sensitivities
  • 3. The reviewed research data
  • 4. The role of gender and geographical location in Finnish students’ intercultural and interreligious sensitivities
  • 5. The role of religiosity in Finnish students’ and student teachers’ interreligious sensitivity
  • 6. Finnish teachers’ tendency to cultural minimization and development of sensitivity to cultural and religious difference in teacher education
  • 7. Concluding remarks
  • References
  • Key issues of religion in Finnish public education (Inkeri Rissanen, Martin Ubani & Saila Poulter)
  • 1. The changing role of religion in Finnish society and schools
  • 2. Inclusion of religious and worldview minorities in Finnish schools
  • 3. The current issues and development of religious education in Finland
  • References
  • Discussion (Saila Poulter, Inkeri Rissanen & Martin Ubani)
  • About the authors

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