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Religion and Educational Research

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Religion and Educational Research (2019), Waxmann Verlag, 48159 Münster, ISBN: 9783830989806

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Table of content

  • Book Cover
  • Imprint
  • Contents
  • Cultural Exchange and Knowledge Transfer in Religious Education: An Introduction (David Käbisch)
  • 1. Research approaches in historical scholarship relevant to religious education
  • 2. Debates on cultural exchange research relevant to religious education
  • 3. Debates on religious education relevant to general education
  • 4. Conclusion and key questions for further studies
  • References
  • The Historiography of Religious Education in Germany (David Käbisch)
  • 1. Reasons for the expansion and differentiation of historical research
  • 2. Transnational approaches to the historical research of religion and education
  • 3. Approaches to the history of religious education grounded in the comparison of countries, religions, and confessions
  • 4. Further thematic and methodological approaches
  • 5. On the relation of empirical and historical research
  • 6. Conclusion
  • References
  • National Traditions of Educational Research in Sweden (Daniel Lindmark)
  • 1. The history of the elementary school
  • 2. Egil Johansson and the history of literacy
  • 3. Research groups
  • 4. Transnational history of education
  • 5. Sámi education and transnational perspectives
  • 6. Transnational religious print culture and education
  • 7. Conclusions
  • References
  • Religions and the History of Irish Education (Deirdre Raftery)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Education, religion and social control
  • 3. Irish education and the Churches
  • 4. Religions, schooling and Irish society
  • 5. Summary
  • References
  • Problematizing Religion and Education in Argentina (Ezequiel Gomez Caride)
  • 1. Religious education in Latin American and Argentinean educational historiography
  • 2. Religion as a cultural practice
  • 3. Religion shaping national imaginaries
  • 4. The construction of a national Argentinean soul
  • 5. Conclusion
  • References
  • Repression of Religion in General Education? The Case of Germany from a Christian Perspective (Friedrich Schweitzer)
  • 1. What does “repression of religion in general education” mean?
  • 2. Why is religion repressed in general education? Possible explanations
  • 3. Is the repression of religion an exclusively German phenomenon?
  • References
  • Transnational Perspectives on Religion and on Textbook Research (Zrinka Štimac)
  • 1. Transnational discourses in education: Theoretical approaches to religion
  • 2. Documents and concepts in global discourse on education: ‘teaching about religion’
  • 3. General considerations on textbook research and religion
  • 4. Transnational perspectives on religion in textbook and educational media research
  • 5. Theoretical approaches to religion in textbook research
  • 6. An example of intersectionality between global educational discourses, religion and curricula/textbooks
  • 7. Concluding remarks and considerations
  • References
  • Religion in Secular Education: The Case of the German Democratic Republic (Anja Kirsch)
  • 1. Introduction: secular education in the study of religions
  • 2. The GDR’s worldview education: Institutional and theoretical conditions
  • 3. Religion in civics textbooks 1963–1989
  • 4. Conclusion: Secular education from a transnational perspective
  • Acknowledgement
  • References
  • Religion in Research on Citizenship Education. The Perspective of the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS) (Katrin Hahn-Laudenberg & Hermann Josef Abs)
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Perspectives on religion in ICCS
  • 3. Empirical findings of relationship between religiosity and democracy
  • 4. Summary and suggestions for further research
  • References
  • Juvenile Muslim Life-Worlds and Religious Orientation (Harry Harun Behr)
  • 1. Introductory remarks
  • 2. Targeting
  • 3. Two key questions
  • 4. Key patterns of spiritual life-world orientation
  • 5. Key patterns of religious identities
  • 6. Basic educational concepts
  • 7. Some recommendations
  • References
  • The Study of Religious Education and Church History. Learning from each other’s Research Paradigms (Johannes Wischmeyer)
  • 1. Topics and approaches of current Religious History
  • 2. Comparative and transnational approaches
  • 3. Writing the transnational history of religious education
  • References
  • Authors
  • Index of authors

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