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Faith Schools And Society

Author: Jo Cairns
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441188533
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- Do faith schools have a place in a plural society? - Which types of school contribute most effectively to a plural society? This fascinating monograph seeks to answer these questions and more by exploring the fit between personal, spiritual and academic goals in contemporary educational experience and individual school cultures. Jo Cairns, a well-respected authority on faith schools, argues that educational ideology in plural societies has to find a way of recognizing and responding to the 'predicament' of pluralism as it is experienced by individuals and communities. This provocative and challenging book will undoubtedly stimulate debate among educationists across the world.

The Church Of England In The First Decade Of The 21st Century

Author: Andrew Village
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3030045285
Size: 60.78 MB
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This book analyzes two large surveys of clergy and lay people in the Church of England taken in 2001 and 2013. The period between the two surveys was one of turbulence and change, and the surveys offer a unique insight into how such change affected grassroots opinion on topics such as marriage, women’s ordination, sexual orientation, and the leadership of the Church. Andrew Village analyzes each topic to show how opinion varied by sex, age, education, location, ordination, and church tradition. Shifts that occurred in the period between the two surveys are then examined, and the results paint a detailed picture of how beliefs and attitudes vary across the Church and have evolved over time. This work uncovers some unforeseen but important trends that will shape the trajectory of the Church in the years ahead.

Race And Racialization

Author: Tania Das Gupta
Publisher: Canadian Scholars’ Press
ISBN: 1551303353
Size: 80.22 MB
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This highly anticipated book is a 'must-read' for general-interest readers as well as for a wide variety of undergraduate courses on race, racism, ethnicity, cultural diversity, minority groups, identity and belonging, as well as social inequality and social justice. This provocative new volume will influence the way people think of race and racialisation. It provides a thorough examination of these complex and intriguing subjects with historical, comparative, and international contributions. Edited as a theoretically strong, cohesive whole, this book unites a remarkable ensemble of academic thinkers and writers from a diversity of backgrounds. Themes of ethnocentrism, cultural genocide, conquest and colonisation, disease and pandemics, slavery, and the social construction of racism run throughout.

Bulletin Of The Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.