Spiritual Education: Cultural, Religious, and Social Differences : New Perspectives for the 21st Century

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Jane Erricker, Cathy Ota, Clive Erricker
Sussex Academic Press, 2001 - Education - 304 pages
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This volume is intended to break new ground and provide a key text for debates on spiritual education in the twenty-first century. Issues of cultural, religious, gender and social differences are addressed in research and pedagogical terms. Also explored are the ways in which faith traditions and secular stances contribute to values and understanding of human purpose.

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About the author (2001)

Cathy Ota is Research Fellow, Education Research Centre, University of Brighton.

Clive Erricker is County Inspector for Religious Education, Hampshire. The volume editors are co-editors of the "International Journal of Children's Spirituality

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