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Wissen kl ren Bildung st rken

Wissen kl  ren   Bildung st  rken Author Volker Elsenbast, Annebelle Pithan, Friedrich Schweitzer, Peter Schreiner
ISBN-10 3830964366
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Global Civil Society 2004 5

Global Civil Society 2004 5 Author Helmut K Anheier
ISBN-10 1412903076
Release 2004-10-18
Pages 375
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Contains a wealth of detail on globalization, people's values and attitudes, governance and civil liberties, plus a chronology of the conferences, campaigns and protests that are the sinews of global civil society.



How Teachers in Europe Teach Religion

How Teachers in Europe Teach Religion Author Hans-Georg Ziebertz
ISBN-10 9783643100436
Release 2009
Pages 405
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In 2007, 3,500 teachers in sixteen European countries participated in a cross-cultural study "Teaching Religion in a multicultural Europe." The empirical survey researches existing teaching procedures in religion and theology. The book presents the results which are different approaches, strategies, and ways of thinking when it comes to teaching religion in a multicultural context.



Human Rights and Religion in Educational Contexts

Human Rights and Religion in Educational Contexts Author Manfred L. Pirner
ISBN-10 9783319393513
Release 2016-07-15
Pages 346
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What is the role of religion(s) in a human rights culture and in human rights education? How do human rights and religion relate in the context of public education? And what can religious education at public schools contribute to human rights education? These are the core questions addressed by this book. Stimulating deliberations, illuminating analyses and promising conceptual perspectives are offered by renowned experts from ten countries and diverse academic disciplines.



Handbook of European Societies

Handbook of European Societies Author
ISBN-10 9780387882918
Release 2010
Pages 698
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The Deadly Ethnic Riot

The Deadly Ethnic Riot Author Donald L. Horowitz
ISBN-10 0520224477
Release 2001
Pages 588
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The ethnic riot is studied in great detail, from the terrifying, unpredictability of mob psychology to the calculated political motivations behind some of the worst riots.



What the Fuck is Heimat

 What the Fuck is Heimat Author Stefan Strumbel
ISBN-10 3954760878
Release 2014-09
Pages 184
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In his prints, objects, and installations, Stefan Strumbel (b. 1979) overdraws the features of cultural products and cult objects from his native Black Forest by adding stylistic elements from Street and Pop art. He places cuckoo clocks, wooden masks worn during the local Carnival celebrations, or crucifixes in new and sometimes provocative contexts. For instance, he will supplant original elements of the cuckoo clock with motifs associated with violence, pornography, and death. The critical engagement with the idea of the "homeland" is a central theme in Strumbel's art. "Home" must here be read as a metaphor for experiences of socialization and the cornerstone of personal identity--an identity that, in a globalized and increasingly digital world, takes on an anachronistic aspect. Local tradition thus becomes a cultural construction; the cuckoo clock turns into an alien element and vehicle of the transference of individual identity. The aggressive defamiliarization of traditional attributes and the garish colors of Stefan Strumbel's works have proven widely popular. His objects are collected by Karl Lagerfeld, Frieder Burda, and others.



The Postmodern Life Cycle

The Postmodern Life Cycle Author Friedrich Schweitzer
ISBN-10 082723063X
Release 2012-11-01
Pages 160
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A theology in tune with postcolonial theory has the potential to creatively inform and transform ecclesial practice. Focusing on the relation of theology to postcolonial theory, Postcolonial Theologies brings together a wide diversity of authors, many of them fresh and exciting theological voices, in essays that are stunningly creative and prophetically lucid. All essays are theologically constructive, not merely deconstructive or critical, in their visions for Christianity. Forming a sort of doctrinal landscape, they emerge under the themes of theological anthropology shaped by ethnicity, class, and privilege; a Christology that intersects the claims of Christ and empire; and a Cosmology that imagines a postcolonial world.



The Human Image of God

The Human Image of God Author Hans-Georg Ziebertz
ISBN-10 9004120319
Release 2001
Pages 438
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What or who is God in the modern era? This is the question examined in this volume, through systematic studies, practical theology and empirical research. The findings are presented through anthropologically relevant theology.



Basics of Religious Education

Basics of Religious Education Author Gottfried Adam
ISBN-10 9783847102656
Release 2014
Pages 416
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This volume offers an introduction to all questions of teaching Religious Education as a school subject and as an academic discipline related to this subject. The chapters cover most of the aspects that religion teachers have to face in their work, as well as the theoretical background necessary for this task. The volume is a textbook for students and teachers of religious education, be it in school or in an academic context, who are looking for reliable information on this field. The book has proven its usefulness in German speaking countries. This volume is the English translation of the German Compendium of Religious Education (edited by Gottfried Adam and Rainer Lachmann). The present English version is based on the 2012 edition which aims for a most current representation of the field. The background of the book is Protestant but its outlook is clearly ecumenical, and questions of interreligious education are considered in many of the chapters. The compendium continues to be widely used in Germany, Austria and Switzerland - as an introduction to the field and as a handbook for students who are preparing for their final exams. The English edition makes this compendium available to students and colleagues in other countries.



Dreaming the Land

Dreaming the Land Author Hans-Georg Ziebertz
ISBN-10 3825800822
Release 2007
Pages 221
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Dreaming the Land: Theologies of Resistance and Hope is a theme that testifies to the contextual nature of practical theology. This present volume contains a collection of essays with international contributions to practical theology. In their original form, these essays were presented at the seventh biennial conference of the International Academy of Practical Theology (IAPT) held at Brisbane/Australia in June 2005. The dreaming and the land are both concepts central to the thinking of the aboriginal peoples of Australia. The dreaming encompasses the creative and life-giving forces which govern and express the lifeworld of these same people, while the land is sacred space where the spirits of the ancestors of all human, plant, and animal life are represented. The theme is the common thread in the first part of the book. Here, the search for theologies of resistance and hope is related to experiences in the southern hemisphere, to issues of the land as a concept for practical theology, and to questions of human rights. Hans-Georg Ziebertz is professor at the University of Wuerzburg (Germany). Friedrich Schweitzer is professor at the University of Tubingen (Germany).



Youth and Confirmation Work in Europe The Second International Study

Youth and Confirmation Work in Europe  The Second International Study Author Friedrich Schweitzer
ISBN-10 3579082256
Release 2015-11-23
Pages 352
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Developing a Public Faith

Developing a Public Faith Author Friedrich Schweitzer
ISBN-10 0827206313
Release 2003-12-01
Pages 288
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This collection of fifteen essays honors James Fowler, the best-known voice on faith development. Each essay explores faith development theory with a particular interest in extending Fowler's most original idea: Fowler's broad and encompassing attention to the four mutually influential tasks of practical theology has mirrored new understandings of the field of the last few decades.



Religious Education Between Modernization and Globalization

Religious Education Between Modernization and Globalization Author Richard Robert Osmer
ISBN-10 0802812848
Release 2003
Pages 319
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While major strides are being made to improve religious education in churches nationwide, much can be learned by looking at the subject from a global perspective. "Religious Education between Modernization and Globalization" is a first -- and very significant -- effort to reap the benefits of sharing educational successes and challenges between countries, in this case the United States and Germany. Featuring a unique comparative approach to religious education, the book first explores the importance of studying the styles and methods of religious education within differing social contexts, and it presents modernization, globalization, and postmodernism as key frameworks for such research. Next, central figures and texts in twentieth-century religious education in both Germany and the United States are examined and compared. The last section of the book points out the challenges facing religious education in the new millennium and offers constructive proposals that will interest not only Protestants and Catholics but also members of Jewish, Muslim, and other faith communities.



Content and Language Integrated Learning CLIL in Europe

Content and Language Integrated Learning  CLIL  in Europe Author Stephan Breidbach
ISBN-10 3631644000
Release 2013
Pages 335
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Content and Language Integrated Learning has received a strong tailwind in European educational and language policies. It is on the verge of becoming a mainstream phenomenon. However, an overly speedy implementation of -CLIL for all- might bear a number of risks for all groups of stakeholders. The purpose of this book is to link the growing empirical knowledge about the full complexity of CLIL to the current European educational and language policies. The articles collected in this volume contribute to a more systematic evidence base of CLIL that has frequently been called for at a European level. This bi-lingual volume (English/German) brings together authors from several European countries to present significant findings from recent CLIL research in the light of the developments in education policy. The four parts of the book focus on the reconstruction of learning processes, learner achievement, theory-driven investigations of the concept of CLIL itself, and critical reflections on the current -CLIL boom-."



The Encyclopedia of European Migration and Minorities

The Encyclopedia of European Migration and Minorities Author Klaus J. Bade
ISBN-10 0521895863
Release 2011-09-19
Pages 860
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Although migration and integration have become important concepts today as a result of globalization, migration movements, integration, and multiculturalism have always been part of the history of Europe. Few people realize how many ethnic groups participated in migration within Europe or into Europe and this ignorance has grave consequences for the social and political status of immigrants. Newly available to an English-speaking audience, this encyclopedia presents a systematic overview of the existing scholarship regarding migration within and into Europe. The first section contains survey studies of the various regions and countries in Europe covering the last centuries. The second sections presents information on about 220 individual groups of migrants from the Sephardic Jews emigration from Spain and Portugal in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to the present-day migration of old-age pensioners to the holiday villages in the sun. The first resource of its kind, The Encyclopedia of Migration is a comprehensive and authoritative research tool.