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Lee, Boyung – Religious Education, 2010
This article proposes a postcolonial intercultural pedagogy, one that can create Liberating Interdependence among communities and across boundaries. First, the author examines conflicting ways that the Exodus is told in different communities: as a story of the God of the oppressed and as a story about an unjust God. Second, after analyzing the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Cultural Awareness, Intercultural Communication, Religious Education
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Lee, Boyung – Religious Education, 2010
No one in this global age can teach and learn without engaging one's neighbors. The cosmos's far-reaching cultural flow forces Religious Education scholars and practitioners to be fluent in intercultural communication. Notwithstanding this pursuit, the author finds that one of the obstacles for religious educators is their textbooks' cultural…
Descriptors: Intercultural Communication, Textbooks, Teaching Methods, Religious Education
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Lee, Boyung – Religious Education, 2007
Postcolonial biblical scholars use the hermeneutics of decolonization to reinterpret the biblical text. One goal is to find contemporary applications for an age-old message. This article explores the challenges and implications of postcolonial hermeneutics for biblical pedagogy. First, the author explores fundamental hermeneutical principles of…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Hermeneutics, Biblical Literature, Instruction
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Lee, Boyung – Religious Education, 2006
This article examines sexuality, a null curriculum in Asian-American faith communities, and explores pedagogical strategies to move the sexuality discourse to the explicit curriculum. The article first describes the current discussion of sexuality in Asian-American communities, then it critically analyzes the Confucian notion of the body, which…
Descriptors: Religious Factors, Human Body, Cultural Influences, Asian Americans
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Moore, Mary Elizabeth; Lee, Boyung; Turpin, Katherine; Casas, Ralph; Bridgers, Lynn; Miles, Veronice – Religious Education, 2004
Religious education has changed considerably over the 100 years of the Religious Education Association (REA); urgency has increased for human communities to honor diversity. The focus of this article is realities, visions, and promises of cultural diversity. The article includes an overview of REA's recent history, exemplifying its efforts and…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Cultural Pluralism, Multicultural Education, College Students