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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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Bruce, Elizabeth McIsaac – Religious Education, 2008
This article identifies various research characteristics of narrative inquiry including its holistic and creative approach and its emphases on experience, relationships and participation, subjectivity and consciousness-raising, commitment and resistance, ethical action, and claiming voice and power. The author suggests that these characteristics…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Personal Narratives, Religion, Consciousness Raising
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Vann, Jane Rogers – Religious Education, 1997
Argues that the act of worship can become an act of resistance against the hegemony of a dominant culture. Maintains that congregational life offers the possibility to awaken people's discontent, foster skepticism toward prevailing assumptions, articulate ethical alternatives, and develop readiness for struggle and change. (MJP)
Descriptors: Advocacy, Church Programs, Consciousness Raising, Educational Development
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Bowman, Lorna M. A. – Religious Education, 1996
Discusses the educational philosophy of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus and its impact upon the women of Nigeria and Ghana. This religious instruction allowed them to attain a liberated means of self-expression and leadership faithful to their cultural heritage as African women and their formation as Christians. (MJP)
Descriptors: African Culture, Consciousness Raising, Cultural Influences, Females