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245 00 Religion, education and human rights :|btheoretical and 
       empirical perspectives /|cedited by Anders Sjoborg, Hans-
       Georg Ziebertz 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (vi, 212 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  Religion and human rights,|x2510-4306 ;|vvolume 1 
520    This book examines the interconnectedness between religion,
       education, and human rights from an international 
       perspective using an interdisciplinary approach. It deals 
       with compulsory or secondary school education in different
       contexts, as well as higher education, and has as its 
       common theme the multiplicity of secularisms in different 
       national contexts. Presenting rich cases, the 
       contributions include empirical and theoretical 
       perspectives on how international trends of migration and 
       cultural diversity, as well as judicialization of social 
       and political processes, and rapid religious and social 
       changes come into play as societies find their way in an 
       increasingly diverse context. The book contains chapters 
       that present case studies on how confessional or non-
       confessional Religious Education (RE) at schools in 
       different societal contexts is related to the concept of 
       universal human rights. It presents cases studies that 
       display an intriguing array of problems that point to the 
       role of religion in the public sphere and show that 
       historical contexts play important and different roles. 
       Other contributions deal with higher education, where one 
       questions how human rights as a concept and as discourse 
       is taught and examines whether withdrawing from certain 
       clinical training when in university education to become a
       medical doctor or a midwife on the grounds of 
       conscientious objections can be claimed as a human right. 
       From a judicial point of view one chapter discerns the 
       construction of the concept of religion in the Swedish 
       Education Act, in relation to the Swedish constitution as 
       well European legislation. Finally, an empirical study 
       comparing data from young people in six different 
       countries in three continents investigates factors that 
       explain attitudes towards human rights 
650  0 Human rights|xReligious aspects 
650  0 Religious education 
650 14 Social Sciences 
650 24 Sociology of Religion 
650 24 Human Rights 
650 24 Religion and Society 
650 24 Religion and Education 
700 1  Sjoborg, Anders,|eeditor 
700 1  Ziebertz, Hans-Georg,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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830  0 Religion and human rights ;|vvolume 1 
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