2 edition of Religion in higher education in Canada. found in the catalog.
Religion in higher education in Canada.
Kenneth MacLean Glazier
Written in English
Reprinted from Religious Education, January-February, 1945, p. 27-33.
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Despite the increased trend towards secularization in state schooling, issues of religion and spirituality have remained important. Increased pluralism within societies through expanding migration patterns is changing the religious and cultural contours of many countries in Europe and North America, and is creating a need for a deeper understanding of religious : Malina Sivasubramaniam, Ruth Hayhoe. Phone. Business Hours. Monday – Friday am to pm EST.
Religion and belief in higher education: the experiences of staff and students Contents Executive summary 1 Recommendations 13 Reflective questions 15 1 Introduction 18 Background 18 Aims 21 Methods 24 2 Participation and access 28 Data collection and consultation 28 Teaching and learning 35 Dietary matters I do not often pay extended attention to state-specific legislative battles in California. But the recent discussion regarding California Senate Bill drew my attention and my concern. While this story may not have made national headlines, it certainly generated much discussion among leaders in Christian higher education.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Section 1. Patterns and trends: insights from survey research --Religion and higher education in the United States: extending the research --How religion or belief frame participation and access in UK higher education --Religiously unaffiliated students in the. Religion and Higher Education in Europe and North AmericaAuneKristinStevensonJacqueline, London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, , $ pbk, pp., ISBN.
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Book Description. Religion and Higher Education in Europe and North America illuminates the experiences of staff and students in higher education as they negotiate the university environment. Religious extremism has been rising across Europe, whilst recent attacks have thrown public debate around the place of religion on campus, the role of universities in recognising and managing religious.
According to the authors, higher education today suffers from a lack of a clearly articulated purpose, a deficiency particularly challenging to religiously-affiliated institutions.
This volume attempts to address the problems currently facing denomination-affiliated institutions of higher education, beginning with an introduction to government aid and the regulation of religious colleges and 5/5(1). Religion and Higher Education: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly By Darren E.
Sherkat Published on: Darren E. Sherkat serves as chair of the sociology department at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. His research interests include the sociology of religion, social movements and collective behavior, statistics and methods,File Size: KB.
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By James C. Kennedy and Caroline J. Simon. Eerdmans, pp. The First Amendment as applied to religion has two provisions: the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause. The Establishment Clause prohibits state-sponsored religious activity, such as from public higher education institutions.
The Free Exercise Clause, on the other hand, protects the individual’s right to “practice religion as they please, so long as the practice does not run. When Diversity Drops: Race, Religion, and Affirmative Action in Higher Education [Park, Julie J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When Diversity Drops: Race, Religion, and Affirmative Action in Higher EducationCited by: This article explores what religious frameworks and institutions have to contribute to college-in-prison.
We first provide an historical overview of higher education programs in American prisons. Then, we limn the role religion can play in motivating people to commit themselves to educating incarcerated people. Because this work is so thorny, we document some of the generic challenges programs Cited by: 1.
Christina Hwang is a doctoral candidate in Higher Education in the Department of Leadership, Higher, and Adult Education and Comparative, International and Development Education programme at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada.
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Religion in Canada encompasses a wide range of groups and beliefs. Christianity is the largest religion in Canada, with Roman Catholics having the most adherents. Christians, representing % of the population inare followed by people having no religion with % of the total population.
Other faiths include Muslims (%), Hindus (%), Sikhs (%), Buddhists (%), and Jews (%). So why is harassment motivated by religion such a problem, and how can universities tackle it.
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Religion is already an active agent in higher education, in the lives of teachers and students, as well as in the world that higher education is designed to explain and serve.
This book informs, challenges and inspires its readers as it weakens the facile distinctions between religious and secular thought."--Lee S. Shulman, President Emeritus Cited by: Book Authors Professionals Researchers Institutions Librarians Higher Education Information & Library Science Special Education Special Topics We develop digital education, learning, assessment and certification solutions to help universities, businesses and individuals move between education and employment and achieve their ambitions.
Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) is a non-profit association of 34 Christian post-secondary educational institutions. Associated with the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), CHEC’s mission is “to advance Christian higher education, foster institutional cooperation, and raise public awareness of the value of Christian higher education in Canada.”.
Christian Higher Education Canada, Inc. (CHEC) is an umbrella charitable organization, based in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada, that improves the efficiency and effectiveness of universities and colleges that are intentionally Christ-centred.
CHEC's mission is: to advance the effectiveness of Christian higher education at member schools,; To fostering institutional cooperation,Headquarters: Ancaster, Ontario.
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The Supreme Court in this book is less an active culprit in causing religion-free education than a codifier of the effects of secularization. Nord devotes more pages to the process of public school secularization than his neutrality thesis requires and fewer than would be necessary for a thorough cultural history of religion and education.
Break through to learning reimagined. Designed for the way today's Religion students read, think, and learn, Revel™ empowers educators to increase engagement with the. Driven in large part by the public resurgence of the sacred, religion's academic comeback has also been aided by an epistemological revolution in higher education.
For the faculty, the rise of post-modern, post-positivist, feminist, and minority-group scholarship has called into question the ideals of objectivity and value-free scholarship.By foregrounding a combination of "perspective transformation" and "embodied learning" as a means of increasing students’ appreciation for the varied social, psychological, theological and cultural contexts in which attitudes to sexuality develop, the volume posits sexuality as a critical element of teaching about religion in higher education.
The mids produced an unprecedented explosion of historical scholarship on religion in American higher education, with four prominent works being George Marsden and Bradley Longfield’s edited volume, The Secularization of the Academy (Oxford University Press, ); Marsden’s Soul of the American University (Oxford University Press, ); Philip Gleason’s Contending with Modernity.