Location, space and place in religious education / Martin Rothgangel, Kerstin von Brömssen, Hans-Günter Heimbrock, Geir Skeie (eds.).
Rothgangel, Martin. (redaktör/utgivare)
- Brömssen, Kerstin von, 1952- (redaktör/utgivare)
Alternativt namn: Von Brömssen, Kerstin, 1952-
Heimbrock, Hans-Günter (redaktör/utgivare)
Skeie, Geir (redaktör/utgivare)
- ISBN 3830986254
- Publicerad: Münster : Waxmann, 2017
- Engelska 1 online resurs (254 sidor)
Serie: Religious diversity and education in Europe, 1862-9547 ; 34
- Socio-spatial theories – a short introduction (Kerstin von Brömssen ) -- Theoretical and methodological aspects of the concepts of place and space (Ina ter Avest and Cok Bakker) phenomenological approach (Hans-Günter Heimbrock) -- Location, place and space (Julia Ipgrave) -- Spatial and temporal explanations in researching religious education (Nigel Fancourt) -- The RE classroom as a safe public space. Critical perspectives on dialogue, demands for respect, and nuanced religious education (Christina Osbeck, Karin Sporre and Geir Skeie) -- In different worlds. Religious discourses in students’ space in three upper secondary schools in Sweden (Kerstin von Brömssen and Signild Risenfors) -- Crucifixes in classrooms. The pedagogical assumptions of the European Courts (Nigel Fancourt) -- Place attachment and sense of place Transformation of spaces into places children feel attached to (Ina ter Avest and Cok Bakker) -- Transforming local places to learning spaces in religious education. Revisiting a collaborative research project (Geir Skeie) -- The relevance of location, space and place for religion teachers. A secondary analysis of an empirical study in Germany (Martin Rothgangel in cooperation with Christhard Lück and Philipp Klutz)?Show LevelNo location. The problem of indirect encounters with religion in secular schools (Kåre Fuglseth) -- Adolescent lifestyle groups, their favorite places and challenges for religious education. An empirical study in a rural area of Germany (Carsten Gennerich) -- The category of space in the historiography of religious education. Transnational perspectives (David Käbisch) -- Imagining the place. The multiple meanings of a school chapel (Julia Ipgrave) -- Church pedagogy. Exploring churches in religious education (Silke Leonhard) -- Mapping inner space (Hans-Günter Heimbrock).
- People form attachments to their home, their neighbourhood and environment, to the region and nation to which they belong. They express feelings about space and place, especially so in ‘globalized times'. In religious studies, in theology, and in education, there is a growing interest in spatial theories either as constructed within national borders, or within international and transnational spaces. The “spatial turn” has become an acknowledged term in interdisciplinary discourses.Although every practice of religious education is situated and contextually dependent, religious education (RE) research until now has not systematically paid attention to this fundamental insight. This volume is devoted specifically to clarifying the close relationship between RE practice and spatial and situational conditions. After clarifying the main concepts in Part 1, Part 2 includes chapters related to classroom studies, while Part 3 focuses on studies about teachers of religious education. Part 4 contains studies beyond the classroom, such as school chapels, churches, and ‘inner space'.All contributions to this volume were developed in the context of the European Network for Religious Education through Contextual Approaches (ENRECA) which has focused recently on the central issue of space and place.
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