Afterword (chapter 15)

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Shaw, M. (2024). Afterword (chapter 15). in: Enstedt, D., Flensner, K.K and Kardemark, W. (ed.) Religious Literacy in Secular Religious Education Nordic Perspectives and Beyond Waxmann. pp. 253-262
AuthorsShaw, M.
EditorsEnstedt, D., Flensner, K.K and Kardemark, W.
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This is an invited afterward, which comments on the contributions within the anthology on religious literacy in the context of Nordic religious education. Based on her own theorisation of worldview literacy, Martha Shaw provides commentary on the various ways in which religious literacy is understood and approached in the classroom.

Page range253-262
Year2024
Book titleReligious Literacy in Secular Religious Education Nordic Perspectives and Beyond
PublisherWaxmann
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SeriesReligious Diversity and Education in Europe, vol. 46
ISBN978-3-8309-4752-3
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Accepted27 Nov 2023
Deposited28 Nov 2023
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