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Changing Societies & Personalities

Changing Societies & Personalities №3 2018 (260,00 руб.)

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АннотацияВ издании представлены теоретические и эмпирические исследования, связанные с широким кругом дисциплин в контексте ценностного плюрализма и социальной гетерогенности (пост)-модерного общества. Статьи соответствуют следующим тематическим блокам: ценностные измерения взаимосвязи между социально-политическими трансформациями и личностной идентичностью; изменения в ценностных ориентациях; гендерные и эйджинговые идеологии как факторы политических, моральных, религиозных и социальных изменений; образовательные стратегии как способы обучения особым социальным компетенциям; пост-секулярный религиозный индивидуализм; социальная эксклюзия и инклюзия и пр. Журнал публикует оригинальные статьи, дискуссии, обзоры и рецензии на английском языке. Transformation of societies entails the replacement of existing socio-cultural values with new ones and the development of new ideas applicable to new situations. These changes involve values concerning political life, social order, religion, work motivation, gender roles, behavior patterns, social interactions, etc. Changes of values do not occur in a uniform fashion in all domains and social settings. In many cases, values gradually become personal concerns leading to individual choice of life-style. Rules and prescriptions imposed by political and non-political structures are no longer taken for granted. However there are defenders of so-called traditional values representing hierarchical institutions, both religious and secular in many regions of the world.
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В издании представлены теоретические и эмпирические исследования, связанные с широким кругом дисциплин в контексте ценностного плюрализма и социальной гетерогенности (пост)-модерного общества. <...> Статьи соответствуют следующим тематическим блокам: ценностные измерения взаимосвязи между социально-политическими трансформациями и личностной идентичностью; изменения в ценностных ориентациях; гендерные и эйджинговые идеологии как факторы политических, моральных, религиозных и социальных изменений; образовательные стратегии как способы обучения особым социальным компетенциям; пост-секулярный религиозный индивидуализм; социальная эксклюзия и инклюзия и пр. <...> Transformation of societies entails the replacement of existing socio-cultural values with new ones and the development of new ideas applicable to new situations. <...> These changes involve values concerning political life, social order, religion, work motivation, gender roles, behavior patterns, social interactions, etc. <...> Changes of values do not occur in a uniform fashion in all domains and social settings. <...> In many cases, values gradually become personal concerns leading to individual choice of life-style. <...> Rules and prescriptions imposed by political and non-political structures are no longer taken for granted. <...> However there are defenders of so-called traditional values representing hierarchical institutions, both religious and secular in many regions of the world.! <...>
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Online ISSN: 2587-8964 Print ISSN: 2587-6104 2018, Vol. 2, No. 3 Published quarterly Founded in 2016 Founder and Publisher: AUral Federal University named after the first President of Russia Boris N. Yeltsin. ddress: 9 Mira street, Yekaterinburg, Russia, 620002 Journal contact information: Ph51 Lenin Avenue, room 240, Yekaterinburg, Russia, 620000 E one: +7 (343) 389-9412 eb: https://changing-sp.com W-mail: editor@changing-sp.com The Journal is registered by the Federal Agency for Supervision in the Sphere C of Telecomunication, Information Technologies and Mass Communication, ertificate of Registration: ПИ № ФС77–65509 from May 4, 2016 Aims and scope: Changing Societies & Personalities is an international, peer-reviewed quarterly r journal, published in English by the Ural Federal University. CS&P examines how nowledge. Since an interdisciplinary approach is needed to understand the causes vapid societallevel changes are reshaping individual-level beliefs, motivations and i alues – and how these individual-level changes in turn are reshaping societies. The anterplay of personality traits and sociocultural factors in defining motivation, deliberation, kction and reflection of individuals requires a combination of theoretical and empirical and consequences of the contemporary world’s changing socio-political institutions, c moral values, and religious beliefs, the journal welcomes theoretical and empirical opics of interest include, but are not limited to – value implications of interactions between socio-political transformations and personal self-identity; sontributions from a wide range of perspectives in the context of value pluralism and Tocial heterogeneity of (post)modern society. – changes in value orientations, materialist and post-materialist values; – moral reasoning and behavior; – variability and continuity in the election of styles of moral regime and/or religious identity; – the moral bases of political preferences and their elimination; – social exclusion and inclusion; – post-secular religious individualism; – tolerance and merely ‘tolerating’: their meanings, varieties and fundamental bases; – ideologies of gender and age as variables in political, moral, religious and social change; The journal publishes original research articles, forum discussions, review articles and book reviews. – educational strategies as training for specific social competences; – social and existential security. https://changing-sp.com/ojs/index.php/csp/index
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Editor-in-Chief Elena A. Stepanova Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences International Co-Editor Ivan Strenski Editorial Board Andrey S. Menshikov Ural Federal University, Russia – Deputy Editor Olga A. Iakimova Editorial Council Eva Boštjančič Radu Burlacu Juan Diez Nicolas Annika Hvithamar Ronald Inglehart Ural Federal University, Russia – Executive Editor Alexey N. Borbunov Ural Federal University, Russia – Sub-Editor / Web Editor University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Université Pierre Mendès, France Keele University, UK University of California, Riverside (UCR), USA Marharyta Fabrykant Belarusian State University, Belarus Martin van Gelderen University of Göttingen, Germany John Horton Fayruza S. Ismagilova Ural Federal University, Russia Tim Jensen Copenhagen University, DK University of Michigan, USA University of Southern Denmark, DK Maxim B. Khomyakov Higher School of Economics, Russia Natalia G. Popova Gregory Simons Nikolay G. Skvortsov St. Petersburg State University, Russia Abdulkader Tayob Katya Tolstaya Elena G. Trubina Peter Wagner University of Cape Town, South Africa Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Ural Federal University, Russia University of Barcelona, Spain https://changing-sp.com/ojs/index.php/csp/about/editorialTeam Guest Editors Abdulkader Tayob Danika Driesen Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Uppsala University, Sweden Complutense University of Madrid, Spain University of Cape Town, South Africa University of Cape Town, South Africa
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Changing Societies & Personalities, 2018 Vol. 2, No. 3 SPECIAL ISSUE: The Politics and Pedagogy of Religion Education CONTENTS Editorial The Politics and Pedagogy of Religion Education: Policies, Syllabi and Future Prospects Abdulkader Tayob ...............................................................................225 Conference Papers English Religious Education: Developments, Identity, and Diversity L. Philip Barnes ...................................................................................232 Religious Education Syllabuses for Secondary School Teachers in Zambia: Catholic Missionaries’ Contributions Nelly Mwale .........................................................................................242 Religious Education in India: Debates and Experiences Manisha Sethi .....................................................................................249 Religious Education in Russia: Between Methodological Neutrality and Theological Partiality Elena A. Stepanova .............................................................................260 Inter-Religious Cooperation and its Challenges in Schools and Public Life in South Africa Ahmed Bhayat ..................................................................................... 267
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224 Contents Religion Education and Critical Education: The Case of Barnato Park High School in South Africa Tlou Russell Choshi ............................................................................. 271 The Use of Media in a South African School: A Case Study of Khabazela High School in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Sibusiso S. Mgenge ............................................................................ 275 Siyakholwa – We Believe: A Case Study on the Mediatisation of Religion Education and Religious Pluralism Lee Scharnick-Udemans ....................................................................279 Reflecting on the Teaching of Islam in Religious Education Teacher Education Programme at the University of Zambia Joseph Chita .......................................................................................285 School Management and Leadership Education for Multi-Religious Schools Maitumeleng A. Nthontho ...................................................................292 Ethical Code ......................................................................................305 Instruction for Authors ...................................................................310
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