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Author Everett, Helen, author

Title Faith schools, tolerance and diversity : exploring the influence of education on students' attitudes of tolerance / Helen Everett ; Jan Germen Janmaat, Edward Vickers, Henry Everett, editors
Published Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
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Contents Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Author; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Faith Schools and Their Effect on Tolerance; 1.3 A Note on Terminology; 1.4 The Increasing Debate Over Faith Schools; 1.5 A Brief Overview of This Book; Bibliography; 2: Understanding Tolerance; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Defining Tolerance; 2.2.1 Introduction; 2.2.2 A Provisional Definition of Tolerance; 2.2.3 Component 1: Dislike and Disapproval; 2.2.4 Component 2: Constraint and Behaviour; 2.2.5 Opposing Tolerance
2.2.6 Tolerance and Education Policy2.3 The Origin of Tolerance; 2.3.1 Sociobiology; 2.3.2 The Cognitive Dimension: Stereotypes; 2.3.3 Tolerance and Prejudice: The Individual Dimension; 2.3.4 Adorno and the Authoritarian Personality; 2.3.5 Tolerance and Prejudice: The Contribution of the Social; 2.3.6 Realistic Group Conflict Theory (RCT); 2.3.7 Social Identity Theory (SIT); 2.3.7.1 Inter-group Continuum; 2.3.7.2 Changing the Evaluation; 2.3.7.3 Employing the Strategy of Social Competition; 2.3.8 Summary; 2.4 Tolerance, Religions and Faith; 2.4.1 Theology and Tolerance
2.5 Education and Tolerance2.5.1 Why and How Does Education Affect Tolerance?; 2.5.2 Cognitive Sophistication; 2.5.3 Socialisation; 2.5.3.1 Indirectly: Personality; 2.5.3.2 Directly: Through the Curriculum; 2.5.4 Contact; 2.6 Faith Schools and Tolerance; 2.6.1 The Theoretical Approach; 2.6.1.1 The Segregation Argument; 2.6.1.2 Indoctrination or Cultural Coherence?; 2.6.2 The Exploratory Approach; 2.6.2.1 The School; 2.6.2.2 The Students; 2.7 Summary of Theoretical Approaches; 2.8 This Study's Methodology; 2.8.1 Collecting Data on Tolerance and School Influences
2.8.2 The Selection of SchoolsBibliography; 3: The School; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 School Themes; 3.2.1 Contact; 3.2.2 Socialisation; 3.2.3 Cognitive Sophistication; 3.2.4 The Religious Identity; 3.3 The Roman Catholic Independent School; 3.3.1 Contact; 3.3.2 Socialisation; 3.3.3 Cognitive Sophistication; 3.3.4 The Religious Identity; 3.3.5 RCI School Summary; 3.4 The Roman Catholic State School; 3.4.1 Contact; 3.4.2 Socialisation; 3.4.3 Cognitive Sophistication; 3.4.4 Religious Identity; 3.4.5 RCS School Summary; 3.5 The Evangelical Christian School; 3.5.1 Contact
3.5.2 Socialisation3.5.3 Cognitive Sophistication; 3.5.4 Religious Identity; 3.5.5 ECI School Summary; 3.6 The Muslim School; 3.6.1 Contact; 3.6.2 Socialisation; 3.6.3 Cognitive Sophistication; 3.6.4 The Religious Identity; 3.6.5 MI School Summary; 3.7 The Non-faith Independent School; 3.7.1 Contact; 3.7.2 Socialisation; 3.7.3 Cognitive Sophistication; 3.7.4 NFI School Summary; 3.8 The Non-faith State School; 3.8.1 Contact; 3.8.2 Socialisation; 3.8.3 Cognitive Sophistication; 3.8.4 NFS School Summary; 3.9 Provisional Hypotheses; 3.9.1 Contact; 3.9.2 Socialisation
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Church schools.
Toleration -- Religious aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author Everett, Henry, editor
Janmaat, Jan Germen, editor
Vickers, Edward, 1971- editor
ISBN 3319695665 (electronic bk.)
9783319695662 (electronic bk.)