The Impact of Education
Coeditor, The Impact of Education on Character Formation, Ethical Education, and the Communication of Values in Late Modern Pluralistic Societies (Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 2022) (with Stephen Pickard and Michael Welker)
Volume 5 of a 10 volume series on Character Formation, Ethical Education, and the Communication of Values in Late Modern Pluralistic Societies.
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This book investigates the impact of education on the formation of character, moral education and the communication of values in late modern pluralistic societies. Scholars from four continents and many different academic fields are involved. While the basic framework for the contributions is informed by Christian traditions, the disciplines cover a significant range, including theology, education, psychology, literature, anthropology, law, and business. This makes for a rich variety of thematic concentrations and perspectives. Readers will quickly sense that the educational foundations and trajectories of any given country are pervasive and have a significant reach into the fabric and shape of the society and its values, making education a barometer of the well-being of a people and their culture. The result is a volume that will inform, stimulate and challenge our understanding of the role of education in contemporary societies.
Contributions by Chung-Hyun Baik, Ashley Rogers Berner, David S. Cunningham, Joachim Funke, Charles L. Glenn, Robert W. Hefner, Darcia Narvaez, Stephen Pickard, Irene Pieper, Jo-Anne Reid, Heike Springhart, Anne W. Stewart, Michael Welker, and John Witte, Jr.
Table of Contents
Part One: Society, Values, and Character
Part Two: National Contexts
Part Three: Emerging Themes
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