Schooling the Muslim family: The Danish school system, the “foreign worker”- family and the practiced concepts of ‘tradition’, ‘religion’, ‘culture’ and ‘values’ from the 1970s onwards

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Abstract

On the instrumentalization of Biblical Criticism in the Education System in Denmark and Sweden
Translated title of the contributionAt skole den muslimske familie: Det danske skolesystem, "fremmedarbejder"-familien og socialt praktiserede begreber om 'tradition', 'religion', 'kultur' og 'værdier' fra 1970erne og frem
Original languageEnglish
Publication dateJul 2016
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2016
EventInternational Seminar for Religious Education and Values: Values, Human Rights and Religious Education - University of St. Mary at the Lake, Chicago
Duration: 31 Jul 20165 Aug 2016
Conference number: 20
http://aulre.org/2015/06/28/the-twentieth-session-of-the-international-seminar-on-religious-education-and-values-sunday-31st-july-to-friday-5th-august-2016-in-chicago-usa/

Conference

ConferenceInternational Seminar for Religious Education and Values
Number20
LocationUniversity of St. Mary at the Lake, Chicago
Period31/07/201605/08/2016
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Keywords

  • Biblical Criticism
  • Cultural Protestantism
  • The Education system
  • The Nordic states

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