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Encountering Religious Pluralism in School and Society

Thorsten Knauth, Dan-Paul Jozsa, Gerdien Bertram-Troost, Julia Ipgrave

Europe's religious plurality has filtered into the consciousness of the younger generation. They recognise the importance of getting to know about a wide range of religious traditions and worldviews and many consider school to be an excellent venue for this learning. In the present volume we present an empirical qualitative study of religion in the lives and schooling of young people in Europe. The participating countries are Russia, Estonia, Norway, Germany, England, The Netherlands, France and Spain.