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Christianity and moral identity in higher education / Perry L. Glanzer and Todd C. Ream.


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Glanzer, Perry L. (Perry Lynn)
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1st ed. - New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
  • Book
  • xi, 275 p. ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [259]-269) and index.
  • PART I: MORAL EDUCATION IN CONTEMPORARY HIGHER EDUCATION Introduction: A Less than Human Education Moral Development and Moral Order Searching for Common, Tradition-Free Approaches to Moral Education: A Brief History Addressing the Moral Quandary Facing Contemporary Higher Education: Moral Education in Postmodern Universities PART II: A MORE HUMAN EDUCATION: MORAL FORMATION IN A SPECIFIC TRADITION The Levels of Constrained Identity Agreement Used To Advance Moral Education Case Study I: Moral Education in Secular Colleges and Universities Case Study II: Moral Education among Christian Colleges and Universities Moral Order and Moral Education within Comprehensive Moral Traditions * PART III: MORAL EDUCATION AND LIBERAL EDUCATION * Comparing Types and Levels of Constrained Identity Agreement Diversity and Autonomy and the Different Levels of Constrained Identity Agreement PART IV: STRENGTHENING MORAL EDUCATION IN A PARTICULAR TRADITION Christian Humanism and Christ-Centered Education: The Redemptive Development of Humans and Human Creations A More Human Christian Education: An Exercise in Moral Imagination.
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Publisher's Summary:
This book offers examples from both Christian and secular democratic institutions of higher education and then responds to possible criticisms about how moral education in a comprehensive humanist moral tradition may short change diversity, autonomy and critical thinking.
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Ream, Todd C.

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