Children's Perspectives on Believing and Belonging
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What role does religion play in children's lives? Based on a study carried out by the University of East London, involving 100 children aged 9 to 11 from three schools in inner city areas in the North of England and London, this research report considers religiously diverse schools and local communities.
Children's Perspectives on Believing and Belonging shows that children's religious identities and experiences are diverse and complex, that they understand many aspects of religious diversity, and they are able to talk about it with interest and insight.
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