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    Notes on Contributors and Acknowledgements.Dwight Boyd, Yen-Hsin Chen, Brian Gates, J. Mark Halstead & Helen Haste - 2011 - Journal of Moral Education 40 (3).
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    Religion, Morality and Education ‐Constitutionally Incongruent?Brian Gates - 1990 - Journal of Moral Education 19 (3):147-158.
    Abstract Religion is a disputed area in relation to both morality and politics. Similarly, while some argue that moral education should be based on a preferred religious reference point, others reject this as categorically wrong. Both these views are false, because based on a selective perception of the universal human context, a tendency also evident in other spheres. Typically, there are three constitutional responses to religion ? established singularity, secular pluralism and selective consensus ? each with its own consequences for (...)
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    Religion as Cuckoo or Crucible: Beliefs and Believing as Vital for Citizenship and Citizenship Education.Brian E. Gates - 2006 - Journal of Moral Education 35 (4):571-594.
    The importance of motivational beliefs and, more specifically, religion, is identified as central for both citizenship and citizenship education. Whether they take an expressly religious form, or appear in a purportedly more open form, such as faith or world view, beliefs are at the core of human being. The tendency to speak more of shared values than beliefs in the context of educating citizens is open to question - values are not necessarily any more universally agreed, since they too are (...)
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    ‘Doing God’ in Ethics and Education: A Play in Five Acts.Brian Gates - 2011 - Journal of Moral Education 40 (3):309-317.
    This is a story of the intertwining of moral education with religious education in a professional lifetime. It is told episodically. Instead of the purported intellectual respectability of total separation of one from the other, even elimination of one by the other, it favours their mutual critique. It begins with strong sentiment, inspired in part by an early exposure to American Social Gospel thinking. It unwinds and rewinds to create a tapestry for lifespan research which considers how children and young (...)
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    Where is the Moral in Citizenship Education?Brian E. Gates - 2006 - Journal of Moral Education 35 (4):437-441.
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