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An exploration of the experiences of minority faith and minority worldview students of a Roman Catholic school ethos in post-primary schools in the Republic of Ireland

@inproceedings{Stapleton2018AnEO,
  title={An exploration of the experiences of minority faith and minority worldview students of a Roman Catholic school ethos in post-primary schools in the Republic of Ireland},
  author={Catherine Stapleton},
  year={2018}
}
This study explores the school-based experiences of a sample of students of minority faith or minority worldview attending Post-Primary schools with a Catholic ethos. The primary aim of this research is to give voice to these students regarding their experiences of a Catholic school ethos and how this ethos caters for the spiritual and moral development of this cohort of students. A secondary aim of the research is to explore the relevance and practise of identity humility theory in relation to… Expand
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