Pre-service teachers’ interpretations of religious policy in citizenship education in China

@article{Ye2019PreserviceTI,
  title={Pre-service teachers’ interpretations of religious policy in citizenship education in China},
  author={Wangbei Ye and Wing-Wah law},
  journal={British Journal of Religious Education},
  year={2019},
  volume={41},
  pages={327 - 336}
}
  • W. Ye, W. law
  • Published 3 July 2019
  • Education, Sociology
  • British Journal of Religious Education
Abstract Studies about religion and education in post-Mao China have become more common in recent years, but very few have touched on teacher and religious education at the basic education level. This study adopted a mixed methodology approach (questionnaire, interview and lesson design analysis) to report Chinese pre-service teachers’ interpretations of religious policy in citizenship education. The analyses of the findings reveal that pre-service teachers actively constructed their… 

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