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Attitudes to religious and moral education (2301)

Type of Data: Attitudes to religious and moral education (2301)

Faith Community: General

Date: 1967

Geography: England

Sample Size: 2615 (72% response)

Population: Primary and secondary school teachers

Keywords: Christian ethics, Christianity, collective worship, Education Act 1944, legislation, moral education, religious education, religious instruction

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Philip Radford May

Published Source:

  • Philip Radford May, 'Why Teachers Want Religion in School', Learning for Living, Vol. 8, No. l, September 1968, pp. 13-17
  • Philip Radford May, 'Teachers' Attitudes to Religious Education', Educational Research, Vol. 11, 1968-69, pp. 66-70
  • Philip Radford May, 'Attitudes of County Durham Teachers to Religious and Moral Education', Durham Research Review, Vol. 6, 1968-71, pp. 285-94, 351-7
  • Philip Radford May, Moral Education in School, London: Methuen, 1971, pp. 48-119

    BRIN ID: 2301


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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