Authors

Graham Rossiter

Publication Date

2011

Abstract

This article presents a summary portrait of contemporary youth spirituality, drawn collectively from a range of research studies over the last decade. It shows how there has been a significant change in the way people construct spirituality, and this implies a different role for religion. Many young people, as well as adults, have a more individualistic, subjective, eclectic, secular spirituality. Identifying the change is an important starting point for a church school religious education that sets out to enhance and resource pupils' spirituality.

School/Institute

School of Education

Document Type

Journal Article

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