Religion and Ethics in a Pluralist Society

Religion and Ethics in a Pluralist Society

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Nelson's Religion and Ethics in a Pluralist Society is a brand new resource written specifically to meet the requirements of the Religion and Society VCE Units 1 & 2 Study Design 2011'2015. Written by a large and expert author team headed by Mary Tuohy, Ray Elliott, Paul Rule and Shaun Harper, Religion and Ethics in a Pluralist Society combines higher order thinking and ICT to engage students to discuss, decide, reflect and analyse the great questions of life.

Also available as an interactive NelsonNetBook, either as a supplement to the printed text or as a standalone option for schools seeking a digital-only resource solution.
*Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your education consultant for access codes and conditions.
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  • Mixed media product
  • 210 x 276 x 14mm | 895g
  • South Melbourne, Australia
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 0170220257
  • 9780170220255

Table of contents

Introduction Religious Traditions, Worldviews and Ethical Method in Pluralist Societies Part 1 Religious Horizons Past and Present 1 The how, what and why of religion 2 What religious traditions have in common 3 Religion for better or worse? 4 Collective religious identities in Australia 5 Interactions: Religious traditions and society substances 6 My story, your story, our stories 7 Addressing VCE Assessment Tasks: Unit 1 Part 2 Religious and Philosophical Perspectives in Pluralist Society 8 Part A: Examining religious traditions objectively Part B: Profiles Religious traditions Part 3 Expanding Horizons: Ethics and Morality 9 What do you think youre doing? 10 Applying ethical methods: A case study 11 Ethical perspectives and moral viewpoints 12 Ethical issues, positions and possibilities. 13 Addressing VCE Assessment Tasks: Unit 2
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