The current world order so often seems fixated on economic growth at all costs, rising and self-interested nationalism, rampant individualism, environmental minimalism and declining support for authentic inclusion and democracy based on mutual trust, respect and dialogue. This Book Series takes an alternative view of life primarily as a meaning making activity. It focuses on the education of young people’s spiritual and religious engagement. It does so using a cross cultural approach drawing on the diverse traditions found in Asia while recognizing the importance of Western traditions that have also been significant in the region and beyond. Blending this diverse range of influences, books in the Series explore the way religious and spiritual dimensions of life are adopted, integrated and practiced by schools and their communities. By so doing, it seeks to highlight an important and too often neglected dimension of life and living.
The Book Series adopts pluralistic and dialectical approaches to life and values education primarily, although not exclusively, situated in diversified Asian societies which cover moral education, religious and spirituality education, citizenship education as well as other kinds of values education such as education for sustainability and peace education and issues related to lifelong learning. Books will:
Marvin W Berkowitz, University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA
Jianjun Feng, Nanjing Normal University, China
Rob Freathy, University of Exeter, UK
David Hansen, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA
Helen Haste, University of Bath, UK
Stefan Huber, University of Bern, Switzerland
Terence Lovat, University of Newcastle, Australia
Fethi Mansouri, Deakin University, Australia
Andrew Peterson, University of Birmingham, UK
Johannes H.C. Sun, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Kirsi Tirri, University of Helsinki, Finland
Wiel Veugelers, University of Humanistic Studies, The Netherlands
Tianlong Yu, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, USA
Cyberbullying and Values Education Implications for Family and School Education
Life and Moral Education in Greater China
By Angel Nga Man Leung, Kevin Ka Shing Chan, Catalina Sau Man Ng, John Chi-Kin Lee
November 03, 2023
Written by scholars from both the Western and Chinese contexts, this monograph discusses the relation between cyberbullying and socio-emotional-moral competencies, feasible interventions by integrating values education, and provides future directions in the field of cyberpsychology. Cyberbullying ...
By Kerry J Kennedy, Margarita Pavlova, John Chi-Kin Lee
November 07, 2022
To help researchers, educators and policy makers understand and support the development of 21st-century skills in schools, this edited volume explores the various iterations of "soft" skills with a particular focus on their implications for values and evaluates ways in which "soft skills" and "hard...
By John Chi-Kin Lee, Stephen Yam-wing Yip, Raymond Ho-Man Kong
September 26, 2022
Arguing for life, moral and values education as a bedrock for the original goals of school education, this monograph explores how life and values education is conceptualised and imparted in Greater China. Under a globalized, transnational, and technological world, where there has been an increase ...
By Kerry J Kennedy, John Chi-Kin Lee
May 06, 2022
The book examines ancient religious traditions and modernity in a globalized Asia that is as much in need of a moral compass as it is economic development. Religious education has been an aspect of many societies over time and irrespective of culture. Yet as globalization advances local values are ...