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12/15/16 Religion and Education Alphabetized Bibliography 1 Religion and Education: Alphabetized Bibliography *The references marked with an asterisk are available in the Dropbox. A.......................................................................................................................................... 1 B .......................................................................................................................................... 4 C ........................................................................................................................................ 11 D........................................................................................................................................ 14 E ........................................................................................................................................ 17 F ........................................................................................................................................ 18 G........................................................................................................................................ 19 H........................................................................................................................................ 22 I ......................................................................................................................................... 23 J ......................................................................................................................................... 23 K........................................................................................................................................ 24 L ........................................................................................................................................ 25 M ....................................................................................................................................... 27 N........................................................................................................................................ 33 O........................................................................................................................................ 33 P ........................................................................................................................................ 34 Q........................................................................................................................................ 36 R ........................................................................................................................................ 36 S ........................................................................................................................................ 38 T ........................................................................................................................................ 40 U........................................................................................................................................ 41 V........................................................................................................................................ 41 W ....................................................................................................................................... 42 X........................................................................................................................................ 43 Y........................................................................................................................................ 43 Z ........................................................................................................................................ 43 A Abtan, Patrick. 2008. “L’expérience torontoise.” In L’accommodement raisonnable et la diversité religieuse à l’école publique, edited by Marie McAndrew, Micheline Milot, Jean-Sébastien Imbeault, and Paul Eid, 187-194. Québec: Fides. *Abu-Laban, Yasmeen, and Claude Couture. 2010. “Multiple Minorities and Deceptive Dichotomies: The Theoretical and Political Implications of the Struggle for a Public French Education System in Alberta.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 43(2): 433-456. *Ahmed, Ghazala. 2008. “Exploring School Choice for Muslim children in Windsor, Ontario Canada.” MA Thesis. University of Windsor. Field Code Changed

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Religion and Education: Alphabetized Bibliography

*The references marked with an asterisk are available in the Dropbox.

A .......................................................................................................................................... 1

B .......................................................................................................................................... 4

C ........................................................................................................................................ 11

D ........................................................................................................................................ 14

E ........................................................................................................................................ 17

F ........................................................................................................................................ 18

G ........................................................................................................................................ 19

H ........................................................................................................................................ 22

I ......................................................................................................................................... 23

J ......................................................................................................................................... 23

K ........................................................................................................................................ 24

L ........................................................................................................................................ 25

M ....................................................................................................................................... 27

N ........................................................................................................................................ 33

O ........................................................................................................................................ 33

P ........................................................................................................................................ 34

Q ........................................................................................................................................ 36

R ........................................................................................................................................ 36

S ........................................................................................................................................ 38

T ........................................................................................................................................ 40

U ........................................................................................................................................ 41

V ........................................................................................................................................ 41

W ....................................................................................................................................... 42

X ........................................................................................................................................ 43

Y ........................................................................................................................................ 43

Z ........................................................................................................................................ 43

A

Abtan, Patrick. 2008. “L’expérience torontoise.” In L’accommodement raisonnable et la

diversité religieuse à l’école publique, edited by Marie McAndrew, Micheline

Milot, Jean-Sébastien Imbeault, and Paul Eid, 187-194. Québec: Fides.

*Abu-Laban, Yasmeen, and Claude Couture. 2010. “Multiple Minorities and Deceptive

Dichotomies: The Theoretical and Political Implications of the Struggle for a

Public French Education System in Alberta.” Canadian Journal of Political

Science 43(2): 433-456.

*Ahmed, Ghazala. 2008. “Exploring School Choice for Muslim children in Windsor,

Ontario Canada.” MA Thesis. University of Windsor.

Field Code Changed

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