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Religiosity and religious self-orientation among Muslim religious education teachers and prospective teachers in Germany

This article provides a1n overview of the religiosity and religious self-orientation of teachers and prospective teachers for Islamic religious education. Methodological-ly, a total of 34 in-depth qualitative interviews were conducted with (prospective) Muslim RE teachers and subsequently evaluated according to Mayring’s qualitative content analysis. Among other things, the evaluation portion employs deductive categories such as Glock’s dimensions of religiosity as expanded by Boos-Nünning. In addition, three types of religious self-identification were identified among the qualitative interview material and were found to reference the types of religious identity status according to Marcia.

Religion, religious education, teachers, school, islam, muslims

Theo-Web. Academic Journal of Religious Education 16 (2017), V.2