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  • Hardcover: 560 pages
  • Publisher: Sage Publications (Aug. 4 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0761930787
  • ISBN-13: 978-0761930785
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 3 x 25.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #582,609 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"The editors recognize that spirituality, long neglected by psychologists, has recently come back into fashion. Because of the long exile, many psychologists are illiterate about religious scholarship. These editors know the field and are qualified to serve as guides to assist their psychologist colleagues in gaining an introduction and immersion...Timely and worthwhile." -- James Youniss 20050405 "Research into spiritual development during childhood and adolescence has remained fragmented and yearned for the stimulus of integration, cross-fertilisation, and internationalisation, across conceptual boundaries, methodological divisions, religious traditions, and local interests. The Handbook of Spiritual Development in Childhood and Adolescence sets out to meet this need and does so with skill and with authority, by identifying the key themes and by drawing on the best minds to address those themes. Research communities and faith communities have been well served by this pioneering initiative." -- The Revd Professor Leslie J Francis PhD, ScD, DD "The Handbook of Spiritual Development in Childhood and Adolescence makes a significant contribution to the breadth of interpretation of the multiple realities related to something we identify as spirituality. The strength of this volume is that it does not settle for one description or one definition of spirituality. Instead, it offers insight into the struggle to define spirituality through the multiple perspectives of the social sciences. The edited volume contributes meaningfully to the work of others who also study the content and context of our spiritual development." -- Joretta L. Marshall 20061011 "With sixty-seven scholars from four continents and many diverse disciplines contributing as authors to the volume; with fourteen scholars from around the world serving as editorial advisors; with financial support provided by the John Templeton Foundation via Search Institute; with frequent conversations occurring with colleagues at Fuller Theological Seminary; and with the careful attention of editorial work provided by Sage publications, this handbook provides a remarkable contribution toward those ends." -JOURNAL OF YOUTH AND THEOLOGY -- Chris Kiesling Journal of Youth and Theology (2007) 20071226

About the Author

Eugene C. Roehlkepartain is senior adviser in the office of the president, Search Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he provides leadership for research, publishing, training, and consulting projects that focus on spiritual development, as well as the institute?s work with congregations of all faiths. Roehlkepartain has written more than 25 books and reports, and numerous newspaper, magazine, and journal articles on youth development, families and parenting, community building, religious and spiritual development, and related issues. In addition to editing this volume, he is a coeditor of Religious Perspectives on Spirituality in Childhood and Adolescence (2005). He holds a bachelor?s degree in journalism and religion from Baylor University in Waco, Texas.



Pamela Ebstyne King serves as research assistant professor of psychology in the Center for Research in Child and Adolescent Development in the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Her primary research and teaching interests include positive youth development, spiritual and moral development, and theological perspectives of development. She is particularly interested in enabling thriving through families, congregations, schools, and youth-serving organizations. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA), Dr. King has a background in child, youth, and adult ministry; a master?s of divinity; and Ph.D. in family studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. She was a visiting scholar under the Divinity Faculty at Cambridge University and did her postdoctoral work at the Stanford Center on Adolescence. Dr. King is a coauthor of The Reciprocating Self: Human Development in Theological Perspective (2005). Her research has been published in Developmental Psychology, Applied Developmental Science, the Journal of Early Adolescence, and the Journal of Psychology and Christianity. 



Linda M. Wagener is associate professor of psychology and associate dean of the graduate school of psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, where she is also codirector of the Center for Research in Child and Adolescent Development. Her research interests include positive youth development, with a particular focus on the spiritual, religious, and moral development of adolescence. Dr. Wagener is currently a principal investigator on an adolescent violence prevention grant from the United States Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.



Peter L. Benson is president of Search Institute, which provides leadership, knowledge, and resources to promote healthy children, youth, and communities. He has written extensively in adolescent development, altruism, spiritual development, and thriving in adolescence. He serves as principal investigator for Search Institute?s initiative on spiritual development in childhood and adolescence. In 1991, he received the William James Award for career contributions to the psychology of religion from the American Psychological Association. Dr. Benson is the author or editor of numerous books and articles, including Developmental Assets and Asset-Building Communities, All Kids Are Our Kids: What Communities Must Do to Raise Caring and Responsible Children and Adolescents, and Religion on Capitol Hill: Myths and Realities. He is general editor for the Search Institute Series on Developmentally Attentive Community and Society, published by Springer. He holds a doctorate in experimental social psychology from the University of Denver.

 

 


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This is an excellent resource featuring, among other things, a clear definition of spiritual development, an update on Fowler's Stages of Faith model that demonstrates how his theory remains relevant after 30 years, and excellent material related to conducting research in this field. I have found this to be an invaluable tool both for the preparation of the university courses I teach, as well as my own PhD research. Despite its strong scholarly value, it is very readable and enjoyable to peruse.
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Not worth the money Aug. 27 2014
By John M. Haase - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Required for a course. Didn't get much of anything out of this book. A bunch of non-Christians trying to understand Christians. Unless you have to read it, wouldn't waste the money.
How to use the spiritual side to develop healthy children and adolescence. Aug. 20 2014
By K. Hun - Published on Amazon.com
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Great compliation of spiritual development for children through adolescence. The stages and ways religion can impact and develop an individual is facisnating. This is a good research book for those in Human Services/Social Science to use for their practice. As a book for my college class this was not just a paper weight or something I used to level the table while I studied. It was used on almost every written assignment despite the lack of requirement.
kindle books better June 27 2014
By deloris freeman - Published on Amazon.com
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The book is required for school so its perfect for class but it would be better in kindle books for me.
Insightful April 29 2014
By jennz - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book about the development and spirituality. Brings awareness to the need for further research of spirituality and integration of theology into counseling.
I am finding it way over-complicated and quote dull. I feel it is a waste of $125 Aug. 24 2014
By robrjc1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This text is required for my Master's program. I am finding it way over-complicated and quote dull. I feel it is a waste of $125. I hope I can get some of my money back.


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