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Questionnaire: Religion in Contemporary British Children's Literature- a New Taboo?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by stephwilliamson3, Feb 25, 2017.

  1. stephwilliamson3

    stephwilliamson3 New commenter

    Hi everyone.

    I am a final year student of French, Italian and European Studies at the University of Bath and I'm currently writing a dissertation titled 'Religion in Contemporary British Children's Literature- a New Taboo?'. The dissertation will explore the portrayal of religion in children's literature and will look at the opinions of UK authors, publishers, parents and teachers.

    For this I have created a questionnaire and was wondering if any teachers of children ages 18 and under would be kind enough to complete it for me? It will take 5-10 minutes and is anonymous.

    I'm fascinated by this topic and would be so grateful if anyone could spare the time to share their views and experiences!

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeW40GeniPYOMBJro-R84F8idElMaJ5Z5_vAn1xoITmsR4Qbw/viewform

    Thank you,

    Stephanie
     

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