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Οι πεποιθήσεις των παιδιών για τη μετά θάνατον ζωή: Επισκόπηση της σύγχρονης έρευνας


Δημοσιευμένα: Apr 16, 2019
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μεταθανάτιες πεποιθήσεις δυϊσμός μηχανισμός προσομοίωσης κοινωνικοπολιτισμικές επιρροές
Ekaterina N. Kornilaki
Plousia Misailidi
Περίληψη
Στόχος της παρούσας εργασίας είναι να κάνει μια επισκόπηση πρόσφατων ερευνών που μελέτησαν τις μεταθανάτιες πεποιθήσεις των παιδιών. Πιο συγκεκριμένα, η επισκόπηση επικεντρώνεται στα ακόλουθα ερωτήματα: (α) Από ποια ηλικία αρχίζει να αναπτύσσεται η πίστη των παιδιών στη μετά θάνατον ζωή και πώς αυτή αλλάζει με την πρόοδο της ηλικίας; (β) Είναι η πίστη των παιδιών στη μετά θάνατον ζωή αποτέλεσμα ενός διαισθητικού δυϊσμού οντοτήτων, περιορισμών του ανθρώπινου γνωστικού συστήματος ή αποτέλεσμα της θρησκευτικής κατήχησης και άλλων κοινωνικο-πολιτισμικών επιρροών; Τέλος, η εργασία επιχειρεί μια κριτική συζήτηση των σχετικών ερευνητικών ευρημάτων και των προοπτικών που ανοίγονται για την μελλοντική έρευνα.
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Ekaterina N. Kornilaki, University of Crete

Department of Preschool Education Crete

Plousia Misailidi, University of Ioannina

Department of Primary Education

 

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