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Today’s youth are, generally, less religious than their parents, with some exceptions. The growing number of young people who say they have no religion produces all sorts of questions. This lecture presents evidence from a ten-year study probing ‘belief’ and explores how belief is socially constructed, embedded, and reproduced. at University of London

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BA Religion taster course | Goldsmiths, University of London

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Today’s youth are, generally, less religious than their parents, with some exceptions. The growing number of young people who say they have no religion produces all sorts of questions. This lecture presents evidence from a ten-year study probing ‘belief’ and explores how belief is socially constructed, embedded, and reproduced.

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But what does this say about those young people who are becoming more religious than older generations? What are they searching for? Research into this question reveals deep longings for belonging, which may speak to a need for greater and stronger connections. Attend this lecture to find out how the BA Religion programme is inter-disciplinary, bringing essential theories and contemporary research from historicised sociology, anthropology, politics and media.

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Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

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Short Session

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University Taster Course Programme - University taster courses for prospective undergraduate students

Choose from over a hundred courses in multiple subject areas at numerous universities in and around London.

The Taster Course Programme provides year 12 sixth form students with a taste of what life at a university in London is like. Through your chosen taster course you will experience the different teaching methods used by university academics and gain an insight into the additional facilities available, whilst meeting students from across the UK.

All our taster courses are free to attend and you can choose a course from a variety of subjects taking place at the numerous participating universities. Courses range from voice and drama, to medicine and nursing, to computing and business.




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