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prof. Doret de Ruyter

    19952020

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    Professional interests

    • Human flourishing
    • Parental responsibility
    • Children's rights and interests
    • Ethics and education

    Positions journals and learned societies

    • Assistant editor of the Journal of Philosophy of Education
    • Associate editor of Theory and Research in Education
    • Member of the Editorial board of the Journal of Moral Education      
    • Member of the executive committee of the Philosophy of Education Society Great Britain
    • Member of the board of the Association for Moral Education & chair of the Good Works Award committee of the Association for Moral Education

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    van Bergen, D. D., de Ruyter, D. J., & Pels, T. V. M. (2016). “Us Against Them” or “All Humans Are Equal”. Journal of Adolescent Research, 0743558416672007. doi:10.1177/0743558416672007

    Wolbert, L., de Ruyter, D.J. & Schinkel, A. (2015). Formal criteria for the concept of human flourishing: the first step in defending flourishing as an ideal aim of education. Ethics and Education 10(1): 118-129. 

    de Ruyter, D.J. (2015). Wellbeing and education. J. Suissa, C. Winstanley & R. Marples (Eds.) Education, Philosophy and Well-being: New perspectives on the work of John White (Routledge Research in Education) (84-98). London: Routledge.

    de Ruyter D.J. & Schinkel, A. (2013). On the Relations Between Parents' Ideals and Children's Autonomy. Educational Theory 63 (4):369-388.

    van der Kooij, J.C., de Ruyter, D. J. & Miedema, S.(2013). "Worldview": The Meaning of the Concept and the Impact on Religious Education. Religious Education, 108 (2), 210-228.

    Pels, T.V.M. &Ruyter, D.J. de (2012). The Influence of Education and Socialization on Radicalization: An Exploration of Theoretical Presumptions and Empirical Research. Child & Youth Care Forum, 41(3), 311-325.

     

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