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      A Secular Principle : Dialogic RE from a Catholic Perspective 

      Analysing Dialogue in Action

      Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers,

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          Previous work in this specific area of developing dialogic skills in RE for secondary school students was undertaken through an action research study (Luby, 2014), and this focused on twenty students within one school that Luby (2012: 71) describes as ‘an academically high-attainment city comprehensive with the majority of pupils living in a relatively affluent catchment area’. The limitations of this study led Luby (2012: 82) to recommend that ‘any future larger scale study should select a sample of schools using the following criteria: • Levels of attainment. • Affluence of location. • Location of schools; and • Types of school.’

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