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  • The Religious Contribution of Dutch Migrants to Multicultural Australia.
    Bouma, Gary D. (2001)
    Australian Religious Studies Review 14:2: 59-68.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Dutch Australians; Australia; Pluralism
  • Religion and Dutch Ethnic Identity.
    Bouma, Gary D. (1989)
    In Abe Wade Ata (ed.), Religion and Ethnic Identity: An Australian Study (Volume II). Melbourne: Spectrum, pp. 34-45.

    Overview, focusing on Dutch Catholic & Reformed immigrants to Australia.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Australia; Ethnic; Dutch Reformed, Australia; Identity; Dutch Australians; Australia; Migrant
  • Fertility Differentials among Catholics in Australia.
    Day, Lincoln H. (1964)
    Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 42:2: 57-83.

    Based on a special cross-tabulation of 1954 Australian census data; ethnic Dutch had the highest fertility, Polish the lowest.

    Associated Search Terms: Polish Australians; Italian Australians; Fertility; Ethnic; Australia; Catholic, Australia; Dutch Australians
  • The Role of Church Membership in the Assimilation and Adjustment of Immigrants.
    Gough, John Eric (1963)
    Unpublished M.A. Thesis, University of Western Australia.

    Based on survey data from Dutch immigrants.

    Associated Search Terms: Migrant; Dutch Australians; Australia; Conversion; Assimilation
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