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  • Phoenician Farewell: Three Generations of Lebanese Christians in Australia.
    McKay, Jim (1989)
    Surrey Hill, Victoria, Australia: Ashwood House.

    Associated Search Terms: Australia; Lebanese Australians; Assimilation; Generations
  • Community, Mosque and Ethnic Politics.
    Humphrey, Michael (1987)
    Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 23: 233-245.

    Examines the role of religion in organizing a Lebanese Muslim community in Sydney.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Australia; Politics, Australia; Australia, Sydney; Lebanese Australians
  • Religious Diversity and Ethnic Cohesion: A Three Generation Analysis of Syrian-Lebanese Christians in Sydney.
    McKay, Jim (1985)
    International Migration Review 19:2: 318-334.

    Analyzes 1978 interview data from Syrian-Lebanese Christians in Sydney; shows cross generation effects of religious diversity on ethnic identity & boundaries.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Ethnic; Lebanese Australians; Australia, Sydney
  • Religion, Law and Family Disputes in a Lebanese Muslim Community in Sydney.
    Humphrey, Michael (1984)
    In Gillian Bottomley and Maria de Lepervance (eds.), Ethnicity, Class and Gender in Australia. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 181-198.

    Associated Search Terms: Lebanese Australians; Australia; Conflict; Islam, Australia
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