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  • Religion and the Migration Process.
    Bouma, Gary D. (1997)
    In Gary D. Bouma (ed.), Many Religions, All Australian: Religious Settlement, Identity and Cultural Diversity. Kew, Australia: Christian Research Association, pp. 53-60.

    Describes the process of becoming part of a society in a pluralist rather than assimilations trajectory.

    Associated Search Terms: Settlement; Migrant; Pluralism
  • Settling Religions into a Society.
    Bouma, Gary D. (1997)
    In Gary D. Bouma (ed.), Many Religions, All Australian: Religious Settlement, Identity and Cultural Diversity. Kew, Australia: Christian Research Association, pp. 83-93.

    Associated Search Terms: Australia; Pluralism; Settlement
  • The Settlement of Islam in Australia.
    Bouma, Gary D. (1997)
    Social Compass 44:1: 73-82.

    Associated Search Terms: Assimilation; Settlement; Pluralism; Migration; Islam, Australia; Australia
  • Buddhist Temples and the Settlement of Vietnamese Migrants: A Case Study.
    Bouma, Gary D. (1997)
    In Gary D. Bouma (ed.), Many Religions, All Australian: Religious Settlement, Identity and Cultural Diversity. Kew, Australia: Christian Research Assocition, pp. 61-68.

    Based on 1995 interviews about migration experiences.

    Associated Search Terms: Migration; Settlement; Buddhist, Australia; Australia; Vietnamese Australians
  • Religion and Migrant Settlement.
    Bouma, Gary D. (1995)
    Asian Migrant 7;2: 38-41.

    Associated Search Terms: Settlement; Migration
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