Us & them : Muslim-Christian relations and cultural harmony in Australia / Abe W. Ata Ata, Abe W

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Ata, Abe W
Subjects
Australia - Emigration and immigration.; Religion and sociology - Australia.; Christianity and other religions - Islam - Australia.
Contents
  • Section One: Cross-Religious and Cultural Attitudes
  • Chapter 1 Cross-Religious Misunderstanding or a Clash Between Civilisations in Australia
  • Chapter 2 Christian-Muslim Households Identity and Attitudes to Their 'Australian' Children
  • Chapter 3 Attitudes of School-Age Non-Muslim Australians Towards Muslims and Islam: A National Survey
  • Chapter 4 The Lebanese in Melbourne Ethnicity, Interethnic Activities and Attitudes to Australia
  • Section Two: Education
  • Chapter 5 The Role of Gender, Religion and Friendship in the Perception of the 'other' - An Investigation of Secondary Students in Australia: A National Survey
  • Chapter 6 The Role of Australian Schools in Educating Students About Islam and Muslims: A National Survey (co-authored with Joel Windle)
  • Chapter 7 Social Distance From Muslims: A National Survey
  • Chapter 8 Attitudes of School-Age Muslim Australians Towards Australia - Gender and Religious Differences A National Survey
  • Section Three: Muslim-Christian Intermarriage
  • Chapter 9 Adjustment and Complications of Christian-Muslim Intermarriages in Australia
  • Chapter 10 Bereavement Anxieties and Health Among the Arab Muslim Community
  • Chapter 11 Observing Different Faiths, Learning About Ourselves: Practice With Intermarried Muslims and Christians (co-authored with Mark Furlong)
  • Chapter 12 Opting for an Eschatological Interpretation of Interfaith Marriages (co-authored with Glenn Morrison).
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