The Resource Jesus and the Dreaming : religion and social change in Arnhem Land / Robert Bos

Jesus and the Dreaming : religion and social change in Arnhem Land / Robert Bos

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Jesus and the Dreaming : religion and social change in Arnhem Land / Robert Bos
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Jesus and the Dreaming : religion and social change in Arnhem Land / Robert Bos
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Language
eng
Summary
Explores the correlation between social and religious change among Yolngu people; historical background; Methodist mission at Milingimbi and Elcho Island; demographic, political and economic factors; Aboriginal social organization and belief systems including continuities with traditional religion; Weberian analysis of new religious movement and syncretism
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1946-
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Bos, Robert
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  • Elcho Island Mission (N.T.)
  • Milingimbi Mission (N.T.)
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Jesus and the Dreaming : religion and social change in Arnhem Land / Robert Bos
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Publication
Note
Bibliography; leaves 376-398; Typescript (photocopy); Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Queensland, St Lucia, Qld., 1988
Control code
M0067799
Extent
xviii, 398 leaves; ill., map
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Closed copying & quotation Principal and/or Depositor's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0003998
Label
Jesus and the Dreaming : religion and social change in Arnhem Land / Robert Bos
Publication
Note
Bibliography; leaves 376-398; Typescript (photocopy); Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Queensland, St Lucia, Qld., 1988
Control code
M0067799
Extent
xviii, 398 leaves; ill., map
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Closed copying & quotation Principal and/or Depositor's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0003998

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