Paradise lost: Religion, cultural diversity and social cohesion in Australia and across the World
The September 11th and October 12th terrorist attacks and their aftermath have focussed Australia’s attention on the shift from a Christian to a paradoxically multifaith and secular Australia, and on the diasporic links between organizations’ source countries and on Australian ethnic and religious leaders. They are now under greater scrutiny and accountability. In outlining Australia’s current predicament, Professor Cahill will take a global perspective and draw on current Australian research...[Show more]
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