Ethiopian Culture

References

The primary author of this profile was Nina Evason (2018).

 

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  • Mergia, A. (2005). Black African Immigrants in Australia: An exploratory analysis of the impacts of race and class on their lived experiences and adaptation processes. (Doctoral dissertation, The University of Melbourne).
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  • Pew Research Center. (2017). Orthodox Christians are highly religious in Ethiopia, much less so in former Soviet Union. Retrieved from http://www.pewforum.org/2017/11/08/orthodox-christians-are-highly-religious-in-ethiopia-much-less-so-in-former-soviet-union/
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  • Revis, M. S. (2015). Family Language Policies of Refugees: Ethiopians and Colombians in New Zealand. (Doctoral dissertation, Victoria University of Wellington).
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  • Yehulum Ethiopian Community. (2018). Brief history of Ethiopians in Australia. Retrieved from http://yehulum.org/index.php/36-blocks/82-brief-history-of-ethiopians-in-australia
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