South Sudanese Culture

References

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

 

  • Abur, W. (2012). The Settlement Challenges Facing South Sudanese Refugee Community in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne. Retrieved from https://tasa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Abur-William1.pdf
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  • Deng, S. A. (2016). South Sudanese family dynamics and parenting practices in Australia. Retrieved from http://afsaap.org.au/assets/Santino_Deng_AFSAAP2015.pdf
  • Department of Home Affairs. (2019). South Sudan-born: Community Information Summary. Retrieved from https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/mca/files/2016-cis-south-sudan.PDF
  • eCALD. (2014). Sudanese Culture. Retrieved from http://www.ecald.com/assets/Resources/C3-P2-S1-Sudanese-Culture.pdf
  • Elobeid, M., Omar, O., Agok, A., & Sirelkhatim, N. (2012). Sudanese. Retrieved from https://cnnc.uncg.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/sudanese.pdf 
  • Ensor, M. O. (2016). “South Sudanese Diaspora Children: Contested Notions of Childhood, Uprootedness, and Belonging Among young Refugees in the U.S.” in Contested Childhoods: Growing up in Migrancy ed. Seeberg, M. & Goździak E. (IMISCOE Research Series. Springer, Cham, pp. 61-77).
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  • Frahm, O. (2012). Defining the Nation: National Identity in South Sudanese Media Discourse. Africa Spectrum, 47(1), 21-49. Retrieved from http://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/giga/afsp/article/viewFile/519/517
  • Garcia, J. C. (2011). The Future of South Sudanese Women: Restructuring Customary Law in South Sudan. Master’s Thesis: Brandeis University. Retrieved from http://southsudanhumanitarianproject.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/formidable/Garcia-2011-The-Future-of-South-Sudanese-Women-Restructuring-Customary-Law-in-Soth-Sudan2.pdf 
  • Global Affairs Canada. (2012). Cultural Information – South Sudan. Retrieved from https://www.international.gc.ca/cil-cai/country_insights-apercus_pays/overview-apercu_sd.aspx?lang=eng
  • Gundel, B. E. (2016). Sudanese Refugees’ Psychological Need and Mental Health Care: A Phenomenological Study of Sudanese Beliefs About Psychological Treatment. Dissertation (Lincoln, Nebraska: The University of Nebraska).
  • Hart, R. (2014). African Traditional Religion in South Sudan. Retrieved from http://www.salisbury.anglican.org/resources-library/mission/sudan/news-and-info/African%20Traditional%20Religion%20in%20South%20Sudan.pdf
  • Hatoss, A. (2012). Where are you from? Identity construction and experiences of 'othering' in the narratives of Sudanese refugee-background Australians. Discourse & Society, 23(1): 47-68.
  • Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre. (2017). South Sudan. Retrieved from http://www.internal-displacement.org/countries/south-sudan
  • Jenkins. O. B. (2013). People Profile: The Dinka of South Sudan. Retrieved from http://strategyleader.org/profiles/dinka.html
  • Jok, A. A., Leitch, R. A. & Vendewint, C. (2004). A Study of Customary Law in Contemporary Southern Sudan. South Sudan: World Vision International. 
  • Khawaja, N. G., White, K. M., Schweitzer, R., & Greenslade, J. (2008). Difficulty and Coping Strategies of Sudanese Refugee: A Qualitative Approach. Transcultural Psychiatry, 45(3): 489-512.
  • Kustenbauder, M. (2012). The Politicization of Religious Identity in Sudan, With Special Reference To Oral Histories of the Sudanese Diaspora in America. In In Religion on the Move! New Dynamics of Religious Expansion in a Globalizing World, ed. Afe Adogame and Shobana Shankar. International Studies in Religion and Society, vol. 15, ed. Lori Beaman and Peter Beyer, 397-424. Leiden: Brill.
  • Lejukole, J., Rainbird, S., Blewett, V., Every, D. & Clarkson, L. (2012). Pathways to Employment for South and North Sudanese Communities Resettled in South Australia. Appleton Institute, Adelaide Campus Central Queensland University.
  • Markus, A. (2015). Australian Today: The Australia@2015 Scanlon Foundation Survey. Retrieved from http://scanlonfoundation.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Australians-Today.pdf 
  • Marlowe, J. M. (2012). ‘Walking the line’: Southern Sudanese masculinities and reconciling one’s past with the present. Ethnicities, 12(1): 50-66.
  • Marlowe, J., Harris, A., & Lyons, T. (2014). South Sudanese Diaspora in Australia and New Zealand: Reconciling the Past with the Present. Newcastle, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 
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  • Munro, K. (2017). Who are Australia’s South Sudanese. Retrieved from http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/10/13/who-are-australias-south-sudanese
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  • Norman, J. (2016). New Zealand, South Sudanese migrants to Australia 'report highest levels of discrimination'. Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-08-24/new-zealanders-report-higher-levels-of-discrimination/7778520#survey
  • Peavey, A. (2017). South Sudanese culture is at risk, but this lost boy wants to protect it. Retrieved from https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-03-28/south-sudanese-culture-risk-lost-boy-wants-protect-it
  • Pike, J. (2016). South Sudan. Retrieved from https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/war/south-sudan.htm
  • Poppitt, G. & Frey, R. (2007). Sudanese Adolescent Refugees: Acculturation Acculturative Stress. Australian Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 17(2): 160-181.
  • ProQuest. (2017). Culture Gram: South Sudan. Michigan: ProQuest.
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