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Telban, Borut, and Vávrová, Daniela (2010) Places and spirits in a Sepik society. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 11 (1). pp. 17-33.
Adam, Raoul J. (2009) ‘Leaving the Fold’: apostasy from fundamentalism and the direction of religious development. Australian Religion Studies Review, 22 (1). pp. 42-63.
Adam, Raoul J. (2008) Relating faith development and religious styles: reflections in light of apostasy from religious fundamentalism. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 30 (1). pp. 201-231.
Rodd, Robin (2006) Piaroa sorcery and the navigation of negative affect: to be aware, to turn away. Anthropology of Consciousness, 17 (1). pp. 35-64.
Bastin, Rohan (2005) Hindu temples in the Sri Lankan ethnic conflict: capture and excess. Social Analysis, 49 (1). pp. 45-66.
Bastin, Rohan (2001) Ritual games for the goddess Pattini. Social Analysis, 45 (2). pp. 120-142.
Kapferer, Bruce (2000) Sexuality and the art of seduction in Sinhalese exorcism. Ethnos, 65 (1). pp. 5-32.
Adam, Raoul J. (2009) ‘Losing my Religion’: religious development and the dynamics of apostasy. In: Miner, Maureen, Proctor, Marie-Therese, and Dowson, Martin, (eds.) Spirituality in Australia: directions and applications. Australasian Centre for Studies in Spirituality, Roselands, NSW, NSW, pp. 36-57.
Gough, Julie, and Purich, Thisbe (2004) Minyma Tjuta: Many women working with fibre and the figures of Kantjupayi Benson. In: Ryan, Judith, (ed.) Colour Power - Aboriginal Art post 1984. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 126-130.
Gough, Julie (2000) History, representation, globalisation and indigenous cultures : a Tasmanian perspective. In: Smith, Claire, and Ward, Graeme, (eds.) Indigenous cultures in an interconnected world. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 89-107.