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James Jupp AM (born 1932) is a British-Australian political scientist and author. He is Director of the Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies in the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University and an Adjunct Professor of the RMIT University in Melbourne.On the trail of our true believers in The Encyclopedia of Religion in Australia He is an Australian citizen and resident of Canberra.

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by Jupp, James, 1932-
Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1998
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
Wollongong, N.S.W. : Published for the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Dept. of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, by the Centre for Multicultural Studies, University of Wollongong, c1990
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
Melbourne : Cheshire-Lansdowne, 1966
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
Melbourne : Melbourne University Press, 1966, 1964
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
Canberra : Office of Multicultural Affairs, Dept. of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, [1988]
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
Canberra : Democratic Audit of Australia, Australian National University, [2004]
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Cambridge ; Port Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 2004
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
[Melbourne] : Australian Fabian Society and Arena Publications, 2003
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
Carlton, Vic.] London, New York, Melbourne University Press; Cambridge University P. [1968]
 
 
 
 
by Jupp, James, 1932-
[Canberra] : Centre for Immigration & Multicultural Studies, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1995
 
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