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APA Citation

Goodwin, Kim-Maree. & Thompson, Ingrid.  (2011).  Studies of religion.  Cambridge, England ; Port Melbourne, Vic :  Cambridge University Press

MLA Citation

Goodwin, Kim-Maree. and Thompson, Ingrid.  Studies of religion / Kim-Maree Goodwin and Ingrid Thompson  Cambridge University Press Cambridge, England ; Port Melbourne, Vic  2011

Australian/Harvard Citation

Goodwin, Kim-Maree. & Thompson, Ingrid.  2011,  Studies of religion / Kim-Maree Goodwin and Ingrid Thompson  Cambridge University Press Cambridge, England ; Port Melbourne, Vic

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  | title=Studies of religion / Kim-Maree Goodwin and Ingrid Thompson
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