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eBooks - Australian Curriculum
Encyclopedia of Religion
The second edition of a resource that is considered a standard reference in the field. Presents a cross-cultural approach that emphasizes religion's role within everyday life and as a unique experience from culture to culture.
Faiths, Religions, Beliefs in Modern Australia
This book encompasses all the faiths, religions and beliefs present in modern Australia, telling the story of their development and detailing the belief systems. All Christian denominations are included, as are the various segments of the other major religions.
A thorough, objective resource covering the history, traditions and worldviews of dominant and less prominent religions and their sects and offshoots.
Myths and Legends of All Nations
From Greek, German, English, Spanish Scandinavian, Danish, French, Russian, Bohemian, Italian and other sources.
Translated and Edited by Logan Marshall.
A free eBook provided by Project Gutenberg.
Millions of articles from thousands of scholarly journals and other authoritative sources across a wide range of academic disciplines.Discover peer-reviewed articles to inspire research and validate your findings with Academic OneFile’s extensive collection of academic journals.
Britannica Online School
Britannica Online School Edition gives access to four reference encyclopedias for classroom topics in age-appropriate language.
High School Resource offers current and authoritative content to facilitate your needs of resources for your assignments.
Pop Culture Studies
Articles on popular culture analysis and more.
Religion & Philosophy
Articles on world religions, philosophies, and related fields
Myths and Legends
Articles on Myths and Legends by The Conversation.
The Power of Urban Myth
Myths may now be spread online, but like all folklore they reflect and reinforce the preoccupations and fears of the age.
An article by Emma Howard published Sunday 31 October 2010 in The Guardian.