ASSIGNMENT ID
61434
SUBJECT AREA Religion
DOCUMENT TYPE PowerPoint Presentation
CREATED ON 20th November 2016
COMPLETED ON 22nd November 2016
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Outline and Bibliography for Final Powerpoint Project

Your bibliography must include at least two (2) sources from the course readings and a minimum of three (3) outside references. Only one (1) website reference will be allowed. reference from books, The Buddhist world of Southeast Asia by Donald K. Swearer and Introducing Buddhism second edition by Charles S. Prebish and Damien Keown
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