In the Dreamtime of the Saucer People: Sense-making and Interpretive Boundaries in a Contactee Group
[Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 2002; 31; 675] by DIANA G. TUMMINIA [who] teaches social psychology, theory, gender, and race relations at California State University, Sacramento. She studied ethnographic research at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her publications range from essays on teaching to the social histories of various millenarian movements.
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