Contemporary Ireland : a sociological map (eBook, 2016) []
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Contemporary Ireland : a sociological map

Contemporary Ireland : a sociological map

Author: Sara O'Sullivan
Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : University College Dublin Press, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

Provides analysis of the transformations that have taken place in Ireland during the heyday of the Celtic Tiger. This book maps changes in the South and also contains description and analysis of  Read more...


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Contemporary Ireland : a sociological map.
Dublin, Ireland : University College Dublin Press, ©2016
xii, 484 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sara O'Sullivan
ISBN: 9781910820919 1910820911 9781910820919
OCLC Number: 1110255934
Description: 1 online resource (426 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction, Sara O'Sullivan; Section I Contours of a changing Ireland; 1 Population, Tony Fahey; 2 Immigration, Steven Loyal; 3 Mobility, James Wickham; Section II Institutions, 4 Individualisation and secularisation in Catholic Ireland, Tom Inglis; 5 Family, Betty Hilliard; 6 Education, Patrick Clancy; 7 Crime and policing in the Republic, Aogan Mulcahy; 8 sport, Katie Liston; 9 Media, Ciaran McCullagh; Section III Governance, 10 The peace process in Northern Ireland, Colin Coulter and Peter Shirlow; 11 Power and powerlessness, Mark Haugaard and Kevin Ryan; 12 The environment and civil society, Mary Kelly; Section IV Economy, development and the Celtic Tiger; 13 Ireland and Economic Globalisation, Kieran Allen; 14 Work, Sean O Riain and Peter Murray; 15 Gender and the workforce, Sara O'Sullivan; 16 Food and rural sustainable development in Ireland, Hilary Tovey; Section V Class, equality and inequality; 17 Class in the Republic, Ronnie Munck; 18 Class in Northern Ireland, Goretti Horgan; 19 Housing, Michael Punch; Section VI Identity, diversity and culture; 20 Identity, language and nationality, Iarfhlaith Watson; 21 Catholic habitus and identity in Northern Ireland, Patricia Lundy and Mark McGovern; 22 Protestants and Protestant habitus in Northern Ireland, Ronnie Moore; 23 Race and sectarianism in Northern Ireland, Robbie McVeigh; Notes References Index.
Responsibility: edited by Sara O'Sullivan.


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