Northern Ireland after the troubles : a society in transition /

The work sets out to challenge the official reading that the troubles are now over and that the future of Northern Ireland will almost inevitably be one of prosperity and progress. It is a critical response to the choreographed optimism that defines both official discourse and media commentary on No...

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Other Authors / Creators:Coulter, Colin, 1966-
Murray, Michael
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2008.
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Table of Contents:
  • Telling stories, facing truths : memory, justice and post-conflict transition / Patricia Lundy and Mark McGovern
  • From conflict to communal politics : the politics of peace / Jonathan Tonge
  • Belfast : a segregated city / Peter Shirlow
  • Spatial planning in contested territory : the search for a place vision after the 'troubles' / William J.V. Neill and Geraint Ellis
  • Policing change : to reform or not to transform? / Mary O'Rawe
  • Religious change and persistence / Claire Mitchell
  • Gender and ethno-nationalist politics / Fidelma Ashe
  • The glacier moves? Economic change and class structure / Jim Smyth and Andreas Cebulla
  • Whiteness, racism and exclusion : a critical race perspective / Paul Connolly and Romana Khaoury
  • Still taking sides : sport, leisure and identity / Alan Bairner
  • From shellshock rock to ceasefire sounds : popular music / Sean Campbell and Gerry Smyth
  • House training the paramilitaries : the media and the propaganda of peace / Stephen Baker and Greg McLaughlin.