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Key Issues - Sectarianism in Northern Ireland



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Compiled by: Martin Melaugh

While this section is being completed users will find the following items to be of interest.

 

Brewer, John D., with Higgins, Gareth I. (1998). 'Northern Ireland: 1921-1998', in, Anti-Catholicism in Northern Ireland. Basingstoke: Macmillan Press Limited.

Connolly, Paul. (1999). Sectarianism, Children and Community Relations in Northern Ireland / with Paul Maginn. Coleraine: Centre for the Study of Conflict, University of Ulster.

Great Britain. Northern Ireland Office (NIO). (2002). Race Crime and Sectarian Crime Legislation in Northern Ireland: A Consultation Paper, (November 2002), [PDF File; 261KB]. Belfast: NIO.
Great Britain. Northern Ireland Office (NIO). (2002). Race Crime and Sectarian Crime Legislation in Northern Ireland: A Summary Paper, (November 2002), [PDF File; 161KB]. Belfast: NIO.

Jarman, Neil. (2005). No Longer A Problem?: Sectarian Violence in Northern Ireland, (Commissioned by Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister; OFMDFM), (March 2005), [PDF; 329KB]. Belfast: Institute for Conflict Research.

Moore, Ruth.Collins, Pauline. Smyth, Marie. (1996). A Report of a Series of Public Discussions on Aspects of Sectarian Division in Derry Londonderry. Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Ltd.

Smyth, M. Moore, R. (1996). 'Researching Sectarianism', in, Three Conference Papers on Aspects of Segregation and Sectarian Division. Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research.

Smyth, Marie. (1996). Urban Regeneration and Sectarian Division - with specific reference to segregation and the situation of enclave communities. Derry Londonderry: Templegrove Action Research Ltd.

 

See also:

  • the list of source material based on the CAIN bibliography
  • the issue of community relations
  • the issue of segregation
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