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Below is a DRAFT list of books, chapters, academic journal articles, reports, etc., that contain a reference to (/citation of) the CAIN Web site. The list was started in 2006 (updated in 2012, 2016, and 2017) but is not complete. The list is split by year and type of publication. This list is unlikely ever to be comprehensive as there are probably many items we do not know about. If you are aware of any other publications please email CAIN. The table provides a summary of the number of citations in each year.

Year of Citation:
2021   2020  
2019   2018   2017   2016   2015   2014   2013   2012   2011   2010
2009   2008   2007   2006   2005   2004   2003   2002   2001   2000
1999   1998   1997

Table of Yearly Citations
Year Books Book Chapters Journal Articles Other Total 1
Google Scholar 2
2021#         0 163
2020#         0 224
2019#         0 241
2018# 2       2 230
2017# 4 3 11 6 25 210
2016* 14 20 90 28 152 199
2015 11 30 78 44 163 199
2014#   1 5 4 10 181
2013# 1   7 2


2012# 3 6 33 17 59 148
2011* 2 18 38 38 96 159
2010* 13 7 36 44 100 135
2009 14 8 48 44 114 137
2008 21 20 39 41 121 150
2007 15 10 46 36 107 128
2006 9 7 46 26 88 98
2005 3 6 30 21 60 80
2004 9 6 28 23 66 83
2003 9 1 32 12 54 60
2002 15 3 12 16 46 51
2001 4 - 18 11 33 37
2000 5 - 8 6 19 19
1999 1 - 2 2 5 12
1998 - - 5 - 5 10
1997 1 - 2 2 5 7
Total 156 146 614 423 1340 3142

# List not yet fully compiled.
DRAFT Lists, awaiting update.
1 Total (checked) figure (in bold) is based on a manual check of citations following a search using Google Scholar and other search facilities.
2 Number of citations found by Google Scholar for text '' or ''.
Also Note:
This list of references is intended to give an indication of the impact of the CAIN Web site. This list is unlikely ever to be comprehensive as there are probably many items we do not know about.
References below are included if the CAIN Web site is specifically referenced, or if CAIN staff are referenced, or if contributed material is referenced and the source is given as CAIN. Where possible URLs (in particular DOIs) are provided in text form (but not linked; users should copy and paste into a Web browser).
It is possible for authors to consult the CAIN site, and use original CAIN material, but fail to reference CAIN. It is also possible that authors find contributed material (say a report that has been deposited on CAIN) and then only reference the paper version without specifying the digital source.
Many foreign language references have been excluded due to difficulties translating the citation.


2018 [not yet fully compiled]

Citations in 1 Book:

  • Beiner, Guy. (2018). Forgetful Remembrance: Social Forgetting and Vernacular Historiography of a Rebellion in Ulster. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Robinson, Joseph S. (2018). Transitional Justice and the Politics of Inscription: Memory, Space and Narrative in Northern Ireland. Series Title: Transitional Justice. Abingdon: Routledge. ... [23609]


2017 [list as at 30 March 2017 - not yet fully compiled]

Citations in 4 Books:

  • Fitzpatrick, Maurice. (2017). John Hume in America: From Derry to DC. Newbridge, Co. Kildare: Irish Academic Press. ... [22971]
  • Fontana, G. (2017). Education Policy and Power-Sharing in Post-Conflict Societies: Lebanon, Northern Ireland, and Macedonia. Springer.
  • Smyth, J., ed. (2017). Remembering the Troubles: Contesting the Recent Past in Northern Ireland. Notre Dame, USA: University of Notre Dame Pess.
  • White, Robert, W. (2017). Out of the Ashes: An oral history of the Provisional Irish Republican Movement. Newbridge: Merrion Press.

Citations in 3 Book Chapters:

  • Gallagher, T. (2017). Addressing Conflict and Tolerance through the Curriculum. In: Bellino, M.J. and Williams, J.H., eds. (Re) Constructing Memory: Education, Identity, and Conflict. Boston: SensePublishers, 191-207.
  • McKeown, S. (2017). Integrated Education in Northern Ireland: Education for Peace? In: Seedat, M., Suffla, S. and Christie, D.J., eds. Enlarging the Scope of Peace Psychology: African and World-Regional Contribution. Springer, 75-92.
  • Schwerter, S. (2017). Chapter Five - Representing a Dysfunctional City: Belfast in Texts and Images. In: Altuna-Garcia de Salazar, A., ed. Ireland and Dysfunction: Critical Explorations in Literature and Film. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 87.

Citations in 11 Journal Articles:

  • Al, S. and Byrd, D. (2017). When do states (de) securitise minority identities? Conflict and Change in Turkey and Northern Ireland. Journal of International Relations and Development, 1-27.
  • Alcobia-Murphy, S. (2017). ‘Does Your Heart Ache with the Truth of the Past?’: Victims and Trauma in Northern Irish Culture. Review of Irish Studies in Europe, 1 104-118.
  • Dawson, G. (2017). The meaning of “moving on”: From trauma to the history and memory of emotions in “post-conflict” Northern Ireland. Irish University Review, 47 (1), 82-102.
  • Grey, E. (2017). 'But It Did Sink, You Understand What I Mean': Topography of the Titanic. Review of Irish Studies in Europe, 1 (2), 54-63.
  • Guelke, A. (2017). The Risk to Northern Ireland. Journal of Democracy, 28 (1, January), 42-52.
  • Koehler-Derrick, G. and Milton, D.J. (2017). Choose Your Weapon: The Impact of Strategic Considerations and Resource Constraints on Terrorist Group Weapon Selection. Terrorism and Political Violence, 1-20.
  • Little, A. and Maddison, S. (2017). Reconciliation, transformation, struggle: An introduction. International Political Science Review, 38 (2), 145-154.
  • McGovern, M. (2017). ‘See no evil’: collusion in Northern Ireland. Race & Class, 58 (3), 46-63.
  • Morrow, D. (2017). Reconciliation and After in Northern Ireland: The Search for a Political Order in an Ethnically Divided Society. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 23 (1), 98-117.
  • Side, C. (2017). 'Grimaldi's iconic photograph: Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972'. Irish Journal of Sociology, Nov. 2017, 1-23.
  • Woodford, I. and Smith, M. (2017). The Political Economy of the Provos: Inside the Finances of the Provisional IRA — A Revision. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-28.

Citations in 6 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Collins, Criona., Henton, Ian., and Cole, Claire. (2017). Belfast: An Evolution of the Retail Landscape, The Next Chapter, (22 February 2017). Belfast: Lambert Smith Hampton.
  • Craig, T., (2017). Intelligence Management and the security stovepipe in Northern Ireland, 1968-1974’. In: Cambridge Intelligence History Seminar. 24 February 2017, Cambridge. 1-17.
  • Fava, Alessandro. (2017). Could Brexit summon the ghosts of the Troubles?, Pax et Bellum, (21 March 2017).
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  • Mueller, H.F., Rohner, D. and Schönholzer, D. (2017). The Peace Dividend of Distance: Violence as Interaction Across Space.
    Available from:
  • Riera, Eugènia. (2017). 'Interview with Roberta Bacic', Peace in Progress, No.32, November 2017, (The digital magazine from the International Catalan Institute for Peace).
  • Welbie, R. (2017). Vrede of sluimerend conflict? Het Noord-Ierse vredesproces na het Akkoord van Belfast, Thesis (Master). Utrecht University.


2016 [DRAFT List]

Citations in 14 Books:

  • Eggins, B. (2016) History and Hope: The Alliance Party of Northern Ireland, (2nd edition). Dublin: The History Press Ireland.
  • Eller, J.D. (2016) Cultural anthropology: global forces, local lives. Routledge.
  • Fitz-Gibbon, A. (2016) Talking to Terrorists, Non-Violence, and Counter-Terrorism: Lessons for Gaza from Northern Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Graham, L.K. (2016) Beyond Social Capital: The Role of Leadership, Trust and Government Policy in Northern Ireland's Victims Support Groups. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Heidemann, B. (2016) Post-Agreement Northern Irish Literature: Lost in a Liminal Space? Springer Nature.
  • Joyce, P. (2016) The Policing of Protest, Disorder and International Terrorism in the UK since 1945. Palgrave Macmillan UK.
  • Luckhurst, M. and Morin, E. (2016) Theatre and Human Rights After 1945: Things Unspeakable. Springer.
  • Nacos, B. (2016) Mass-mediated Terrorism: Mainstream and Digital Media in Terrorism and Counterterrorism. USA: Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Revill, J. (2016) Improvised Explosive Devices: the paradigmatic weapon of new wars. Springer.
  • Starkey, B., Boyer, M.A. and Wilkenfeld, J. (2016) International negotiation in a complex world. Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Urwin, Margaret. (2016). A State in Denial: British Collaboration with Loyalist Paramilitaries. Cork: Mercier Press.
  • Van Engeland, A. and Rudolph, R.M. (2016) From terrorism to politics. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Wahidin, A. (2016) Ex-Combatants, Gender and Peace in Northern Ireland: Women, Political Protest and the Prison Experience. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Wasson, Ellis. (2016). A History of Modern Britain: 1714 to the Present, (Second Edition). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Citations in 20 Book Chapters:

  • Alcobia-Murphy, S. (2016) Recovery and Forgetting: Haunting Remains in Northern Irish Culture. In: Dillane, F., McAreavey, N. and Pine, E., eds. The Body in Pain in Irish Literature and Culture. Springer, 199-215.
  • Coffey, F. (2016) ‘The place you don’t belong’: Stuart Neville’s Belfast. In: Mannion, E., ed. The Contemporary Irish Detective Novel. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 91-106.
  • Devine, A., Devine, F. and Carruthers, C. (2016) Developing a Community Festival Amidst Civil Unrest. In: Jepson, A. and Clarke, A., eds. Managing and Developing Communities, Festivals and Events. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 165-178.
  • Devlin, P. (2016) City of Culture/Memory: Derry-Londonderry, 2013. In: O'Rawe, D. and Phelan, M., eds. Post-Conflict Performance, Film and Visual Arts. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 169-192.
  • Ferguson, N. (2016) ‘I’m the Victim Here’: Intrastate Conflict and the Legacy of Political Violence. In: McGarry, R. and Walklate, S., eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Criminology and War. Springer, 151-168.
  • Hassan, D. (2016) Sport in a Divided Northern Ireland. In: Bairner, A., Kelly, J. and Lee, J.W., eds. Routledge Handbook of Sport and Politics. Routledge,
  • Mac Ginty, R. (2016) Lockout: Peace Formation in Northern Ireland. In: Richmond, O.P. and Pogodda, S., eds. Post-Liberal Peace Transitions: Between Peace Formation and State Formation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 27-46.
  • Mason, G. (2016) Serving as a Critical Friend to Men of Violence. In: Marshall, E.O., ed. Conflict Transformation and Religion. Palgrave Macmillan US, 51-65.
  • McShane, S. (2016) Stories of Challenge-Stories of Change: Why Do Older People Tell Their Personal Accounts of the Northern Ireland Conflict? In: Keitkemper-Yates, M. and Penjak, A., eds. The Practice of Narrative: Storytelling in a Global Context. Oxford: Inter-Diciplinary Press, 51-60.
  • Ó Dochartaigh, N. (2016) Northern Ireland since 1920. In: Bourke, R. and McBride, I., eds. The Princeton History of Modern Ireland. Princeton University Press, 141.
  • Phelan, M. (2016) Lost Lives: Performance, Remembrance, Belfast. In: O'Rawe, D. and Phelan, M., eds. Post-Conflict Performance, Film and Visual Arts. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 129-155.
  • Price, Bryan. (2016). 'Evaluating the Effectiveness of Leadership Decapitation Tactics Against Terrorist Groups', Chapter in, Ducheine, P.A.L., Schmitt, M.N. and Osinga, F.P.B., (eds), Targeting: The Challenges of Modern Warfare. Springer. pp.261-288.
  • Revill, J. (2016) IEDs in the Twentieth Century. In: Anon.Improvised Explosive Devices. Springer, 35-57.
  • Rosales, J.M. (2016) Nationalism, Constitutionalism and Democratization: The Basque Question in Perspective. In: Palonen, K., Pulkkinen, T. and Rosales, J.M., eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to the Politics of Democratization in Europe, Concepts and Histories. Abingdon: Routledge, 371.
  • Ryan, S. (2016) Dealing with the past in northern Ireland. In: Burgos, E.A., ed. Conflicto armado, justicia y memoria: Tomo 1. Teoría crítica de la violencia y prácticas de memoria y resistencia. 157-182.
  • Scott-McKinley, A. (2016) Youth work curriculum in Northern Ireland: a history. In: Siurala, L., Coussee, F., Suurpaa, L. and Williamson, H., eds. The History of Youth Work in Europe: Autonomy through dependency - Histories of co-operation, conflict and innovation in youth work (Volume 5). Council of Europe, 89.
  • Soncini, S. (2016) QUESTIONI DI PANCIA: LA BELLY FABLE NEL CORIOLANUS SECONDO BRECHT, GRASS E OSBORNE. In: Caponi, P., Cavecchi, M. and Rose, M., eds. ExpoShakeSpeare Il Sommo Gourmet, il cibo e i cannibali. 95.
  • Slaby, A. (2016) L’Irlande du Nord: construction politique et identitaire. In: Anon.Histoire De L'Irlande. Tallandier, 361-406.
  • Wahidin, A. (2016) Women, War and Peace. In: Anon.Ex-Combatants, Gender and Peace in Northern Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 9-21.
  • Zywietz, B. (2016) Der Nordirlandkonflikt und die IRA im Film. In: Anon.Terrorismus im Spielfilm. Springer, 81-152.

Citations in 90 Journal Articles:

  • Ackerman, G.A. (2016) The Provisional Irish Republican Army and the Development of Mortars. Journal of Strategic Security, 9 (1), 12-34.
  • Adhikary, D.K. (2016) Economic effects of conflict on the Economy in Nepal: before and after 2006. e-Journal of Social & Behavioural Research in Business, 7 (1), 39-53.
  • Ahmed, Y., Duddy, S., Hackett, C., Lundy, P., McCallan, M., McKeown, G., Murphy, A., O'Rourke, C., Patterson-Bennet, E. and Wing, L. (2016) Developing Gender Principles for Dealing with the Legacy of the Past. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 10 (3), 527-537.
  • Alexander, N. (2016) Remembering the future: poetry, peace, and the politics of memory in Northern Ireland. Textual Practice, 1-21.
  • Alonso, R. (2016) Terrorist Skin, Peace-Party Mask: The Political Communication Strategy of Sinn Féin and the PIRA. Terrorism and Political Violence, 28 (3), 520-540.
  • Armoudian, M. (2016) Introducing new datasets on Northern Ireland’s media in the peace process and a test of newsworthiness in times of ‘troubles’. Media, War & Conflict, 9 (2), 137-161.
  • Bairner, A. (2016) “My First Victim Was a Hurling Player...” Sport in the Lives of Northern Ireland’s Political Prisoners. American Behavioral Scientist, 60 (9), 1086-1100.
  • Balcells, L., Daniels, L. and Escribà-Folch, A. (2016) The determinants of low-intensity intergroup violence: The case of Northern Ireland. Journal of Peace Research, 53 (1), 33-48.
  • Boland, P., Murtagh, B. and Shirlow, P. (2016) Fashioning a City of Culture:‘life and place changing’or ‘12 month party’? International Journal of Cultural Policy, 1-20.
  • Brown, K. and Grant, A. (2016) A Lens Over Conflicted Memory: Surveying ‘Troubles’ Commemoration in Northern Ireland. Irish Political Studies, 31 (1), 139-162.
  • Chaurasia, P., Yogarajah, P., Condell, J., Prasad, G., McIlhatton, D. and Monaghan, R. (2016) Countering terrorism, protecting critical national infrastructure and infrastructure assets through the use of novel behavioral biometrics. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 8 (3), 197-211.
  • Collins, P., Marenin, O. and Chu, M.C. (2016) The Politics and Management of Policing Reforms in Newly Industrialized, Industrializing and Developmental States: Introduction to the Special Issue. Public Administration and Development, 36 (2), 71-79.
  • Cragin, R.K. and Padilla, P. (2016) Old Becomes New Again: Kidnappings by Daesh and Other Salafi-Jihadists in the Twenty-First Century. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-19.
  • Crooke, E. (2016) Artefacts as Agents for Change: Commemoration and Exchange via Material Culture. Irish Political Studies, 31 (1), 86-100.
  • Curran, C. (2016) The development of schoolboy coaching structures for association football in Ireland, 1945–1995. Soccer & Society, 1-16.
  • David, Y.B., Hameiri, B., Benheim, S., Leshem, B., Sarid, A., Sternberg, M., Nadler, A. and Sagy, S. (2016) Exploring ourselves within inter-group conflict: The role of intra-group dialogue in promoting acceptance of collective narratives and willingness towards reconciliation. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace psychology,
  • Deglow, A. (2016) Localized legacies of civil war Postwar violent crime in Northern Ireland. Journal of Peace Research, .
  • Dempster, L. (2016) The Republican Movement,‘Disappearing’and Framing the Past in Northern Ireland. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 10 (2), 250-271.
  • Devaney, J. and McConville, P. (2016) Childhood neglect–the Northern Ireland experienc e. Research, Policy and Planning, 32 (1), 53-63.
  • DeYoung, E. (2016) Lest We Forget: Observations from Belfast's Twaddell Avenue. Streetnotes, 25
  • Dixit, P. (2016) Interrogating representations of “militants” and “terrorists” in the United States’ Militant Imagery Project and the Counterterrorism Calendar. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 9 (1), 97-119.
  • Dybris McQuaid, S. (2016) Passive Archives or Storages for Action? Storytelling Projects in Northern Ireland. Irish Political Studies, 31 (1), 63-85.
  • English, R. (2016) The future study of terrorism. European Journal of International Security, 1 (02), 135-149.
  • Esposito De Vita, G., Trillo, C. and Martinez-Perez, A. (2016) Community planning and urban design in contested places. Some insights from Belfast. Journal of urban Design, 21 (3), 320-334.
  • Ferguson, N. (2016) Disengaging from Terrorism: A Northern Irish Experience. Journal for Deradicalization, 6 1-23.
  • Fitzpatrick, E. and Bell, A. (2016) Summoning up the Ghost with Needle and Thread. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research, 5 (2), 6-29.
  • Forau, L. and Chand, S. (2016) Measuring peace using household-level data from post-conflict Solomon Islands. Conflict, Security & Development, 16 (5), 423-441.
  • Gardner, J. (2016) Education in Northern Ireland since the Good Friday Agreement: Kabuki theatre meets danse macabre. Oxford Review of Education, 42 (3), 346-361.
  • González, A.G. (2016) Out of the Box: Punk and the concept of 'Community' in Ireland. Liverpool Postgraduate Journal of Irish Studies, 1 (1), 39-52.
  • Graff-McRae, R.L. (2016) Ghosts of Gender: Memory, Legacy and Spectrality in Northern Ireland’s Post-Conflict Commemorative Politics. Ethnopolitics, 1-19.
  • Greene, L. (2016) About Silence. Sequence, 5 (1), 28/03/2017.
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  • Grey, E. (2016) ‘The Need for Whitewash and Disinfectant’: Eoghan McTigue’s All Over Again. Review of Irish Studies in Europe, 1 61-69.
  • Grubb, A.E. (2016) Microlevel Dynamics of Violence: Explaining Variation in Violence among Rural Districts during Northern Ireland's Troubles. Security Studies, 25 (3), 460-487.
  • Hagan, L. (2016) Missing Voices: Women and the Three" Ps Politics, Prejudice and Paternalism. The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 32 (1), 12-22.
  • Hancock, L.E. (2016) Into the IRIS: a model for analyzing identity dynamics in conflict. National Identities, 18 (4), 409-423.
  • Harper, C. (2016) Oestrogen Rising 2016: Ireland’s stained and bloodied cloths. Social Identities, 23 (3), 289-309.
  • Hearty, K. (2016) From “former comrades” to “near enemy”: the narrative template of “armed struggle” and conflicting discourses on Violent Dissident Irish Republican activity (VDR). Critical Studies on Terrorism, 9 (2), 269-291.
  • Hearty, K. (2016) How the ‘suspect community’became ‘critical engagers’: the (re) framing of the Irish republican narrative on policing in Northern Ireland. Irish Political Studies, 1-22.
  • Hennings, A. (2016) Das Konfliktpotenzial exklusiver Landgrabbing-Praktiken Eine Herausforderung für den regionalen Frieden. ZeFKo Zeitschrift für Friedens-und Konfliktforschung, 5 (2), 221-248.
  • Honeywood, C.A. (2016) Britain's Approach to Balancing Counter-Terrorism Laws with Human Rights. Journal of Strategic Security, 9 (3), 28-48.
  • Huddleston, S. (2016) Template for peace: Northern Ireland, 1972–75. Irish Studies Review, 24 (1), 108-110.
  • Jennings, Matt. (2016). 'Crows on the Wire: intermediality in applied drama and conflict transformation – ‘humanising’ the police in Northern Ireland', Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, Vol.21, Issue 3, pp.418-430.
  • Kelly, G. and Braniff, M. (2016) A dearth of evidence: tackling division and building relationships in Northern Ireland. International Peacekeeping, 23 (3), 442-467.
  • Kelly, S. (2016) " The Totality of Relationships": The Haughey-Thatcher Relationship and the Anglo-Irish Summit Meeting, 8 December 1980. Éire-Ireland, 51 (3/4), 244-273.
  • Kettle, L. and Mumford, A. (2016) Terrorist learning: a new analytical framework. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-16.
  • Kott, A. and Skarin, B. (2016) Approaches to Modeling Insurgency. arXiv preprint,
  • Kowalski, R.C. (2016) The role of sectarianism in the Provisional IRA campaign, 1969-1997. Terrorism and Political Violence, 1-26.
  • Lafferty, O. (2016) From Fun Factory to Current Affairs Machine: Coping with the Outbreak of the Troubles at Ulster Television 1968-70. Irish Communication Review, 14 (1), 48-64.
  • Lambkin, B. (2016) Academic Antagonism and the ‘Resetting’of the Northern Ireland ‘Problem’, 1969–1970: Owen Dudley Edwards vs. Hugh Trevor-Roper. Irish Political Studies, 31 (2), 223-251.
  • Lohr, C. (2016) "Solidarity of 'The Colonized'": A critical discourse analysis of Sinn Féin's connection to Palestine. Clocks & Clouds: Journal of National and Global Affairs, 7 (1), 144-159.
  • Lundy, P. and Rolston, B. (2016) Redress for past harms? Official apologies in Northern Ireland. The International Journal of Human Rights, 20 (1), 104-122.
  • Machin, A. (2016) Hunger Power: The embodied protest of the political hunger strike1. Interface: A Journal for and about Social Movements, 8 (1), 157-180.
  • Maguire, C. (2016) Resettlement Outcomes for 18–21-Year-Old Males in Northern Ireland. Irish Probation Journal, 13 (October), 119-133.
  • Mallinder, L. and O’Rourke, C. (2016) Databases of Transitional Justice Mechanisms and Contexts: Comparing Research Purposes and Design. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 10 (3), 492-515.
  • McDermott, P., Nic Craith, M. and Strani, K. (2016) Public space, collective memory and intercultural dialogue in a (UK) city of culture. Identities, 23 (5), 610-627.
  • McEvoy, K. and Bryson, A. (2016) Justice, Truth and Oral History: Legislating the Past 'from Below' in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 67 (1), 67-90.
  • McGovern, M. (2016) Informers, agents and the liberal ideology of collusion in Northern Ireland. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 9 (2), 292-311.
  • McGrattan, C. (2016) Ideology, reconciliation and nationalism in Northern Ireland. Journal of Political Ideologies, 21 (1), 61-77.
  • McGregor, P. and McKee, P. (2016) Religion and Fertility in Contemporary Northern Ireland. European Journal of Population, 32 (4), 599-622.
  • McIlroy, B. (2016) The Clash of Society and Community: The Irish Police on Screen. Review of Irish Studies in Europe, 1 83-92.
  • McKearney, T. (2016) Northern Ireland: From Imperial Asset to International Encumbrance. Journal of World-Systems Research, 22 (1), 108-132.
  • McKeown, S., Stringer, M. and Cairns, E. (2016) Classroom segregation: where do students sit and how is this related to group relations? British Educational Research Journal, 42 (1), 40-55.
  • McRoberts, J. (2016) Negotiating Conflict: A Discussion of Interactive Documentary as Constructive Storytelling in Societies Emerging from Conflict. Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, 9 (1), 1-16.
  • Mitchell, D., Somerville, I. and Hargie, O. (2016) Sport for peace in Northern Ireland? Civil society, change and constraint after the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18 (4), 981-996.
  • Moffett, L. (2016) Reparations for ‘Guilty Victims’: Navigating Complex Identities of Victim–Perpetrators in Reparation Mechanisms. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 10 (1), 146-167.
  • Moore, R. (2016) Rebranding Belfast: Chromatopes of (Post-) Conflict. Signs and Society, 4 (S1), S138-S162.
  • Morrison, J.F. (2016) Fighting Talk: The Statements of “The IRA/New IRA”. Terrorism and Political Violence, 28 (3), 598-619.
  • Morrison, J.F. and Horgan, J. (2016) Reloading the Armalite? Victims and Targets of Violent Dissident Irish Republicanism, 2007–2015. Terrorism and Political Violence, 28 (3), 576-597.
  • Mourlon, F. (2016) Transposition and Adaptation of Models in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland: The Personal Experience of Brandon Hamber. Itinéraires: Littérature, textes, cultures, (2015-2), 1-13.
  • Murphy, J., McDowell, S. and Braniff, M. (2016) Historical dialogue and memory in policing change: The case of the police in Northern Ireland. Memory Studies, 1-17.
  • Nolan-Haley, J.M. (2016) Designing Systems for Achieving Justice after a Peace Agreement: Northern Ireland's Struggle with the Past. University of St. Thomas Law Journal,
  • O'Leary, J. (2016) The Interface: Peace Walls, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Footprint, 10 (2 Autumn/Winter), 137-144.
  • Price, B. (2016) Evaluating the Effectiveness of Leadership Decapitation Tactics Against Terrorist Groups. In: Ducheine, P.A.L., Schmitt, M.N. and Osinga, F.P.B., eds. Targeting: The Challenges of Modern Warfare. Springer, 261-288.
  • Rahman, M. (2016) Peace Through Tourism: A Tool for Sustainable Transformation. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14 (4), 2585-2593.
  • Reilly, P. (2016) Tweeting for peace? Twitter and the Ardoyne parade dispute in Belfast, July 2014. First Monday, 21 (11),
  • Reilly, P., and Trevisan, F. (2016). 'Researching protest on Facebook: developing an ethical stance for the study of Northern Irish flag protest pages', Information, Communication & Society, Vol.19, Issue 3, 2016, pp.1-17.
  • Reinisch, D. (2016) Political prisoners and the Irish language: a north-south comparison. Studi irlandesi: a journal of Irish studies, 6 239-258.
  • Richardson, H. (2016) This is not a memoir: case study of a memoir-in-progress. New Writing, 1-7.
  • Rosler, N. (2016) Not as simple as that: How leaders faced the challenges of pursuing the peace process in Northern Ireland. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 22 (2), 177-180.
  • Roulston, S., Hansson, U., Cook, S. and McKenzie, P. (2016) If you are not one of them you feel out of place: understanding divisions in a Northern Irish town. Children's Geographies, 1-14.
  • Sanders, A. (2016) Congressional Hearings on Northern Ireland and the “Special Relationship,” 1971–1981. Diplomacy & Statecraft, 27 (1), 121-141.
  • Sanders, A. (2016) Principles of Minimum Force and the Parachute Regiment in Northern Ireland, 1969–1972. Journal of Strategic Studies, 1-25.
  • Smith, A., McWilliams, M. and Yarnell, P. (2016) Does Every Cloud Have a Silver Lining?: Brexit, Repeal of the Human Rights Act and the Northern Ireland Bill of Rights. Fordham International Law Journal, 40 79-191.
  • Solleder, S. (2016) Unfinished Artefacts: The Case of Northern Irish Murals. continent., 5 (1), 61-77.
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Citations in 11 Books:

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Citations in 30 Book Chapters:

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  • Selim, Gehan. (2015). 'The landscape of differences: Contact and segregation in the everyday encounters', Cities, Vol.46, pp.16-25.
  • Side, Katherine. (2015). 'Visual and textual narratives of conflict-related displacement in Northern Ireland', Identities, Vol.22, Issue 4, pp.486-507.
  • Silva, Antonio.S., and Mace, Ruth. (2015). 'Inter-group conflict and cooperation: Field experiments before, during and after sectarian riots in Northern Ireland', Frontiers in psychology, Vol.6, (on-line 27 November 2015).
  • Skinner, C.P. (2015). 'Punishing Crimes of Terror in Article III Courts', Yale Law & Policy Review, Vol.31, Issue 2.
  • Stanton, Emily., and Kelly, Gráinne. (2015). 'Exploring Barriers to Constructing Locally Based Peacebuilding Theory: The case of Northern Ireland', International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution, 2015 (3) 1
  • Stewart, Francis. (2015). 'The Orange Order: A Religious Institution or an Expression of Implicit Religious Spinning?', Implicit Religion, Vol.18, Issue 2, pp.177-207.
  • Swaine, Aisling. (2015). 'Beyond Strategic Rape and Between the Public and Private: Violence Against Women in Armed Conflict', Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.37, No.3, pp.755-786.
  • Tosser, Renée. (2015). 'Un Parlement Protestant pour un Peuple Protestant: Minorités en Irlande du Nord', Mémoire(s), identité(s), marginalité(s) dans le monde occidental contemporain, (13).
  • Vollhardt, J.R. (2015). 'Inclusive Victim Consciousness in Advocacy, Social Movements, and Intergroup Relations: Promises and Pitfalls', Social Issues and Policy Review, Vol.9, Issue 1, pp.89-120.
  • Walsh, Dawn. (2015). 'Northern Ireland and the independent parades commission: Delegation and legitimacy', Irish Political Studies, Vol.30, Issue 1, pp.20-40.
  • Watkins, Jeremy. (2015). 'Unilateral Forgiveness and the Task of Reconciliation', Res Publica, Vol.21, Issue 1, February 2015, pp.19-42.
  • Wilson, Page. (2015). 'Three Emerging Security Challenges for the UK', Global Society, Vol.29, Isssue 3, pp.373-389.
  • Wolwacz, A.F. (2015). 'Brief Analysis of Aesthetic Works Representing The Northern Irish Conflict', Nonada Letras em Revista, Vol.2, No.23, pp.147-159.

Citations in 44 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Akin, E., and Jawed, M.A. (2015). Turkey and the Kurds: a game theoretic approach to strategy and policy. Master's Thesis, (June 2015), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
  • Alexander, C.T. (2015). Identification of behavioral indicators in political protest music. Master's Thesis, (December 2015), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
  • Alkula, R. (2015). The Alliance Party of Northern Ireland: Allianssi-puolueen pelivaran avaus ja sen argumentoinnin retoriikkaa Pohjois-Irlannin parlamentissa 1998-2001. Thesis, (Autumn 2015), University of Jyväskylä.
  • Bari, M.E. (2015). Suspension of the fundamental rights and the unrestrained exercise of the power of preventive detention during the successive proclamations of emergency in Bangladesh: A legal study. D.Phil. Thesis, (January 2015), Macquarie Law School, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
  • Bidey, Timothy. (2015). Showing and Telling: Exploring the influence of media on storytelling’s capacity to transform intergroup relations. PRDU Working Paper Series, No.8, August 2015.
    PRDU Working Paper 8 - Bidey.pdf
  • Bixby, A.L. (2015). Conflicted tourism: heritage narratives, sectarian schism, and economic growth in Northern Ireland. Master's Thesis, (December 2015), University of Louisville; Paper 2300.
  • Bloom, Clive. (2015). Thatcher's Secret War: Subversion, Coercion, Secrecy and Government, 1974-90. Stroud: The History Press.
  • Burke, Lauren. (2015). Vicious Cycle or Business Cycle?: Explaining Political Violence in Northern Ireland After the Troubles. Res Publica-Journal of Undergraduate Research, Vol.19, Issue 1, Article 7.
  • Bush, Kenneth., and Houston, Kenneth. (2015). The Story of Peace Learning from EU PEACE Funding in Northern Ireland and the Border Region. Derry: INCORE, Ulster University.
  • Cancellieri, J.F. (2015). The Troubles in Northern Ireland. Senior Thesis, Paper 2, (16 May 2015), Fordham University.
  • Claeson, B.S. (2015). A More Durable Peace: The Nexus Between Local Influence and Power-Sharing Governance. Honors Thesis, Paper 138, (31 May 2015), Bates College.
  • Edwards-Chenet, Isabelle. (2015). L’île de Rathlin et ses habitants, objets de recherche et objets de convoitise. Master Thesis, August 2015, Université Lumière Lyon 2.
  • Ferguson, C. (2015). Culture, Tradition and Alternative Justice: An Evaluation of Restorative Justice Developments in New Zealand and Northern Ireland, Masters Thesis, (27 October 2015), Durham University.
  • Garry, J., and McNicholl, K. (2015) Understanding the ‘Northern Irish’ Identity. Knowledge Exchange Seminar Series (KESS). Belfast: Northern Ireland Assembly.
  • Gilliland, Anne.J. (2015). 'Memory Politics and Reconciliation in the Wake of Ethnic Conflict: A Northern Irish Example', Paper in, Records, Archives and Memory: Selected Papers from the Conference and School on Records, Archives and Memory Studies, University of Zadar, Croatia, May 2013.
  • Guiora, A.N. (2015). Boston to Where: The Challenges Posed by Local-Global Terrorism. Law research paper No.110, University of Utah.
  • Hale-Ross, Simon. (2015). The European Union should introduce legislation to harmonise anti-terror laws in the 28 Member States. Conference paper, Liverpool John Moores University. Paper 2015.pdf
  • Islam, M. (2015). Media as a mode of conflict prevention and established peace: an introspective case study on the socio-political development of Bangladesh, Undergraduate Thesis, University of Dhaka. Islam.pdf
  • Ives-Allison, Nichole.D. (2015). P stones and provos: group violence in Northern Ireland and Chicago. PhD Thesis, 23 June 2015, University of St Andrews.
  • Jiménez LLavero, Á. (2015). History of Ireland: Since the 12th century to the Process of Peace. Thesis, July 2015, Jaén: Universidad de Jaén.
  • Korving, I. (2015). The Making and Unmaking of Social Identity Boundaries and Physically Defined Geographical Borders: The interrelated bordering processes of social sectarian division and interface barriers in North and West Belfast, Northern Ireland. Master Thesis, (3 August 2015), Utrecht University.
  • Chang, Patty., et al. (2015). Women Leading Peace: A close examination of women’s political participation in peace processes in Northern Ireland, Guatemala, Kenya, and the Philippines. Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security.
  • Leahy, Thomas.D. (2015). Informers, Agents, the IRA and British Counter-Insurgency Strategy during the Northern Ireland Troubles, 1969 to 1998. D.Phil. Thesis, (August 2015), King’s College London.
  • Mariam, K. (2015). Unionist and loyalist nationalism as the driving force of the Troubles. Master's Thesis, University College Dublin.
  • Masciel, Brianna. (2015). Working on the Troubles in Northern Ireland: The Role of International Funding Bodies in the Peace Process. CMC Senior Thesis, April 2015, Paper 1134, Claremont McKenna College.
  • McClurkin, Kathryn. (2015). "While Ireland holds these graves": The Survival and Revival of Catholic Identity in Northern Ireland, 1925-1968. Master Thesis, May 2015, Youngstown State University.
  • McShane, Sinéad. (2015). Stories of challenge – Stories of change: Why do older people tell their personal accounts of the conflict in Northern Ireland? INCORE, Ulster University.
  • Montgomery, Lorna. (2015) Breavement Counselling in Northern Ireland and Uganda: A Comparative Qualitative Study of Professional Therapists' Perspectives. Thesis, (Doctor of Philosophy). University of Leicester.
  • Nagel, Robert. Ulrich. (2015). Why a seat at the table is not enough - The case of the Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition. University of Kent.
  • Page, J.M. (2015). Reparations and State Accountability. Doctoral dissertation, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Harvard University.
  • Panzer, D.E. (2015). Tiocfaidh ár lá (our day will come): Negotiating the cultural politics of citizenship, heritage, and identity in Northern Ireland. Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, University of Pennsylvania.
  • Rak, Matea. (2015). Rizici terorizma [Risk of Terrorism]. Thesis, Šibenik, 2015.
  • Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI). (2015). User Guide to Security Situation Statistics Northern Ireland, (updated January 2015). Belfast: PSNI Statistics Branch.
  • Roberts, Danielle. (2015). Protestant/Unionist/Loyalist Women and their interaction with politics in ‘post ceasefire’Northern Ireland. Paper.
  • Roberts, K.D. (2015). The rise and fall of Liverpool sectarianism: An investigation into the decline of sectarian antagonism on Merseyside. PhD thesis, April 2015, University of Liverpool
  • Šiková, Veronika. (2015). Hluboce rozdělená společnost: Komparace severoirského a izraelsko-palestinského konfliktu. Thesis, Masarykova Univerzita.
  • Tam, Claire. (2015). ‘Spoiler’ Violence and Other Myths: A Mixed Methods Study of Paramilitaries’ Use of Force in Northern Ireland. Undergraduate Thesis, Paper 276, Wellesley College.
  • Tetyana Ravchyna, T.K. (2015). 'Pathways To United Ukraine: Teacher Candidates Learn To Handle Intranational Conflict', Conference paper to, END 2015 International Conference on Education and New Developments, 27-29 June, Porto, Portugal., pp.286-290.
  • Tukša, M. (2015). Transformacija sukoba kroz transformaciju identiteta: studija slučaja Sjeverne Irske: diplomski rad, Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Sociology.
  • Webster, Emily. (2015). "One Man, One Vote - One Family, One House": An Examination of Social Housing in Londonderry, 1945-1975. Honors Thesis, May 2015, Ohio State University.
  • Weideskog, Susanne. (2015). Hur kan det förklaras att fred uppstod 2007 i Nordirlandskonflikten? Thesis, Lunds universitet.
  • Wilson, Craig.D. (2015). Dirty Fighting: How to Counter Total Warfare Mentality, Master's Thesis, 12 June 2015, Fort Leavenworth.
  • Wyss, Rebecca. (2015). Troubling Northern Irish Herstories: The Drama Of Anne Devlin & Christina Reid.Honors Thesis, April 2015, Ohio University.
  • Young, Rachael. (2015). Not Just Painted Walls: Northern Irish Murals as Social Tools. Thesis.


2014 [list not yet fully compiled]

Citations in 1 Book Chapter:

  • Serrano, Rafael., and Pieri, Zacharias. (2014). 'By the numbers: The Nigerian State's efforts to counter Boko Haram', Chapter 9 (pp.192-212) in, Pérouse de Montclos, Marc-Antoine. (ed). (2014). Boko Haram: Islamism, politics, security and the state in Nigeria. Leiden: African Studies Centre.

Citations in 5 Journal Article:

  • Beirne, Maggie. (2014). 'Are We Throwing Out the Baby with the Bathwater?: The North-South Dynamic from the Perspective of Human Rights Work in Northern Ireland', Edição, Vol.11, No.20
  • Cunningham, Niall., and Gregory, Ian. (2014). 'Hard to miss, easy to blame? Peacelines, interfaces and political deaths in Belfast during the Troubles', Political Geography, Vol.40, pp.64-78.
  • King, James Allison. (2014). ''Say nothing': silenced records and the Boston College subpoenas', Archives and Records: The Journal of the Archives and Records Association, (published on-line: 31 January 2014).
  • Trolan, E.J. (2014). 'Bringing a Community Together Through Sport - Using Sport in Divided Communities in Northern Ireland', International Journal of Technical Research and Applications, Special Issue 10 (Nov-Dec 2014), PP. 89-90.
  • Wolwacz, A.F. (2014). 'The National Civil Rights Archive and the Murals of the Bogside Artists: Examples of Culture of Memory', Ciências & Letras, No.56, July 2014, pp.261-271.

Citations in 4 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Woolmeer, John Marcus Hugh. (2014). Home and Away: Did the UK address counterinsurgency in Basra substantially differently to how it addressed it in Northern Ireland? Master's Thesis, Master of Science, National Defense University, (9 April 2014).
  • Szczecińska-Musielak, E. (2014). 'Religion and Church(es) in Northern Ireland Peace Process', Conference Paper in, Bridging the Divides: Post-conference publication on faith-based reconciliation and peacebuilding, pp.71-82.
  • Tomášková, Zuzana. (2014). The Role of the Beatles Phenomenon in the Culture of the ‘Swinging Sixties’ in Britain. Thesis, Plzeň.
  • Cortez-Lobão Sineiro, Francisco. (2014). 'El papel de los diarios en el proceso de paz norirlandés' [The role of the press in the Northern Ireland peace process], Revista Científica de Información y Comunicación, 11, pp. 211-227.


2013 [list not yet fully compiled]

Citations in 1 Book:

  • Graham, Colin. (2013). Northern Ireland: 30 Years of Photography. Belfast: Belfast Exposed, in partnership with the MAC.

Citations in 7 Journal Articles:

  • Browne, Brendan. (2013). 'Commemoration in conflict', Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology, Vol.4, No.2, Winter 2013, pp.143-163.
  • Bush, Kenneth. (2013). 'The politics of post-conflict space: the mysterious case of missing graffiti in ‘post-troubles’ Northern Ireland', Contemporary Politics, Vol.19, No.2, pp.165-186 (23).
  • Byrne, Siobhan. (2013). 'Troubled Engagement in Ethnicized Conflict: Negotiating difference among femist activists in Israel and Northern Ireland', International Feminist Journal of Politics,
  • Cunningham, Niall. (2013). 'The doctrine of vicarious punishment: space, religion and the Belfast Troubles of 1920-22', Journal of Historical Geography, Vol.40, April 2013, pp.52–66.
  • Shimada, Lia D., and Johnston, Mark. (2013). 'Tracing the Troubles through the Trees: Conflict and Peace in the Urban Forest of Belfast, Northern Ireland', Journal of War & Culture Studies, Vol.6, No.1, February 2013 , pp.40-57(18).
  • Loyle, Cyanne E., Sullivan, Christopher., and Davenport, Christian. (2013). 'The Northern Ireland Research Initiative: Data on the Troubles from 1968 to 1998', Conflict Management and Peace Science (2014), Vol.31, No.1, pp.94-106, (published on-line 19 September 2013).
  • Carter, Abigail. (2013) 'Promoting Democracy in Ethnically Divided Societies: The Benefits of Combining Partition and Power-Sharing', Res Publica XVIII, Vol.18, Issue 1, pp.63-84.

Citations in 2 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Lemaitre, Franck. (ed) (2013). 'Pour la réconciliation des mémoires', Unité des Chrétiens, No.171, Juillet 2013, front cover.
  • Gibney, John. (2013). 'National Archives of Ireland and the Troubles, 1970-74: new material for CAIN database', History Ireland, (December 2013), website article.
    Available at:


2012 [list not yet fully compiled]

Citations in 3 Books:

  • Gregory, Ian., and Cunningham, Niall. (2012 Forthcoming ?). Troubled Geographies: A Spatial History of Religion and Society in Ireland [Tentative Title]. Indiana: Indiana University Press.
  • Lunney, Robert F. (2012). Parting Shots: My Passion for Policing. Toronto: Robert Lunney Associates.
  • Ross, F. Stuart. (2012). Smashing H Block: The Popular Campaign Against Criminalization and the Irish Hunger Strikes 1976-1982. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Citations in 6 Book Chapters:

  • Campbell, Colm. (2012). 'Beyond Radicalization: Towards an Integrated Anti-Violence Rule of Law Strategy', Chapter 10 (pp.255-282) in, Salinas de Friás, K.A-M., Samuel , K.J.H., and White, N.D. (eds) (2012). Counter-Terrorism: International Law and Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Crooke, Elizabeth. (2012). 'The material culture of conflict: Artefacts in the Museum of Free Derry, Northern Ireland', Chapter 3 in, Dudley, Sandra H., et al. (eds) (2012). Narrating Objects, Collecting Stories. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Hayes, Mark. (2012). 'The Imposition of Internment Without Trial in Northern Ireland, August 1971: Causes, Consequences and Lessons', Chapter 7 in, Georgoulas, Stratos. (ed) (2012). The Politics of Criminology: Critical studies on deviance and social control. Deviance and Social Control Vol.1. Berlin: Lit Verlag.
  • McCall, Cathal. (2012). 'Debordering and Rebordering the United Kingdom', Chapter 12 in, Wilson, Thoma M., and Donnan, Hastings. (eds) (2012). A Companion to Border Studies. Chichester, Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • O'Connor, Paul., and Brecknell, Alan. (2012). 'British counter-insurgency practice in Northern Ireland in the 1970s- a legitimate response or state terror?', Chapter 3 in, Poynting, Scott., and Whyte, David. (eds) (2012). Counter-Terrorism and State Political Violence: The 'war on terror' as terror. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Shapiro, Daniel L. (2012). 'Creative Problem Solving: Not Just About the Problem', Chapter 4 in, Coleman, Peter T., and Deutsch, Morton. (eds) (2012). Psychological Components of Sustainable Peace. (Peace Psychology Book Series). New York: Springer.

Citations in 32 Journal Articles :

  • Alcobia-Murphy, Shane. (2012). ''Signs of the still recent war': Medbh McGuckian and conflict', Irish Studies Review, Vol.20, Iss.2, pp.115-133.
  • Aveyard, Stuart C. (2012). ''The “English Disease” is to Look for a “Solution of the Irish Problem”': British Constitutional Policy in Northern Ireland after Sunningdale 1974–1976', Contemporary British History, pp.1-21.
  • Besley, Timothy, and Mueller, Hannes. (2012). 'Estimating the Peace Dividend: The Impact of Violence on House Prices in Northern Ireland', American Economic Review, Vol.102, No.2, pp.810-833.
  • Bloom, Mia., Gill, Paul., and Horgan, John. (2012). 'Tiocfaidh ár Mná: Women in the Provisional Irish Republican Army', Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Vol.4, Iss.1, pp.60-76.
  • Boran, Mark. (2012). 'To Insure or Not to Insure, That is the Question: Congress' Attempt to Bolster the Insurance Industry after the Attacks on September 11, 2001', Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development, Vol.17, Iss.3, Article 10, pp.523-584.
  • Brown, Kris. (2012). '‘What It Was Like to Live through a Day’: Transitional Justice and the Memory of the Everyday in a Divided Society', The International Journal of Transitional Justice, (advance access version; viewed 8 October 2012).
    DOI: http://10.1093/ijtj/ijs023
  • Campbell, Colm., and Connolly, Ita. (2012). 'The Sharp End: Armed Opposition Movements, Transitional Truth Processes and the Rechtsstaat', International Journal of Transitional Justice, Vol.6, Iss.1, pp.11-39.
  • Cochrane, Feargal. (2012). 'From Transition to Transformation in Ethnonational Conflict: Some Lessons from Northern Ireland', Ethnopolitics: Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics, Vol.11, Iss.2, pp.182-203.
  • Cochrane, Mark., and Monaghan, Rachel. (2012). 'Countering terrorism through the use of informants: the Northern Ireland experience', Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, Vol.4, Iss.1, pp.26-40, (Special Issue: Political reverberations: Northern Ireland's conflict, peace process and paramilitaries).
  • Dudai, Ron. (2012). 'Informers and the Transition in Northern Ireland', British Journal of Criminology, Vol.52, Iss.1, pp.32-54.
  • Fraser, Thomas G. (2012). 'Historical Legacies and the Northern Ireland Peace Process: Issues of Commemoration and Memorialisation', Shared Space: A research journal on peace, conflict and community relations in Northern Ireland, Iss.12, April 2012, pp.41-50.
  • Frenett, Ross., and Smith, M.L.R. (2012). 'Continuing the Long War—Analyzing the Factors Behind Anti-GFA Violence', Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.24, Iss.3, pp.375-395.
  • Gallagher, Elizabeth., Hamber , Brandon., and Joy, Elaine. (2012). 'Perspectives and Possibilities: Mental Health in post-Agreement Northern Ireland', Shared Space: A research journal on peace, conflict and community relations in Northern Ireland, Iss.13, March 2012, pp.63-78.
  • Gheda, Paolo. (2012). 'Le" Peacelines" di Belfast. Quarant'anni di separazione tra comunità cristiane nella capitale dell'Irlanda del Nord (1969-2009)' [The Belfast’s "Peacelines". Fourty years of separation among christian communities in Northern Ireland’s capital (1969-2009)], Memoria E Ricerca, No.39, pp.?
  • Goddard, S.E. (2012). 'Brokering Peace: Networks, Legitimacy, and the Northern Ireland Peace Process', International Studies Quarterly, pp.1-15.
  • Gray, Ann Marie., and Birrell, Derek. (2012). 'The structures of the NHS in Northern Ireland: Divergence, policy copying and policy deficiency', Public Policy and Administration, 0(0), pp.1-16.
  • Lombe, Margaret., Newransky, Chrisann., Kayser, Karen., and Raj, Paul Mike. (2012). 'Exploring Barriers to Inclusion of Widowed and Abandoned Women through Microcredit Self-Help Groups: The Case of Rural South India', Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, pp.143-162.
  • Maney, Gregory M. (2012). 'The Paradox of Reform: The Civil Rights Movement in Northern Ireland', Nonviolent Conflict and Civil Resistance: Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, Vol.34, pp.3-26.
  • Maney, Gregory M., McCarthy, Michael A., and Yukich, Grace B. (2012). 'Explaining Political Violence Against Civilians in Northern Ireland: A Contention-Oriented Approach', Mobilization: An International Quarterly, Vol.17, No.1, pp.27-48.
  • Matthews, Neil. (2012). 'Northern Ireland 2011', Irish Political Studies, Vol.27, Iss.2, Speical Issue: Data Yearbook, pp.250-325.
  • McCulloch, Allison. (2012). 'Does Moderation Pay? Centripetalism in Deeply Divided Societies', Ethnopolitics: Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics, 2012, iFirst, pp.1–22.
  • McGrattan, Cillian. (2012). 'Spectres of History: Nationalist Party Politics and Truth Recovery in Northern Ireland', Political Studies, Vol.60, Iss.2, pp.455–473.
  • McGuinness, Samuel J. (2012). 'Education Policy in Northern Ireland: a Review', Italian Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol.10, No.1, pp.205-237.
  • McKeown, Shelly., and Cairns, Ed. (2012). 'Peacemaking youth programmes in Northern Ireland', Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, Vol.4, Iss.2, pp.69-75.
  • Mitchell, Audra., and Templer, Sara. (2012). 'Paramilitaries, Peace Processes and the Dilemma of Protection: The Ulster Defence Association's Role in 'Keeping a Lid on Loyalism'', The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, pp.1-19.
  • Nagle, John. (2012). '‘Unity in Diversity’: Non-sectarian Social Movement Challenges to the Politics of Ethnic Antagonism in Violently Divided Cities', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
  • Patterson, Henry. (2012). 'The Border Security Problem and Anglo-Irish Relations 1970–1973', Contemporary British History, Vol.26, Iss.2, pp.231-251.
  • Pinkerton, Patrick. (2012). 'Resisting Memory: The Politics of Memorialisation in Post-conflict Northern Ireland', The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol.14, Iss.1, pp.131-152.
  • Price, B.C. (2012). 'Targeting Top Terrorists: How Leadership Decapitation Contributes to Counterterrorism', International Security, Spring 2012, Vol. 6, No.4, pp.9-46.
  • Rolston, Bill. (2012). 'Re-imaging: Mural painting and the state in Northern Ireland', International Journal of Cultural Studies, 0(0), pp.1-20.
  • Simpson, Kirk. (2012). 'Political strategies of engagement: Unionists and dealing with the past in Northern Ireland', British Politics, (advance access version; viewed 8 October 2012).
  • Taylor, Laura K., et al. (2012). 'Risk and resilience: The moderating role of social coping for maternal mental health in a setting of political conflict', International Journal of Psychology, pp.1-13.
  • Wilson, John., and Hay, Martin. (2012). 'Internal media, conceptual metaphors and minority cultural identities', Ethnicities, 0(0), pp.1-19.

Citations in 17 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Bernhardt, Abigail. (2012). The Freedom to be Catholic: The struggle to control the historical memory of the Civil Rights Movement in Northern Ireland, 1968-69. Thesis, Master of Arts, The Graduate Faculty of The University of Akron, (August 2012). Abigail Lynn.pdf?akron1342036094
  • Byrne, Jonny., and Topping, John. (2012). Community Safety: A Decade of Development, Delivery, Change and Challenge in Northern Ireland. A research report for Belfast Conflict Resolution Consortium (BCRC). pp.103. Belfast: BCRC.
  • Darling, Justine. (2012). Restorative Justice: A Tool in Rebuilding Post-Conflict Northern Ireland. Paper presented to, Conflict Reconciliation Symposium, 'Conflict, Memory, and Reconciliation: Bridging Past, Present, and Future', January 10-13 2012, KLgall, Rwanda.
  • Delisle, Claire E. (2012). Leading to Peace: Prisoner Resistance and Leadership Development in the IRA and Sinn Fein. Thesis, Ph.D. degree in Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ottawa.
  • Ferguson, Neil T.N. (2012). 'A Duration Analysis of Terrorist Strategy inDomestic Conflict: Evidence from Northern Ireland 1971 - 1994'. Economics of Security Working Paper 68, Berlin: Economics of Security.
  • Foster, Hallie. (2012). License and Limitation of Republican and Loyalist Wall Paintings in Northern Ireland. June 2012. Thesis, Undergraduate, The Ohio State University.
  • Hall, Michael. (2012). 'Republicanism in Transition', CRC e-Bulletin, Iss.37, April 2012, pp.1. 2012.pdf
  • Hays, R. Allen. (2012). 'Policing in Northern Ireland: Community Control, Community Policing, and the Search for Legitimacy', Urban Affairs Review, XX(X), pp1-36.
  • Hruby, Jiri. (2012). Vliv devoluce na stranický systém Velké Británie - prípadová studie Skotska, Walesu a Severního Irska. Fakulta Socialnich Studii, Masarykova Univerzita.
  • Hussey, Meghan M. (2012). The IRA's Hunger Game: Game Theory, Political Bargaining and the Management of the 1980-1981 Hunger Strikes in Northern Ireland. Thesis, Undergraduate, Senior Honors Thesis in Political Science, The University of Pennsylvania.
  • Kundnani, Arun. (2012). Blind Spot? Security Narratives and Far-Right Violence in Europe. ICCT Research Paper, June 2012. International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague.
  • n.a. (2012). 'Policy Update', CRC e-Bulletin, Iss.35, February 2012, pp.5-7.
  • Onchari, Dennis Obiero. (2012). The Role of Community Centres in Conflict Resolution: A Case Study of Asukastalo Centre in East Pasila. Thesis, Bachelor of Social Services, Diaconia University of Applied sciences.
  • Sun, Shengwei. (2012). Civil Society, the State, and Transnational Feminism: A Case Study of Women's Organizing in Contemporary China. Bachelor of Arts. Scripps Senior Theses. Paper 69. Scripps College.
  • Templer, Sara. (2012). A reflection on dilemmas of duty: Some challenges in developing policy for victims and survivors. Ph.D. candidate, Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast.
  • Trademark. (2012). Sectarianism in the Workplace: Research on Sectarianism in the Private Sector Workplace. Report prepared by Trademark ICTU Anti-sectarian Unit, May 2012.
  • Urwin, Margaret. (2012). Counter-Gangs: A history of undercover military units in Northern Ireland 1971-1976, (November 2012). Glasgow: SpinWatch.
  • Van Um, Eric. (2012). Why Militant Groups Fight Each Other: The Role of Support, Political Objectives and Revenge. April 2012. Economics of Security Working Paper 64. Berlin: Economics of Security.



2011 [DRAFT List]

Citations in 2 Books:

  • Frampton, Martyn. (2011). Legion of the Rearguard: Dissident Irish Republicanism. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
  • Greco Morasso, Sara. (2011). Argumentation in dispute mediation: a reasonable way to handle conflict. Philadelphia: John Benjamins North America.

Citations in 18 Book Chapters:

  • Aktoprak, Elcin. (2011). 'Citizenship and National Identity: A Comparative Analysis', Chapter 2 in, Donmez, Rasim Ozgur., and Enneli, Pinar. (eds) (2011). Societal Peace and Ideal Citizenship for Turkey. Plymouth: Lexington Books.
  • Austin, Beatrix. (2011). 'Training for Conflict Transformation - An Overview of Approaches', Chapter in, B. Austin, M. Fischer, H.J. Giessmann (eds.) 2011. Advancing Conflict Transformation. The Berghof Handbook II. Opladen/Framington Hills: Barbara Budrich Publishers.
  • Bosi, Lorenzo. (2011). 'From "British Rights for British Citizens" to "British Out": Dynamic Social Movement Development in the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement, 1960s to 1972', Chapter 7 in, Kouki, Hara., and Romanos, Eduardo. (eds) (2011). Protest Beyond Borders: Contentious Politics in Europe Since 1945. Berghahn Books.
  • Brown, Kris. (2011). 'Rights and Victims, martyrs and memories: the European Court of Human Rights and political transition in Northern Ireland', Chapter 3 in, Buyse, Antoine., and Hamilton, Michael. (eds) (2011). Transitional Jurisprudence and the ECHR: Justice, Politics and Rights. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Filardo-Llamas, L. (2011). ‘Discourse worlds in Northern Ireland: The legitimization of the 1998 Agreement’, Chapter 5 in, Hayward, Katy., and O’Donnell, Catherine. (2011). Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating peace in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge (Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution).
  • Fitzduff, Mari. (2011). 'Just Enough to Hate - Not Enough to Love: Religious Leaders in Northern Ireland', Chapter 8 in, Sisk, Timothy D. (2011). Between Terror and Tolerance: Religious Leaders, Conflict, and Peacemaking. Washington: Georgetown University Press.
  • Hartnett, Alexandra. (2011). 'Aestheticized Geographies of Conflict: The Politicization of Culture and the Culture of Politics in Belfast's Mural Tradition', Chapter 3 (pp.69-107) in, Silverman, Helaine. (ed) (2011). Contested Cultural Heritage: Religion, Nationalism, Erasure, and Exclusion in a Global World. New York: Springer.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2011). 'Introduction: political discourse and conflict resolution', Chapter 1 in, Hayward, Katy., and O’Donnell, Catherine. (2011). Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating peace in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge (Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution).
  • Hill, Myrtle., and Hansen, Nancy. (2011). 'Disability and Conflict: Untold Stories form the North of Ireland', Chapter 6 in, Matyók, Thomas., Senehi, Jessica., and Byrne, Sean. (eds) (2011). Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield Education.
  • Nash, Seamus. (2011). 'The effects of an Irish heritage', Chapter 23 in, Lago, Colin. (ed) (2011). The Handbook of Transcultural Counselling & Psychotherapy. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • O’Donnell, Catherine. (2011). 'Finding Consensus: Political discourse in the Republic of Ireland on the Troubles and peace process', Chapter 3, in, Hayward, Katy., and O’Donnell, Catherine. (2011). Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating peace in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge (Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution.
  • Power, Maria. (2011). 'Introduction: Peacebuilding in Northern Ireland', Chapter1 in, Power, Maria. (ed) (2011). Building Peace in Northern Ireland. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
  • Purbrick, Louise. (2011). 'The Last Murals of Long Kesh: Fragments of Political Imprisonment at the Maze Prison, Northern Ireland', Chapter 15 in, Myers, Adrian., and Moshenska, Gabriel. (2011). Archaeologies of Internment. New York: Springer.
  • Shirlow, Peter., Tonge, Jonathan., and McAuley, James W. (2011). ‘Continuity and change in the discourse of republican former prisoners’, Chapter 9 in, Hayward, Katy., and O’Donnell, Catherine. (2011). Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating peace in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge (Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution.
  • Walker, Clive. (2011). 'The Paradox of Global Terrorism and Community-Based Security Policing', Chapter 11 in, Henham, Ralph., and Findlay, Mark. (eds) (2011). Exploring the Boundaries of International Criminal Justice. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
  • Whiteford, Gail E., and Pereira, Robert B. (2011). 'Occupation, inclusion and participation', Chapter 13 in, Whiteford, Gail E., and Hocking, Clare. (2011). Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Williams, Malcolm., and Sutton, Carole. (2011). 'Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Teaching in Quantitative Methods', Chapter 5 in, Payne, Geoff., and Williams, Malcolm. (eds) (2011). Teaching Quantitative Methods: Getting the Basics Right. London: Sage Publications Ltd.
  • Wright, Terence. (2011). 'Press Photography and Visual Rhetoric', Chapter 17 in, Margolis, Eric., and Pauwels, Luc. (eds) (July 2011). The Sage Handbook of Visual Research Methods. London: Sage Publications Ltd.

Citations in 38 Journal Articles :

  • Aughey, Arthur., and Gormley-Heenan, Cathy. (2011). 'The Anglo-Irish Agreement: 25 Years On', The Political Quarterly, Vol.82, Iss.3, pp.389–397.
  • Bell, Liam M. (2011). 'Form and Content: A Rationale for a Fractured Narrative', New Writing, Vol.8, Issue 2, pp.132-142.
  • Bryan, Dominic. (2011). 'Des droits civils au carnaval: anthropologie de l'espace public à Belfast', Ethnologie française, Vol.41, pp.289-300.
  • Cadorini, Giorgio. (2011). 'Univerzity, etymologie, spolecnost (akciová?) [Universities, etymology, society (Co. Ltd.?)]', PHILOLOGICA.NET (An Online Journal of Modern Philology), (20 June 2011).
  • Carstaphen, Nike., Avruch, Kevin., and Collins, Laurel. (2011). 'Peace through Economic Opportunity, Cross-Cultural Understanding and Public-Private Partnership: A Case Study of the Irish Peace Process Cultural Training Programme', Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, Vol.6, No.2, pp.73-87(15).
  • de Londras, Fiona. (2011). 'Can Counter-Terrorist Internment Ever be Legitimate?', Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.33, No.3, August 2011, pp.593-619.
  • Dudai, Ron. (2011). 'Closing the gap: symbolic reparations and armed groups', International Review of the Red Cross, Vol.93, No.883, September 2011, pp.783-808.
  • Edwards, Aaron. (2011). 'Deterrence, coercion and brute force in asymmetric conflict: The role of the military instrument in resolving the Northern Ireland “Troubles”', Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: Pathways toward terrorism and genocide, Vol.4, Iss.3, (Special Issue: Northern Ireland). pp.226-241.
  • Edwards, Aaron. (2011). 'When Terrorism as Strategy Fails: Dissident Irish Republicans and the Threat to British Security', Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Vol.34, Iss.4, pp.318-336.
  • Edwards, Aaron., and McGrattan, Cillian. (2011). 'Terroristic Narratives: On the (Re) Invention of Peace in Northern Ireland', Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.23, Iss.3, pp.357-376.
  • Fisher, Kathryn. (2011). 'Terrorist Threat Construction and the Transition to Permanent British Counterterrorism Law', Journal of Terrorism Research, Vol.2, Iss.3, (Law Special Edition), pp.9-23.
  • Flaherty, Martin S. (2011). 'Judicial Foreign Relations Authority After 9/11', New York Law School Law Review, Vol.56, pp.119-?
  • Gordon, Amanda. (2011). 'Note, The Constitutional Choices Afforded to a Prisoner on Hunger Strike: Guantanamo', Santa Clara Journal of International Law, Vol.9, Iss.2, pp.345-374.
  • Gilligan, Chris., Hainsworth, Paul., and McGarry, Aidan. (2011). 'Fractures, Foreigners and Fitting In: Exploring Attitudes towards Immigration and Integration in ‘Post-Conflict' Northern Ireland', Ethnopolitics, 10:2, pp.253-269
  • Hayward, Katy. (2011). 'Convergence/Divergence: Party political discourse in Northern Ireland's transition from conflict', Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: Pathways toward terrorism and genocide, Vol.4, Iss.3, (Special Issue: Northern Ireland), pp.196-213.
  • Kaufmann, Eric. (2011). 'Demographic Change and Conflict in Northern Ireland: Reconciling Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence', Ethnopolitics: Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics, Vol.10, Iss.3-4, pp.369-389.
  • Leonard, Madeleine., and McKnight, Martina. (2011). 'Bringing down the walls: young people's perspectives on peace-walls in Belfast', International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol.31 Iss.9/10, pp.569-582.
  • Liston, Vanessa., and O'Leary, Eimear. (2011). 'Northern Ireland 2010', Irish Political Studies, 26:2, pp.201-263.
  • McAtackney, Laura. (2011). 'Peace maintenance and political messages: The significance of walls during and after the Northern Irish 'Troubles', Journal of Social Archaeology, 11(1), pp.77–98.
  • McDowell, Sara., and Switzer, Catherine. (2011). Violence and the Vernacular: Conflict, Commemoration, and Rebuilding in the Urban Context', Buildings & Landscapes: Journal of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, Vol.18, No.2, (Fall 2011), pp.82-104.
  • McEvoy, Joanne. (2011). 'Managing culture in post-conflict societies', Contemporary Social Science, Vol.6, Iss.1, pp.55-71.
  • McGovern, Mark. (2011). 'The Dilemma of Democracy: Collusion and the State of Exception', Studies in Social Justice, Vol.5, Iss.2, pp.213-230.
  • McGrattan, Cillian. (2011). 'The Northern Ireland Westminster Election, 2010', Irish Political Studies, 26:2, pp.265-275.
  • McKeogh, Colm. (2011). 'Are the citizens of a democracy a just target for terrorists?', Political Studies Association, Vol.26, No.4, pp.579–592, December 2011.
  • Moltmann, Bernhard. (2011). 'Friedensprozesse: Im Krieg mit dem Frieden beginnen Das Beispiel von Nordirland', Konfliktregelung und Friedensstrategien, 2011, Teil I, pp.163-182.
  • Monaghan, Rachel., and Shirlow, Peter. (2011). 'Forward to the Past? Loyalist Paramilitarism in Northern Ireland Since 1994', Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Vol.34, Issue 8, 21 July 2011, pp.649-665.
  • O'Boyle, G. (2011). 'Bombings to Ballots: The Evolution of the Irish Republican Movement's Conceptualisation of Democracy', Irish Political Studies, Vol.26, Iss.4, pp.593-606.
  • Oler, Adam. (2011). 'An Islamic Way of War?', JFQ, Issue 61, 2nd quarter, pp.81-88.
  • Orbons, Sjef. (2011). 'Non-lethal weapons: peace enablers or troublesome force? Assessing the role of CS and baton rounds in the Northern Ireland conflict', Small Wars and Insurgencies, Vol.22, Iss.3, pp.467-494.
  • Potzsch, Holger. (2011). 'Renegotiating difficult pasts: Two documentary dramas on Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972', Memory Studies, pp.1-17.
  • Reed, Richard. (2011). 'Blood, Thunder and Rosettes: The Multiple Personalities of Paramilitary Loyalism between 1971 and 1988', Irish Political Studies, 26:1, pp.45-71.
  • Setty, Sudha. (2011). 'What's in a Name? How Nations Define Terrorism Ten Years after 9/11', University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, Vol.33, No.1, pp.?
  • Schubotz, Dirk, Melaugh, Martin., and McLoughlin, Peter. (2011). 'Archiving Qualitative Data in the Context of a Society Coming out of Conflict: Some Lessons from Northern Ireland', Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, (Sept 2011), Vol.12, No.3.
  • Smith, Alan. (2011). 'A response to Jad’s article, ‘The post-Oslo Palestine and gendering Palestinian citizenship’', Ethnicities, Vol.11, No.3, pp.378-382.
  • Somerville, I., and Purcell, A. (2011). 'A history of Republican public relations in Northern Ireland from “Bloody Sunday” to the Good Friday Agreement', Journal of Communication Management, Vol.15, Iss.3, pp.192-209, Special Edition on PR History (Guest Ed. Prof. Tom Watson),.
  • Sterrett, Ken., Hackett, Mark., and Hill, Declan. (2011). 'Agitating for a design and regeneration agenda in a post-conflict city: the case of Belfast', The Journal of Architecture, 16:1, pp.99-119.
  • Waxman, Dov. (2011). 'Living with terror, not Living in Terror: The Impact of Chronic Terrorism on Israeli Society', Perspectives on Terrorism, Vol.5, No.5-6, pp.4-26.
  • Zeldin, Shepherd., Wilson, Derick., and Collura, Jessica. (2011). 'Creating Restorative and Intergenerational Cultures for Youth: Insights From Northern Ireland and the United States', Youth Society, 43(2): pp.401-413.

Citations in 38 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Aguiar, Laura. (2011). The Unfinished Past and The Walls: Forming the Cultural Memory of the Northern Irish Conflict Through Murals. A thesis submitted for the Degree of Master in Media and Communication Studies, at the Department of Journalism, Media and Communication, Stockholm University, (30 May 2011).
  • Akanji, Israel Adelani. (2011). Towards a theology of conflict transformation: a study of religious conflict in contemporary Nigerian society. Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy, School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh.
  • Bacic, Roberta. (2011). Stitching Peace: An Exhibition of Arpilleras and Quilts, (17-25 May 2011), (Exhibition Catalogue in English/French), [PDF; 1849KB]. Geneva: World Council of Churches.
  • Bacic, Roberta. (2011). Arpilleras da resistencia politica chilena / de la resistencia politica chilena, 30 de Julio 2011, Catalogue (in Portuguese and Spanish), [PDF; 4796KB].
  • Baumann, Marcel M., and Kobler, Reinhart. (2011). Contested "Amnesias": Remembering, Forgetting or "Non-Addressing"? The “Victim-Perpetrator-Formula” and the Normative Dimension of Dealing with the Past. Paper presentat at the 6th ECPR General Conference, University of Iceland, 25th – 27th August 2011.
  • Bilandzic, Mirko. (2011). Terrorismus. Theorien und theoretische Perspektiven.
  • Bockova, Zuzana. (2011). Exploring Northern Ireland Identity. Thesis, Bachelor, Faculty of Humanities, Tomas Bata University in Zlín.
  • Boer, Roos., Schuurman, Bart., and Struyk, Miriam. (2011). Protecting civilians from explosive violence: 1 Defining the humanitarian problem. The Netherlands: IKV Pax Christi.
  • Busthomy, Achmad. (2011). Conflict Resolution in Northern Ireland: The Establishing of Good Friday Agreement. Thesis, Master, Graduate Institute of European Studies, Social and Political Science Faculty, Nan Hua University, Taiwan.
  • Chaves, Maria Ines. (2011). Em Nome Pai: A criacao artistica como parte do discurso historico da Irlanda. 29 November 2011. Curitiba. Ines.pdf
  • Cotter, L.Á. (2011). Curating, culture capital and symbolic power: representations of Irish art in London, 1950-2010. A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Amsterdam, (18 January 2011).
  • de la Cal Barredo, Luz., and de la Fuente Lavin, Mikel. (2011). 'Algunos interrogantes en torno a los programas de inclusión activa como estrategia de lucha contra la pobreza y la exclusión social', Inicio, No.22, pp.45-87.
  • Dennedy, Sara. (2011). The Trouble with Peace: The European Union Programme for Peace and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the Border Region of Ireland. Thesis, Master, Faculty of Humanities, Utrecht University. PDF.pdf
  • Devine, Paula., and Schubotz, Dirk. (2011). Here and There: Experiences and Attitudes to Segregation among Urban Teenagers in Northern Ireland. Paper Presented at Conference: Urban Conflicts – Ethno-National Divisions, States And Cities, 19 – 21 May 2011, Queen’s University Belfast.
  • Ghosn, Faten., and Sciabara, Christina. (2011). Are Needs Negotiable? The Role of Participation, Security and Recognition in Keeping the Peace after Civil Wars End. School of Government and Public Policy, University of Arizona.
  • Heatley, A. (2011). 'Diplomatic Protection of Northern Irish Residents by the Republic of Ireland in Reliance Upon the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act, 1956', paper
  • Higgins, V. (2011). Introductory guide to using the large-scale government surveys for health research, (Version 2.0; September 2011). ESDS Guide (Economic and Social Data Service).
  • Howe, Stephen. (2011). 'Memory and History in Northern Ireland', (Book Reviews), History Workshop Journal, Vol.71, Iss.1, pp.219-231.
  • Hughes, James. (2011). State Violence in the Origins of Nationalism: The British Reinvention of Irish Nationalism 1969-1972. Paper for the Nationalism and War Workshop, McGill University, Montreal, March 24-26, 2011.
  • Kelleher, Luke., and Melaugh, Martin. (2011). Visualising the Conflict: Immersion in the Landscape of Victims and Commemoration in Northern Ireland, (21 May 2011). Paper Presented at Conference: Urban Conflicts – Ethno-National Divisions, States And Cities, 19 – 21 May 2011, Queen’s University Belfast.
  • Knobel, Ariel Heifetz. (2011). 'A Paradoxical Peace in Northern Ireland', PRAXIS The Fletcher Journal of Human Security, Vol.XXVI, pp.89-96.
  • Kyriakou, Nikolas, and Kaya, Nurcan. (2011). Minority rights: Solutions to the Cyprus conflict. London: Minority Rights Group International.
  • Loyle, Cyanne E. (2011). Regimes of Truth: The Microfoundations of Post-Conflict Justice. Dissertation, Doctor of Philosophy, Government and Politics, University of Maryland.
  • Lynch, J. (2011). ''Of Boundaries Traversed': Deconstructing Ethnonationalist Identity and Ethnic Spaces in Northern Ireland', paper
  • Mahon, Peter. (2011). 'Bernard MacLaverty', (Book Review), Irish Studies Review, Vol.19, Iss.1, (Special Issue: Screening the Irish in Britain), pp.130-132.
  • Marklew, Naomi. (2011). Northern Irish Elegy. Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy, Department of English Studies, Durham University.
  • McGrellis, Sheena. (2011). Growing up in Northern Ireland. (November 2011), Report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.[1].pdf
  • Metcalf, Wilma. (2011). Still Separate and Still Unequal: Community Relations' Policy in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland. ISP Collection. Paper 1221.
  • Moore, David S. (2011). 'Bloody Sunday and the Saville Inquiry', pp.95-101 in, Handley, Fiona., McNab, Nichole., and Gubby, Laura. (2011). Alfred - An undergraduate student journal - Volume 3. The University of Winchester.
  • Pliske, Sascha. (2011). Anarchy in the UK: Die Punkbewegung der Siebziger Jahre. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • LaFond, Marie-Helene. (2011). Le Désarmement Dr L'irish Republican Army: De La Lutte Paramilitaire À La Lutte Politique. Universite Du Qubec A Montreal.
  • Sawyer, Andrew. (2011). National Museums in Northern Ireland. Paper presented at, Building National Museums in Europe 1750-2010. Conference proceedings from EuNaMus, European National Museums: Identity Politics, the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen, Bologna 28-30 April 2011.
  • Schubotz, Dirk., and Devine, Paula. (2011). Segregation Preferences of 16-year Olds in Northern Ireland. What Difference Does Urban Living Make?, Conflict in Cities and the Contested State, Electronic Working Papers Series, Working Paper No.22.
  • Smyth, Lisa., and McKnight, Martina. (2011). 'Class, Gender and Ethno-Nationality in Post-Conflict Belfast: Everyday Life and the Possibility of Civility', (unpublished paper)
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  • Stolk, Sofia. (2011). A Bounded Legacy: family relations and the transmission of violent attitudes and behaviour in the Fountain enclave in Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Thesis, Master of Arts in Conflict Studies and Human Rights, Utrecht University.
  • Todd, Jenifer. (2011). Elite Intent, Public Reaction and Institutional Change. IBIS Discussion Paper No.9. Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College Dublin, and the Institute of Governance, Queen’s University Belfast. Belfast: QUB. 9.pdf
  • White, Beatrice. (2011). The Writing on the Wall: The Significance of Murals in the Northern Ireland Conflict, in, Jong, Janny de., Megens, Ine., and Waal, Margriet van der (eds). (2011). Walking the Tightrope: Europe between Europeanisation and Globalisation. Selected papers presented at the European Studies Intensive programme 2010, University of Groningen.
  • Wiepking, Ruairi. (2011). 'The Path to Peace: Conflict Theory and Northern Ireland’s Troubles (1968-1998)', (Paper 13), Theses, Master of Arts in International Studies, International Studies, University of San Francisco.


2010 [DRAFT List]

Citations in 13 Books:

  • Connolly, Sheelah., Bevan, Gwyn., and Mays, Nicholas. (2010). Funding and Performance of Healthcare System in the Four Countries of the UK Before and After Devolution. London: The Nuffield Trust.
  • Cooper, David. (2010). The Musical Traditions of Northern Ireland and Its Diaspora: Community and Conflict. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
  • Corrigan, Karen P. (2010). Dialects of English. Irish English, Vol.1 – Northern Ireland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press Ltd.
  • Craig, Anthony. (2010). Crisis of Confidence: Anglo-Irish Relations in the Early Troubles. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
  • Doyle, John. (ed.) (2010). Policing the Narrow Ground: Lessons from the transformation of policing in Northern Ireland. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy.
  • Dickson, Brice. (2010). The European Convention on Human Rights and the Conflict in Northern Ireland. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Greiner, Allyson. (2010 Forthcoming). Visualizing Human Geography [Tentative Title]. John Wiley & Sons, Inc [Estimated publication date 15 September 2010].
  • Grunert, Andrea. (Ed.) (2010). L'écran des frontiéres, CinémAction, (November 2010). Condé-sur-Noireau: Editions Charles Corlet.
  • Hanley, Brian. (2010). The IRA: A Documentary History 1916-25. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan.
  • Keenan-Thomson, Tara. (2010). Irish Women and Street Politics 1956-1973: 'This could be contagious'. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
  • McLaughlin, Cahal. (2010). Recording Memories from Political Violence: A Film-maker's Journey. Bristol: Intellect – The University of Chicago Press.
  • Urban, Eva. (2010). Community Politics and the Peace Process in Contemporary Northern Irish Drama. Bern: Peter Lang AG.
  • Williams, Benjamin. (2010). The Northern Ireland Peace Process and the International Context. Dartford: Pneuma Springs Publishing.

Citations in 7 Book Chapters:

  • Beirne, Maggie., and O’Brien, Martin. (2010). ‘The Perception of Policing Change from the Perspective of Human-Rights Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOS)’, Chapter 11 (pp.145-164) in, Doyle, John. (ed.) Policing the Narrow Ground: Lessons from the Transformation of Policing in Northern Ireland. Dublin: RIA Royal Irish Academy.
  • Benson, Ciarán. (2010). ‘From Dr. No to Dr. Yes Positioning Theory and Dr. Ian Paisley's Endgame’, Chapter 9 in, Moghaddam, Fathali., Harré, Rom. (eds) (2010). Endgame - Words of Conflict, Words of War, How the Language We Use in Political Processes Sparks Fighting. Santa Barbara: Praeger.
  • Doyle, John. (2010). ‘The politics of the transformation of policing’, Chapter (pp.167-211) in, Doyle, John. (ed.) Policing the Narrow Ground: Lessons from the Transformation of Policing in Northern Ireland. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Ellison, Graham. (2010). ‘Police Community Relations in Northern Ireland in the Post-Patten Era: Towards an Ecological Analysis’, Chapter 14; pp.242-276 in, Doyle, John. (ed.) Policing the Narrow Ground: Lessons from the Transformation of Policing in Northern Ireland. Dublin: RIA Royal Irish Academy.
  • Guelke, A. (2010). 'Northern Ireland: communal division and the embedding of paramilitary networks', Chapter 3 (pp.41-62) in, Jones, David Martin., Lane, Ann., and Schulte, Paul. (2010). Terrorism, Security and the Power of Informal Networks. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
  • McGarry, John. (2010). 'Asymmetric Autonomy in the United Kingdom', Chapter 6 in, Weller, Marc., and Nobbs, Katherine. (eds) (2010). Asymmetric Autonomy and the Settlement of Ethnic Conflicts. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Ryder, Chris. (2010). The News Media and the Northern Ireland Conflict, Chapter 2 (pp.35-50) in, ...

Citations in 36 Journal Articles :

  • Blatz, C. W. and Philpot, C. (2010). 'On the Outcomes of Intergroup Apologies: A Review', Social and Personality Psychology Compass, Vol.4, pp.995–1007.
  • Cauvet, Philippe. (2010). 'La question frontalière et les relations Irlande-Irlande du Nord: de la partition à une Irlande postnationale?', Hérodote: Géopolitique Des Iles Britanniques, No.137, February 2010, pp.18-34.
    DOI : 10.3917/her.137.0018
  • Cole, David D. (2010). ‘The Sacrificial Yoo: Accounting for Torture in the OPR Report (December 7, 2010)’, Journal of National Security Law and Policy, Vol.4, p.455, 2010; Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 10-73.
  • Craig, Elizabeth. (2010). 'From soft to hard law? Culture, identity, and language issues within the Northern Ireland Bill of Rights process', Focaal, Vol.2010, No.56, Spring 2010, pp.35-48(14).
  • Crooke, Elizabeth. (2010). 'The politics of community heritage: motivations, authority and control', International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol.16, No.1, pp.16-29.
  • Curtis, Jennifer. (2010). “Profoundly Ungrateful”: The Paradoxes of Thatcherism in Northern Ireland, PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Vol.33, Issue 2, pp.201–224, November 2010.
  • Edwards, Aaron. (2010). ‘The Progressive Unionist Party of Northern Ireland: A Left-Wing Voice in an Ethnically Divided Society’, The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, Vol.12, Issue 4, pp.590–614, November 2010.
  • Edwards, Jennifer., and Knottnerus, J. David. (2010). 'The Orange Order: Parades, Other Rituals, and Their Outcomes', Sociological Focus, Vol.43, No.1, Feb 2010, pp.1-23.
  • Egan, Suzanne., and Murray, Rachel. (2010). Casting a Cold Eye on the Origins and Development of an All-Island Charter of Rights’, Fordham International Law Journal, December 2010, Vol.34, pp.78-.
  • Feniger, Yariv. (2010). ‘Risk Groups in Exposure to Terror: The Case of Israel's Citizens’, Social Forces, Vol.88, No.3, pp.1451-1462.
  • Ferguson, Neil., Burgess, Mark., and Hollywood, Ian. (2010). ‘Who are the Victims? Victimhood Experiences in Postagreement Northern Ireland’, Political Psychology, Vol.31, Iss.6, December 2010, pp.857–886.
  • Ganderup, Sarah. (2010). ‘How White Was the Wash?: Bloody Sunday, 1972, and Memory in the Creation of the Widgery Report’, Voces Novae: Chapman University Historical Review, Vol.2, No.1.
  • Hays, R. Allen. (2010). ‘The Evolution of Citizenship in a Divided Urban Community: Local Citizen Engagement in Belfast, Northern Ireland’, Urban Affairs Review, January 2010, Vol.45, No.3, pp.336-376.
  • Horgan, John., and Braddock, Kurt. (2010). ‘Rehabilitating the Terrorists?: Challenges in Assessing the Effectiveness of De-radicalization Programs’, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.22, Issue 2, pp.267-291.
  • Jacobs, Lisa Miriam. (2010). ‘It's Time to Leave the Troubles Behind: Northern Ireland Must Try Paramilitary Suspects by Jury Rather Than in Diplock-type Courts’, Texas International Law Journal, Vol.45, Spring 2010, pp.655-.
  • Lamb, Michele. (2010). ‘Loyalty and human rights: liminality and social action in a divided society’, The International Journal of Human Rights, Vol.14, Iss.6, pp.994-1012, (Special Issue: Sociology and Human Rights: New Engagements)
  • Lampinen, Simo. (2010). Coaching- and guiding guide for 6 to 12-year-old juniors: coaching strategy for juniors’ coaches in Kouvolan Sudet ry, (6–12-vuotiaiden junioreiden valmennus- ja ohjausopas: valmennusstrategia Kouvolan Sudet ry:n jalkapallojunioreiden valmentajille). Thesis, Bachelor, Degree Programme in Sports and Leisure, Lahti University of Applied Sciences.
  • Lanz, Christian. (2010). Der Nordirlandkonflikt: Lehren für die Raumsicherung der Schweizer Armee?, Military Power Revue der Schweizer Armee, No.1, 2010, pp.40-49.
  • Liston, Vanessa. (2010). 'Northern Ireland 2009', Irish Political Studies, Vol.25, No.2, pp.227-287.
  • Lundy, Patricia. (2010). ‘Commissioning the past in Northern Ireland’, Review of International Affairs, 2010, Vol.61, br. 1138-1139, str. 101-133
  • Mc Guckin, Conor., Cummins, Pauline K., and Lewis, Christopher Alan. (2010). ‘f2f and cyberbullying among children in Northern Ireland: Data from the Kids Life and Times Surveys’, Psychology, Society, & Education, Vol.2, No.2, pp.83-96.
  • McGonagle, Declan. (2010). 'A shout in the street', Wasafiri, Vol.25, No.2, pp.46-54
  • McGrattan, Cillian. (2010). 'Explaining Northern Ireland? The limitations of the ethnic conflict model', National Identities, Vol.12, No.2, pp.181-197.
  • Megret, Frederic. (2010). ‘Of Shrines, Memorials and Museums: Using the International Criminal Court's Victim Reparation and Assistance Regime to Promote Transitional Justice’, Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, Vol.16, No.1.
  • Moran, Jon. (2010). 'Evaluating Special Branch and the Use of Informant Intelligence in Northern Ireland', Intelligence and National Security, Vol.25, No.1, pp.1-23.
  • Mitchell, David. (2010). ‘Conditions for Peace in Northern Ireland and Israel–Palestine’, Peace Review, Vol.22, Iss.3, pp.280-287.
  • Mitchell, David. (2010). ‘Sticking to Their Guns? The Politics of Arms Decommissioning in Northern Ireland, 1998–2007’, Contemporary British History, Vol.24, Iss.3, pp.341-361.
  • Murphy, Mary C. (2010). 'The European Union and 'Normal' Politics in Northern Ireland', European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics, Vol.?, No.?, pp.173-195(23).
  • Nagle, John. (2010). ‘Between Trauma and Healing: Tourism and Neoliberal Peace-Building in Divided Societies’, Journeys, Vol.11, No.1, Summer 2010, pp.29-49(21).
  • Ní Cheallacháin, Orla. (2010). 'Northern Ireland and Israel-Palestine: Spoilers and the Politics of Inclusion. A comparative analysis of peace processes', Politikon (The IAPSS Journal of Political Science), Vol.16, No.1, October 2010: pp.50-65. - 16.1 Oct 2010.pdf
  • Phelan, Mark. (2010). ‘(Un)settlement: political parody and the Northern Irish peace process’, Revista Ilha do Desterro (A Journal of English Language, Literatures in English and Cultural Studies), No.58, Jan/Jun. 2010, p.191-215.
  • Rooks, Matthew Grigg. (2010). ‘Toward A United Ireland? The Northern Ireland Peace Process and the Devolution of Powers from London to Belfast’, Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, Fall 2010, Vol.39, pp.241-.
  • Setty, Sudha. (2010). ‘Comparative Perspectives on Specialized Trials for Terrorism’, Maine Law Review, Vol.63, No.1, pp.131-174.
  • Shea, Margo. (2010). ‘Whatever you say, say something: remembering for the future in Northern Ireland’, International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol.16, Issue 4-5, pp.289-304. (Special Issue: Heritage and Practices of Public Formation)
  • Sloan, Barry. (2010). ‘Each neighbourly murder’ Lost Lives and the challenge of commemorating the victims of the Northern Ireland troubles’, European Journal of English Studies, Vol.14, Issue 1, pp.49-62.  Special Issue: Beyond Trauma: The Uses of the Past in XXIst Century Europe.
  • Williamson, Daniel C. (2010). ‘Moderation under Fire: the Arms Trial Crisis, the Lower Falls Road Curfew and Anglo-Irish Cooperation on Northern Ireland’, Irish Studies in International Affairs, Vol.21, pp.197-206.
    DOI:  10.3318/ISIA.2010.21.197

Citations in 44 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Bailey, Kathryn. (2010). Indicators and Warnings for Internal Terrorism in Western Europe. General University Honors Capstone.
  • Berger, Michael Andrew. (2010). How resisting democracies can defeat substate terrorism : formulating a theoretical framework for strategic coercion against nationalistic substate terrorist organizations. Thesis, University of St Andrews, June 2010.
  • Bracken, Seán., Hagan, Martin., O’Toole, Barbara., Quinn, Frank., and Ryan, Anne. (2010). English as an additional language in undergraduate teacher education programmes in Ireland: A report on provision in two teacher education colleges. Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS).
  • Debraggio, Joseph Michael. (2010). ‘Implementing The Good Friday Agreement: Overcoming Challenges and Obstacles’. Honor’s Theses. Paper 25, Bucknell University.
  • Erwa, Valerie. (2010) "They haven't gone away, you know?" Northern Ireland After the Peace Agreement in 1998. Diplomarbeit, Universität Wien. Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften BetreuerIn: Zips, Werner.
  • Filho, Eloy Alves., and Salcides, Arlete Maria Feijó. (2010). Is it possible to be happy after imposed migration? Resettlers of the President JK Power Plant, Brazil / É possível ser feliz após uma migração forçada? os reassentados da Hidrelétrica Presidente JK, Brasil.
  • Gibbs, Stephen. (2010). Applying the Theory and Techniques of Situational Criminology to Counterinsurgency Operations: Reducing Insurgency Through Situational Prevention, Master’s Thesis, June 2010, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
  • Hamouzová, Aneta. (2010). “The Boxer” Exploring the Conflict in Northern Ireland, Bachelor Thesis, Faculty of Humanities, Tomas Bata University in Zlín.
  • Haas, Stefan. (2010). Eye On L. Richardson ́s Three R ́s: A Review Of Misperceptions Along The Way From Ireland To The Middle East. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Hayes, Mark., and Norris, Paul. (2010). 'Paramilitary Groups in Northern Ireland, the Media War and the State: Semantics And Symbiosis - A Comparative Case Study of the PIRA and UDA', in, Banu Baybars Hawks and Lemi Baruh. (2010). Societies Under Siege, Conference Proceedings, International Conference on Conflict, Terrorism and Society, Kadir Has University 2009.
  • Hemmer, Bruce. (2010). The Development of Political Engagement for Peace: Private Versus Public. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC, September 3, 2010. APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper.
  • Hill, Naomi. (2010). Contested sites of Memory: Segregated Space and the Physical Legacy of the Troubles in North Belfast’s Interface Communities. Undergraduate Dissertation, University of Bristol.
  • Honaker, James. (2010). Unemployment and Violence in Northern Ireland: a missing data model for ecological inference. Presented to QuaSSI, Penn State, February 8, 2010.
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  • Jones, Kimberly. (2010). Constructing the nation in opposition: human rights as strategic building blocks - a comparative analysis of Sinn Féin and the IRA, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, and Hamas, Ph.D Thesis, College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Political Science, Northeastern University.
  • Kearton, Kristian. (2010). Correlating Temporal Rules to Time-Series Data with Rule-Based Intuition. Master's Thesis, March 2010, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
  • Keating, Alexander M. (2010). Redeveloping division: the legacy of conflict and contested space in post-peace treaty Belfast, Northern Ireland. Master in City Planning, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 2010.
  • Klepaker, Eirik Soreide. (2010). Civil rights and civil responsibilities. How The Unionist Party perceived and responded to the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland 1968-1972, Master Thesis (17 May 2010), The University of Begen.
  • Legg, George. (2010). The Obscurity of Written Graffiti in Belfast Confetti and Eureka Street. Presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master in Philosophy in Irish Writing, School of English, Trinity College, Dublin, September 2010.
  • Loyle, Cyanne. (2010). Bearing the Troubles: Northern Ireland and the Microfoundations of Justice. APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper.
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  • Matara, Joyce Kemunto. (2010). Accountability of the Policing Sector in Kenya: Borrowing from the South African and Northern Ireland Experiences, LLM, Human Rights Long Thesis, Central European University, Budapest.
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  • McGovern, M. and Tobin, A. (2010) Countering Terror or Counter-Productive: Comparing Irish and British Muslim Experiences of Counter-insurgency Law and Policy. Report of a Symposium held in Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich, Falls Road, Belfast, 23-24 June 2009, Project Report. Edge Hill University, Ormskirk.
  • Mercau, Ezequiel. (2010). Abandoned Britons? The Sunningdale Agreement and Ulster Britishness, Dissertation submitted in part fulfilment of the Master of Arts in History, School of History and Archives, University College Dublin, (August 2010).
  • Miedema, Theresa Engelina. (2010). Violent Conflict and Social Capital in Ethnically-Polarized Developing Countries. Thesis, Doctor of Juridical Science, Department of the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.
  • Moore, Robert., and Hickman, Mary J. (2010). Changing and Claiming Ethnic Identities in the 1991 and 2001 Censuses. London: ISET (Institute for the Study of European Transformations) Working Paper 20.
  • Murphy, Barbara. (2010). The Currency of Identity: Ireland 1978 to 1992. A Thesis Submitted to the Victoria University of Wellington in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of International Relations (MIR).
  • Nickels, Henri C., Thomas, Lyn., Hickman1, Mary J., and Silvestri, Sara. (2010). A Comparative Study of the Representations of "Suspect" Communities in Multi-Ethnic Britain and of their Impact on Irish Communities and Muslim Communities - Mapping Newspaper Content. Working Paper 13, Institute for the Study of European Transformations, London Metropolitan University.
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  • Rapone, David J. (2010). Engaging the Insurgent in Negotiation: Lessons from Northern Ireland Applied to Afghanistan, Monograph, May 2010, School of Advanced Military Studies, United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
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Citations in 14 Books:

  • Albert, Cornelia. (2009). The Peacebuilding Elements of the Belfast Agreement and the Transformation of the Northern Ireland Conflict. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
  • Collins, Jim., and Kerr, Adrian. (eds) (2009). Free Derry Wall. Derry: Guilhall Press.
  • Cooper, David. (2009). The Musical Traditions of Northern Ireland and Its Diaspora: Community and Conflict (Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series). London: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Eller, Jack David. (2009). Cultural Anthropology: Global forces, local lives. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Fitzpatrick, Lisa. (ed.) (2009). Performing Violence in Contemporary Ireland. Dublin: Carysfort Press.
  • Flannery, Eóin., and Griffin, Michael. (eds) (2009). Ireland in Focus: Film, Photography, and Popular Culture. New York: Syracuse University Press.
  • Hanley, Brian., and Millar, Scott. (2009). The Lost Revolution: The Story of the Official IRA and the Workers' Party. Dublin: Penguin Ireland.
  • Head, Michael., and Mann, Scott. (2009). Domestic Deployment of the Armed Forces: Military Powers, Law and Human Rights (International and Comparative Criminal Justice Series). Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Hughes, Barry W. (2009). Engage: Three works on the IRA decommissioning of 2005. Shanghai: 411 Galleries.
  • Kamberg, Mary-Lane. (2009). Bono: Fighting World Hunger and Poverty (Series: Celebrity Activists). The Rosen Publishing Group.
  • Marger, Martin N. (2009). Race and Ethnic Relations: American and Global Perspectives. (Eighth Edition). Belmont: Wadsworth (Cengage Learning).
  • Sebastian, Julia. (2009). Woran Menschen ihr Herz hängen: Leitfiguren als Bausteine konfligierender Identitäten im nordirischen Friedensprozess. Verlag Otto Lembeck.
  • Steves, Rick. (2009). Rick Steves' Snapshot Northern Ireland. Berkeley: Avalon Travel.
  • Wharton, Ken. (2009). Bullets, Bombs and Cups of Tea: Further Voices of the British Army in Northern Ireland 1969-98. Solihull: Helion & Company Limited.

Citations in 8 Book Chapters:

  • Belloni, Roberto. (2009). 'Shades of Orange and Green: civil society and the peace process in Northern Ireland', Chapter in, Cox, Michaelene. (ed) (2009). Social Capital and Peace-Building. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Botham, Paola. (2009). 'Witnesses in the Public Sphere: Bloody Sunday and the Redefinition of Political Theatre', Chapter (pp.35-54) in, Haedicke, Susan C., Heddon, Deirdre., Oz, Avraham., and Westlake, E.J. (eds) (2009). Political Performances: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam: International Federation for Theatre Research.
  • Kerr, Michael. (2009). 'A culture of power sharing', Chapter 10 in, Taylor, Rupert. (ed) (2009). Consociational theory: McGarry and O'Leary and the Northern Ireland conflict. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis.
  • McGarry, John., and O'Leary, Brendan. (2009). 'Power shared after the deaths of thousands', Chapter 1 in, Taylor, Rupert. (ed) (2009). Consociational theory: McGarry and O'Leary and the Northern Ireland conflict. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis.
  • O Dochartaigh, Niall. (2009). 'Conflict, Territory and online Boundaries: Drawing wider Lessons from a Belfast Case Study', Chapter in, Barkhoff, Jurgen., and Eberhart, Helmut. (eds) (2009). Networking Across Borders and Frontiers. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
  • O'Neill, Shane. (2009). 'Recognition, equality, difference: achieving democracy in Northern Ireland, Chapter 2 in, Taylor, Rupert. (ed) (2009). Consociational theory: McGarry and O'Leary and the Northern Ireland conflict. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis.
  • Southern, Neil. (2009). 'The Royal Ulster Constabulary and the terrorist threat', Chapter 10 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2009). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. (Cass Series on Political Violence.) Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Taylor, Rupert. (2009). 'The injustice of a consociational solutional to the Northern Ireland problem', Chapter 17 in, Taylor, Rupert. (ed) (2009). Consociational theory: McGarry and O'Leary and the Northern Ireland conflict. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis.

Citations in 48 Journal Articles:

  • Baumann Marcel M. (2009). ‘Transforming conflict toward and away from violence: Bloody Sunday and the hunger strikes in Northern Ireland’, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: Pathways toward terrorism and genocide, Vol.2, Issue 2, 26 November 2009, pp.?
  • Baumann, Marcel M. (2009). Understanding the Other’s “Understanding” of Violence: Legitimacy, Recognition, and the Challenge of Dealing with the Past in Divided Societies, International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV), Vol.3, No.1, pp.107-123.
  • Blackbourn, Jessie. (2009). 'International Terrorism and Counterterrorist Legislation: The Case Study of Post-9/11 Northern Ireland', Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.21, Iss.1, pp.133-154.
  • Booth, W.J. (2009). 'Kashmir Road Some Reflections on Memory and Violence', Millennium-Journal of International Studies, December 2009, Vol.38, No.2, pp.361-377.
  • Brand, Ralf. (2009). ‘Urban Artifacts and Social Practices in a Contested City’, Journal of Urban Technology, Vol.16, Issue 2 & 3, August 2009, pp.35-60.
  • Brand, Ralf. (2009). ‘Written and Unwritten Building Conventions in a Contested City: The Case of Belfast’, Urban Studies, Vol.46, No.12, pp.2669-2689.
  • Chan, Suzanna. (2009). 'After Hard Times': Disjunctive Temporality and Ethics of Memory in Art by Aisling O'Beirn, Sandra Johnston and Heather Allen’, Visual Culture in Britain, Vol.10, Issue 2,  July 2009, pp.155-170.
  • Clarke, C. (2009). 'Evolution of British Intelligence and Counter-Insurgency Policy: Northern Ireland 1969-1998', Pitt Political Review, Vol.1, Issue 1, Summer 2009, pp.8-13.
  • Cochrane, Feargal., Baser, Bahar., and Swain, Ashok. (2009). 'Home Thoughts from Abroad: Diasporas and Peace-Building in Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka', Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Vol.32, Iss.8, pp.681-704.
  • Collier, M.J. (2009). 'Negotiating Intercommunity and Community Group Identity Positions: Summary Discourses from Two Northern Ireland Intercommunity Groups', Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, Vol.2, Iss.3, pp.285–306.
  • Conway, Brian. (2009). ‘Rethinking Difficult Pasts: Bloody Sunday (1972) as a Case Study’, Cultural Sociology, Vol.3, No.3, pp.397-413.
  • Cummings, E. Mark., Goeke-Morey, Marcie C., Schermerhorn, Alice C., Merrilees, Christine E., and Cairns, Ed. (2009). ‘Children and Political Violence from a Social Ecological Perspective: Implications from Research on Children and Families in Northern Ireland’, Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, Vol.12, No.1, March 2009, pp.16-38.
  • Cunningham, Christopher P. (2009). Northern Ireland and the 'War on Terror': Political Perceptions’, Irish Political Studies, Vol.24, Issue 3, September 2009, pp.285-302.
  • Devaney, John. (2009). 'Chronic Child Abuse: The Characteristics and Careers of Children Caught in the Child Protection System', British Journal of Social Work, Vol.39, Iss.1, pp.24-45.
  • Dickson, Paul. (2009). '‘Hearts and Minds’? British Counter-Insurgency Strategy in Northern Ireland', Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol.32, Iss.3, pp.445-474.
  • Donohue, Laura K. (2009). 'The Perilous Dialogue', California Law Review, Vol.97, No.1, pp.357-392.
  • Edwards, Aaron. (2009). 'Abandoning Armed Resistance? The Ulster Volunteer Force as a Case Study of Strategic Terrorism in Northern Ireland', Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Vol.32, No.2, pp.146—166.
  • Evans Jocelyn., and Tonge, Jonathan. (2009). ‘Social Class and Party Choice in Northern Ireland's Ethnic Blocs’, West European Politics, Vol.32, Issue 5, September 2009, pp.1012-1030.
  • Forker, Martin., and McCormick, Jonathan. (2009). ‘Walls of history: the use of mythomoteurs in Northern Ireland murals’, Irish Studies Review, Vol.17, No.4, pp.423-?
  • Frey, Bruno S., Luechinger, Simon., and Stutzer, Alois. (2009). ‘The life satisfaction approach to valuing public goods: The case of terrorism’, Public Choice, 138: pp.317-345.
    DOI 10.1007/s11127-008-9361-3
  • Gawn, Ryan. (2009). 'Arms to Agreement: Northern Ireland's Move from War to Peace', Strategic Analysis, Vol.33, Issue 4, pp.516-527.
  • Greer, J. (2009). 'The Paisleyites: from protest movement to electoral breakthrough', The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture, Special Issue: Special Section: Northern Ireland’s Sixties, Vol.2, Issue 2, pp.187-205.
  • Harrington, Joanna. (2009). ‘Peace in Northern Ireland and the Remaining Issue of the “On-the-Runs”’, Human Rights Review, Vol.10, No.1, March 2009, pp.5-34.
  • Harvey, Colin., and Schwartz, Alex. (2009). 'Designing a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland', Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, Vol.60, No.2, pp.181-199. 60[1].2.6.pdf
  • Hinds-Aldrich, Matt. (2009). ‘The Seductions of Arson: Ritualized Political Violence and the Revelry of Arson’, Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, Vol.16, No.1, pp.103-135.
  • Hughes, James. (2009). ‘Paying for Peace: Comparing the EU's Role in the Conflicts in Northern Ireland and Kosovo’, Ethnopolitics, Vol.8, Nos.3-4, September-November 2009, pp.287-306.
  • Jarman, Neil. (2009). ‘Protecting Peaceful Protest: The OSCE/ODIHR and Freedom of Peaceful Assembly’, Journal of Human Rights Practice, Vol.1, No.2, pp.208-235.
  • Lafree, Gary., Dugan, Laura., and Korte, Raven. (2009). 'The Impact of British Counterterrorist Strategies on Political Violence in Northern Ireland: Comparing Deterrence and Backlash Models', Criminology, Vol.47, pp.17–45.
    doi: 10.1111/j.1745-9125.2009.00138.x
  • Lundy, Patricia. (2009). 'Can the Past be Policed?: Lessons from the Historical Enquiries Team Northern Ireland', Journal of Law and Social Challenges, Vol.11, pp.109-156.
  • Maillot, Agnegraves. (2009). ‘Sinn Fein's Approach to the EU: Still More 'Critical' than 'Engaged'?’, Irish Political Studies, Vol.24, Issue 4, December 2009, pp.559-574.
  • McAleavy, G., Donegan, T., and O'Hagan, C. (2009). 'Visioning New Modes of Integrated and Shared Schooling in Northern Ireland', European Journal of Education, Vol.44, Iss.4, December 2009, pp.539–558.
  • McEvoy, Kieran., and Shirlow, Peter. (2009) ‘Re-imagining DDR: Ex-combatants, leadership and moral agency in conflict transformation’, Theoretical Criminology, Vol.13, No.1, pp.31-59.
  • McGuinness, Caitlin. (2009). 'Domestic espionage: David Park's Swallowing the Sun as Troubles thriller', Irish Studies Review, Vol.17, Iss.3, pp.331-345.
  • McVeigh, Robbie., and Rolston, Bill. (2009). ‘Civilising the Irish’, Race & Class, Vol.51, No.1, pp.2-28.
  • Molloy, Eddie. (2009). 'Locus Of Control', Variant, Issue 36, Winter 2009, pp.9-11.
  • Moore, Linda. (2009). ''Nobody's Pretending that it's Ideal': Conflict, Women and Imprisonment in Northern Ireland', The Prison Journal, (Special Issue on Prisons in Ireland), Vol.89, No.3, September 2009, pp.111-135.
  • Mulholland, Peter. (2009). 'Moving Statues and Concrete Thinking', Quaderns de l'Institut Català d'Antropologia: sèrie monogràfics, Vol.23, pp.159-179.
  • Nagle, John. (2009). 'Sites of Social Centrality and Segregation: Lefebvre in Belfast, a “Divided City”', Antipode, Vol.41, Iss.2, pp.326–347.
  • Nagle, John. (2009). ‘The right to Belfast City Centre: From ethnocracy to liberal multiculturalism?’, Political Geography, Vol.28, Issue 2, February 2009, pp.132-141.
  • Newbery, Samantha., Brecher, Bob., Sands, Philippe. and Stewart, Brian. (2009). ‘Interrogation, Intelligence and the Issue of Human Rights’, Intelligence and National Security, Vol.24, Issue 5, October 2009, pp.631-643.
  • Nunes, Charlotte. (2009). 'In the Name of National Security: Torture and Imperialist Ideology in Sheridan’s In the Name of the Father and Jordan’s Breakfast on Pluto', Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.31, No.4, pp.916-933.
  • O Dochartaigh, Niall. (2009). 'Reframing Online: Ulster Loyalists Imagine an American Audience', Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Vol.16, Iss.1, pp.102-127.
  • O’Hearn, Denis. (2009). ‘Repression and Solidary Cultures of Resistance: Irish Political Prisoners on Protest’, American Journal of Sociology, Vol.115, No.2, September 2009, pp.491-526.
  • Rosland, Sissel. (2009). 'Victimhood, Identity, and Agency in the Early Phase of the Troubles in Northern Ireland', Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Vol.16, Iss.3, pp.294-320.
  • Side, K. (2009). 'Women's Civil and Political Citizenship in the Post-Good Friday Agreement Period in Northern Ireland', Irish Political Studies, Vol.24, Issue 1, pp.67-87.
  • Sluka, Jeffrey A. (2009). ‘In the Shadow of the Gun: ‘Not-War-Not-Peace’ and the Future of Conflict in Northern Ireland’, Critique of Anthropology, Vol.29, No.3, pp.279-299.
  • Smith, Anne. (2009). 'The Unique Position of National Human Rights Institutions: A Mixed Blessing?', Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.28, No.4, November 2006, pp.904-946.
  • Southern, Neil. (2009). ‘Post-agreement societies and inter-ethnic competition: A comparative study of the Protestant community of Londonderry and the white population of Pretoria’, National Identities, Vol.11, Issue 4, December 2009, pp.397-415.

Citations in 44 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Aiken, Neviin T. (2009). Learning to Live Together: Transitional Justice and Intergroup Reconciliation in Northern Ireland. Paper prepared for presentation at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in New York City, NY, 15-18 February 2009.
  • Anyanwu, Christian Ndubueze. (2009). Creative Strategies for Conflict Management and Community Building. Bloomington: AuthorHouse.
  • Bartle, Michael Anthony. (2009). Volunteer participation and learning through peace building in Northern Ireland. Doctoral thesis, Durham University.
  • Bremen, J.H. (2009). A terrible beauty has gone? Welke doelen de Provisional Irish Republican Army bereikt heeft met de acceptatie van het Goede Vrijdag Akkoord. Thesis, Master, Faculty of Humanities, Universiteit Utrecht.
  • Brown, Kris. (2009). ‘Ancestry of Resistance’: The Political Use of Commemoration by Ulster Loyalists and Irish Republicans in a Post Conflict Setting, (November 11, 2009). Transitional Justice Institute Research Paper No.09-09. or
  • Byrne, Siobhan. (2009). Beyond The Ethnonational Divide: Identity Politics And Women In Northern Ireland And Israel/Palestine. Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Political Studies, Queen’s University Kingston, Ontario, Canada, (January, 2009).
  • Cao, Jonathan. (2009). Lessons from the Past: Northern Ireland, South Africa and the United States. 5 April 2009, Dept. of Political Science, University of North Texas, PSCI 1510.002.
  • Christy, Emilie. (2009). 'The UN chooses "unity in diversity" - 2009: international reconciliation year', Living City, Vol.48, No.10, (October 2009), p.8.
  • Cordova, Ricardo N. (2009). The Tree’s Acorns and The Gun’s Clips: The Battle Between Gun Control Advocates and The Constitutions of The United States, Ireland, and Australia. [article unpublished?]
  • de la Cal, M Luz. (2009). 'Avances metodológicos para el análisis y la comprensión de las desventaja social femenina', Revista Internacional de Organizaciones (RIO), No.3, Diciembre 2009, pp.29-47.
  • Demieitner, Patrizia. (2009). Die Ereignisse des "Bloody Sunday" am 30. Januar 1972: Prüfungslehrprobe Sekundarstufe II. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Dickson, Brice. (2009). ‘Detention of Suspected Terrorists in Northern Ireland and Great Britain’, The Allen Chair Symposium 2009 - Detaining Suspected Terrorists: Past, Present, and Future.
  • Donald, Alice., Watson, Jenny., McClean, Niamh. Leach, Philip., and Eschment, Jörn. (2009). Human Rights in Britain since the Human Rights Act 1998: a critical review, (Equality and Human Rights Commission Research Report 28), (June 2009).
  • Griessler, Christina. (2009). Der irische Republikanismus: Problematik der Spaltungen der irisch republikanischen Bewegung. Dissertation, Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften, Universitat Wien.
  • Haidvogl, Andreas. (2009). 40 Jahre danach... Frieden und Ökonomie in Nordirland. HSFK-Report Nr. 5/2009. Frankfurt: Peace Research Institute (PRIF).
  • Hanke, Philip. (2009). Bobby Sands - An Irish martyr?, Research Paper (Pre-University). Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Harris, Mary N. (2009). Irish Americans and the Pursuit of Irish Independence. Edizioni Plus – Pisa University Press.
  • Hogan, C.L. (2009). Armed Struggle: A Comparative Study of the IRA and ETA. Master's Thesis, Department of International Relations and European Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University.
  • Hughes, James. (2009). EU Conflict Management Policy: Comparing the Security-Development Model in the 'Sui Generis' Cases of Northern Ireland and Kosovo. ECPR General Conference, Potsdam September 2009.
  • Jarman, Neil., Rallings, Mary-Kathryn., and Bell, John. (2009). Local Accommodation: Effective Practice in Responding to Disputes over Parades, (June 2009). Belfast: Institute for Conflict Research.
  • Linkeviciute, Vilma. (2009). 'Nominations in T. Blair's Political Discourse', Res Humanitariae VI, Klaipėdos universitetas.
  • Magill, Clare., Smith, Alan., and Hamber, Brandon. (2009). The Role of Education in Reconciliation: The Perspectives of Children and Young People in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Northern Ireland. Coleraine: University of Ulster.
  • Mandy Pydde, B.A. (2009). IRA und Sinn Féin- Politisierung einer Terrororganisation? Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Mayer, Tamara M. (2009). Islam in America: Why US Muslims are Less Likely to Radicalize Than Their European Counterparts. Thesis, Master of Arts In Security Studies (Homeland Security and Defense), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, (December 2009).
  • McCulloch, Allison. (2009). Seeking Stability Amid Deep Division: Consociationalism and Centripetalism in Comparative Perspective, A thesis submitted to the Department of Political Studies In conformity with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, February 2009.
  • McGovern, Clare. (2009). The Impact of Political Oversight on Public Attitudes Towards the Police. Paper prepared for presentation at the Canadian Political Science Association AnnualConference, Ottawa, 27-29 May 2009.
  • O'Brien, Terry. (2009). Book review of, Gillespie, Gordon. (2007). Historical Dictionary of the Northern Ireland Conflict. Scarecrow Press. In, Reference Reviews, Vol.23, No.2, pp.54-55.
  • O'Sullivan, Dan. (2009). The Long Game: Hamas, The IRA, and the Politics of Radicalization in Palestine and Northern Ireland. Honors Thesis, Government Department, Colby College.
  • Popiolkowski, Joseph J., and Cull, Nicholas J. (2009). Public Diplomacy, Cultural Interventions and the Peace Process in Northern Ireland: Track Two to Peace?. Los Angeles: Figueroa Press.
  • Primc, Blaz. (2009). Irska republikanska armada 1969-2009. Univerzo VIjubijani.
  • Robinson, Helen Alexandra. (2009). Remembering the Past, Thinking of the Present: Historic Commemorations in New Zealand and Northern Ireland, 1940–1990. Thesis, Doctorate of Philosopy, University of Auckland.
  • Roca, Rene. (2009). 'The Theory of Direct Democracy', Current Concerns, October 2009, No.18, pp.7.
  • Roscher, Constanze. (2009). Devolution im British Empire und in United Kingdom. German: GRIN Verlag.
  • Saarikoski, H. (2009). Reilaten Kongressiin. Matkakertomus Kesalta 2008 Irlantiin.Elore (ISSN 1456-3010), vol. 16 – 1/2009.
  • Setty, Sudha. (2009). National Security Without Secret Laws: How Other Nations Balance National Security Interests and Transparency of the Law. (July 2009). American Constitution Society for Law and Policy.
  • Vasi, Lillian. (2009). Post-Partition Limbo States: Failed State Formation and Conflicts in Northern Ireland and Jammu-and-Kashmir. Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cincinnati. Lillian.pdf?ucin1242067824
  • Vogel, Dominic. (2009). Zwischen Terrorismus und Politik- Sinn Féin im Wandel. Books on Demand.
  • Vincent, Fred. (2009). Everybody got a hug that morning ... from Desecration to Reconciliation, (July 2009). Belfast: Institute for Conflict Research.
  • Vincent, Fred. (2009). 'From Desecration to Reconciliation: Considering attacks on the Sacred during the Troubles and proposing a framework response', Shared Space, Iss.?, pp.67-84.
  • Walton, Matthew. (2009). Has the Northern Ireland Question Been Answered? Royal College of Defence Studies, Seaford House Paper, United Kingdom Ministry of Defence.
  • Weisman, Elizabeth Sara. (2009). Learning to Win: An Examination of Counterterrorism in Northern Ireland. Thesis, Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Departmental Honors in Government, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.
  • Whine, Michael. (2009). 'The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism: United Kingdom', pp.17-40. In, The Radicalization of Diasporas and Terrorism, Zur Sicherheitspolitik Nr.80, Centre for Security Studies, ETH Zurich.
  • White, Robert W. (2009). Book Review of, Wilkinson, Paul. (2006, Second Edition). Terrorism versus Democracy: The Liberal State Response. London and New York: Routledge: Taylor and Francis Group. In, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.21, Issue 4, October 2009, pp.636-638.
  • Zollet, Nadine. (2009). '?Konfliktbearbeitung mit zivilen Mitteln – Das Beispiel Nordirland', Chapter (pp.133-152) in, Ruf, Werner., Jost, Lena., Strutynski, Peter., and Zollet, Nadine. (2009). Militarinterventionen: verheerend und volkerrechtswidrig, Moglichkeiten friedlicher Konfliktlosung. Berlin: Karl Dietz Verlag.



Citations in 21 Books:

  • Aldous, Richard., and Puirsell, Niamh. (2008). We Declare: Landmark Documents in Ireland's History. London: Quercus Publishing Plc.
  • De Bréadún, Deaglán. (2008). The Far Side of Revenge: Making Peace in Northern Ireland. Cork: The Collins Press.... [4263]
  • Diez, Thomas., Albert, Mathias., and Stetter, Stephan. (2008). The European Union and border conflicts: the power of integration and association. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon:
  • Grabham, Emily., and Cooper, Davina. (2008). Intersectionality and beyond: law, power and the politics of location.  London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Kegley, Charles W. (2008). World Politics: Trend and Transformation; 2007-2008 Update (Eleventh Edition, Revised). Boston, USA: Thomson Wadsworth. P.442.
  • McEvoy, Joanne. (2008). The Politics of Northern Ireland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ... [16314]
  • McGonagle, Declan. (2008). A Shout in the Street: Collective Histories of Northern Irish Art. Belfast: Golden Thread Gallery.
  • Nadler, Arie., Malloy, Thomas.E., and Fisher, Jeffrey.D. (2008). ‘The Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Newburn, Tim. (ed) (2008). Handbook of Policing. Uffculme: Willam Publishing.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2008). The government’s response (Chapter 8), in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Powell, Jonathan. (2008). Great Hatred, Little Room: Making Peace in Northern Ireland. London: The Bodley Head. ... [16306]
  • Richards, Anthony. (2008). Terrorist groups and their political fronts (Chapter 5), in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Rothfield, Philipa., Fleming, Cleo., and Komesaroff, Paul.A. (eds) (2008). Pathways to reconciliation: between theory and practice. Aldershot: Ashaget Publishing Limited.
  • Savitch, H.V. (2008). Cities in a Time of Terror: Space, Territory, and Local Resilience. Cities and Contemporary Society. New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.
  • Sebastian, C.H.Kim., Kollontai, Pauline., and Hoyland, Greg. (eds). (2008). Peace and Reconciliation: In Search of a Shared Identity.  Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Van Engeland, Anisseh., and Rudolph, Rachael M. (2008). From terrorism to politics. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Van Til, Jon. (2008). Breaching Derry's Walls: The Quest for a Lasting Peace in Northern Ireland. Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Wharton, Ken. (2008). A Long Long War: Voices from the British Army in Northern Ireland 1969-1998. Solihull: Helion & Company Limited.
  • Williamson, Tom. (ed) (2008). The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Policing: Current Conceptions and Future Directions. Oxford: Wiley.
  • Wilson, Andrew.R., and Perry, Mark.L. (2008). War, virtual war and society: the challenge to communities. Rodopi.

Citations in 20 Book Chapters:

  • Bass, Christopher., and Smith, M.L.R. (2008). 'The war continues? Combating the paramilitaries and the role of the British Army after the Belfast Agreement', Chapter 14 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Bloomer, Stephen. (2008). 'Bridging the Militarist-Politico Divide: The Progressive Unionist Party and the Politics of Conflict Transformation', Chapter 6 in, Edwards, Aaron., and Bloomer, Stephen. (2008). Transforming the Peace Process in Northern Ireland: From Terrorism to Democratic Politics. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
  • Clegg, Cecelia. (2008). 'Embracing a Threatening Other: Identity and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland', Chapter 6 in, Sebastian, C.H.Kim., Kollontai, Pauline., and Hoyland, Greg. (eds). (2008). Peace and Reconciliation: In Search of a Shared Identity. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Dingley, James. (2008). 'Northern Ireland and the ‘troubles’', Chapter 2 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Dingley, James. (2008). 'Terrorist strategy and tactics', Chapter 4 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Donohue, Laura K. (2008). 'Anti-terrorism Legislation: Civil Liberty and Judicial Alteration', Chapter 7 in, Weinberg, Leonard. (ed) (2008). Democratic responses to terrorism, (Democracy and terrorism). Routledge.
  • Eriksson, Anna. (2008). 'Challenging cultures of violence through community restorative justice in Northern Ireland', Book Series: Sociology of Crime Law and Deviance; Vol.11, pp.231-260. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  • Hayward, Katy., Wiener, Antje. (2008). 'The influence of the EU towards conflict transformation on the island of Ireland', Chapter 2 in, Diez, Thomas., Albert, Mathias., and Stetter, Stephan. (2008). The European Union and Border Conflicts: The Power of Integration and Association. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hewstone, Miles., et al. (2008). 'Stepping Stones to Reconciliation in Northern Ireland: Intergroup Contact, Forgiveness, and Trust', Chapter 9 in, Nadler, Arie., Malloy, Thomas E., and Fisher, Jeffrey D. (eds) (2008). The Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Irwin, Alistair Sir., and Mahoney, Mike. (2008). 'The military response', Chapter 11 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • McAuley, James W. (2008). 'Constructing Contemporary Loyalism', Chapter 1 in, Edwards, Aaron., and Bloomer, Stephen. (2008). Transforming the Peace Process in Northern Ireland: From Terrorism to Democratic Politics. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
  • Mulcahy, Aogán. (2008). 'Community Policing in Contested Settings: The Patten Report and Police Reform in Northern Ireland', Chapter 5 in, Williamson, Tom. (ed) (2008). The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Policing: Current Conceptions and Future Directions. Oxford: Wiley.
  • Mulcahy, Aogán. (2008). ‘The police service of Northern Ireland’, Chapter 9 in, Newburn, Tim. (ed) (2008). Handbook of Policing. Uffculme: Willam Publishing.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2008). 'The government’s response', Chapter 8 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2008). 'The rise of the paramilitaries', Chapter 3 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • O'Donnell, Catherine. (2008). 'The Evolution of Irish Republicanism and the Peace Process in Northern Ireland', Chapter 3 in, Edwards, Aaron., and Bloomer, Stephen. (2008). Transforming the Peace Process in Northern Ireland: From Terrorism to Democratic Politics. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
  • Richards, Anthony. (2008). 'Terrorist groups and their political fronts', Chapter 5 in, Dingley, James. (ed) (2008). Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Rooney, Eilish. (2008). 'Transitional intersections: Gender, sect, and class in Northern Ireland', Chapter 8 in, Grabham, Emily., and Cooper, Davina. (2008). Intersectionality and beyond: law, power and the politics of location.  London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Rosales, José. María. (2008). 'Nationalism, Constitutionalism and Democratization: The Basque Question in Perspective', Chapter 22 in, Palonen, Kari., Pulkkinen, Tuija., and Rosales, José María. (2008). The Ashgate Research Companion to The Politics of Democratization in Europe. Farnham: Ashgate.
  • Wilson, Derick. (2008). 'Stepping Forward: Reconciliation and the Good Relations Agenda in Organizational Practice in Northern Ireland', Chapter 15 in, Rothfield, Philipa., Fleming, Cleo., and Komesaroff, Paul.A. (2008). Pathways to reconciliation: between theory and practice.  Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

Citations in 39 Journal Articles :

  • Blaney, Aileen. (2008). 'All's Fair in Love and War?: Representations of Prison Life in Silent Grace', European Journal of Women's Studies, Vol.15, No.4, pp.393-409.
  • Bosi, Lorenzo. (2008). 'Explaining the Emergence Process of the Civil Rights Protest in Northern Ireland (1945–1968): Insights from a Relational Social Movement Approach', Journal of Historical Sociology, Vol.21, Iss.2-3, pp.242–271, June/September 2008.
  • Breen-Smyth, Marie. (2008). 'Frameworks for Peace in Northern Ireland: Analysis of the 1998 Belfast Agreement', Strategic Analysis, Vol.32, Iss.6, pp.1131-1153.
  • Campbell, Colm., and Turner, Catherine. (2008). 'Utopia and the doubters: truth, transition and the law', Legal Studies, Vol.28, No.3, September 2008, pp.374-395.
  • Cashman, Ray. (2008). ‘Visions of Irish Nationalism’, Journal of Folklore Research, Vol.45, No.3, September-December 2008, pp.361-381.
  • Convery, Una., Haydon, Deena., Moore, Linda., and Scraton, Phil. (2008). ‘Children, Rights and Justice in Northern Ireland: Community and Custody’, Youth Justice, Vol.8, No.3, pp.245-263.
  • Crowley, Tony. (2008). ‘Memory and Forgetting in a Time of Violence: Brian Friel’s Meta-History Plays’, Estudios Irlandeses, No.3, 2008, pp.72-83.
  • Deeny, P., and McFetridge, B. (2008). Critical care nursing in Northern Ireland: A rich history with a future of opportunity, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, Vol.24, Issue 3, pp.143-149.
  • Dickson, Brice. (2008). 'The Detention of Suspected Terrorists in Northern Ireland and Great Britain', University of Richmond Law Review, Vol.43, pp.927-966.
  • Dickson, David., Hargie, Owen., and Wilson, Noel. (2008). 'Communication, Relationships, and Religious Difference in the Northern Ireland Workplace: A Study of Private and Public Sector Organizations', Journal of Applied Communication Research, Vol.36, Iss.2, pp.128-160.
  • Dillenburger, Karola., Fargas, Montserrat., and Akhonzada, Rym. (2008). ‘Long-Term Effects of Political Violence: Narrative Inquiry Across a 20-Year Period’, Qual Health Res, 18; 1312.
  • Filardo, Laura. (2008). ‘A Comparative Study of the Discursive Legitimation of the Agreement by the Four Main Northern Irish Political Parties throughout Time’, Ethnopolitics, Vol.7, Issue 1, March 2008, pp.21-42.
  • Frampton, Martyn. (2008). 'Embuscades et agents secrets : la « sale guerre » des Britanniques en Irlande du Nord', Critique internationale, 2008/4 (n° 41), pp.21-39.
    DOI : 10.3917/crii.041.0021.
  • Gilligan, Chris. (2008). ‘Northern Ireland Ten Years after the Agreement’, Ethnopolitics (Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics), Vol.7, Issue.1, 22 December 2008, pp.?
  • Gormley-Heenan, Cathy., and Macginty, Roger. (2008). ‘Ethnic Outbidding and Party Modernization: Understanding the Democratic Unionist Party's Electoral Success in the Post-Agreement Environment’, Ethnopolitics, Vol.7, Issue 1, March 2008, pp.43-61.
  • Grattan, Alan. (2008). ‘Reflexive Modernisation, Existential Anxiety and Sense of Identity: An Exploration of ‘Perceived’ Identity in Crisis’, The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Vol.7, Issue 4, pp.93-102.
  • Hancock, L.E. (2008). 'The Northern Irish Peace Process: From Top to Bottom', International Studies Review, Vol.10, Iss.2, pp.203–238.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2008). 'The Role of Political Discourse in Conflict Transformation: Evidence from Northern Ireland', Peace and Conflict Studies, Vol.15, No.1, Summer 2008, pp.1-20.
  • Herman, Peter. (2008). 'Tíogar Ceilteach (Ireland) An Enlargement Country of the 1970s as Showcase?' [Tíogar Ceilteach (Irlanda): ¿Un país de la ampliación de los 70 como caso de estudio?], Entelequia: revista interdisciplinar, No.6, 2008, pp.1-42.
  • Hicks, M.H.-R., and Spagat, M. (2008). ‘The Dirty War Index: A Public Health and Human Rights Tool for Examining and Monitoring Armed Conflict Outcomes’, Public Library of Science Medicine, Vol.5, No.12, pp.?
  • Higson, Robert. (2008). 'Anti-consociationalism and the Good Friday Agreement: A Rejoinder', Journal of Peace, Conflict and Development, Iss.12, May 2008, pp.1-17.
  • Hurley-Depret, Molly. (2008). 'Invisible Interfaces: The Boundaries of Belonging on Belfast's upper Ormeau Road', Irish Journal of Anthropology, Vol.11, No.1, pp.35-41.
  • Katz, Joanne., and Tushuas, David. (2008). 'Terrorism and Human Rights: The South Africa and Northern Ireland Experience', Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies, Vol.8, Iss.1, pp.183-199.
  • Kelleher, Ann., and Johnson, Meggan. (2008). 'Religious Communities as Peacemakers: A Comparison of Grassroots Peace Processes in Sudan and Northern Ireland', Civil Wars, Vol.10, Iss.2, pp.148-172.
  • Leff, Jonah. (2008). 'The Nexus between Social Capital and Reintegration for Ex-combatants: A Case for Sierra Leone', African Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol.8, No.1, pp.9-38.
  • Lunday, Elizabeth. (2008). ‘Violence and Silence in Seamus Heaney's "Mycenae Lookout"’, New Hibernia Review, Vol.12, No.1, Earrach/Spring 2008, pp.111-127.
  • Lundy, Patricia., and Mcgovern, Mark. (2008). ‘Truth, Justice and Dealing with the Legacy of the Past in Northern Ireland, 1998-2008’, Ethnopolitics, Vol.7, Issue 1, March 2008, pp.177-193.
  • Mastors, Elena. (2008). 'Can the Ulster Defense Association Transition into Mainstream Politics?', Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, Vol.3, Iss.1, pp.7.30.
  • Nadler, Arie., Malloy, Thomas.E., and Fisher, Jeffrey.D. (2008). ‘The Social Psychology of Intergroup Reconciliation’, European Journal of Women's Studies 2008; 15; pp.393-409.
  • O'Donnell, Catherine. (2008). 'Political Discourse in the Republic of Ireland and its Function in the Troubles and Peace Process in Northern Ireland', Peace and Conflict Studies, Vol.15, No.1, pp.43-59.
  • O'Halpin, Eunan. (2008). ‘A poor thing but our own’: The Joint Intelligence Committee and Ireland, 1965–72', Intelligence and National Security, Vol.23, Iss.5, pp.658-680.
  • Perry, Robert. (2008). ‘Northern Ireland's Normal Politics?’, Peace Review, Vol.20, Issue 3, July 2008, pp.380-388.
  • Rabin, Yoram; and Peled, Roy. (2008). ‘Transfer of Sovereignty over Populated Territories from Israel to a Palestinian State: The International Law Perspective’, Minnesota Journal of International Law, Vol.17, p.59-?.
  • Rekawek, Kacper Edward. (2008). ‘How ‘terrorism’ does not end: the case of the Official Irish Republican Army’, Critical Studies on Terrorism, Vol.1, Issue 3, December 2008, pp.359-376.
  • Reid, Bryonie. (2008). ‘Rearranging the ground’:1 public and private space in Belfast, Northern Ireland', Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Vol.15, Iss.5, pp.489-503.
  • Shirlow, Peter., Tonge, Jonathan., and McAuley, James W. (2008). 'The Maintenance of Republican Ideology and Tactics in the Discourses of IRA Former Prisoners', Peace and Conflict Studies, Vol.15, No.1, pp.156-177.
  • Simpson, Kirk. (2008). ‘Untold Stories: Unionist Remembrance of Political Violence and Suffering in Northern Ireland’, British Politics (2008) 3, 465-489.
  • Steenkamp, Christina. (2008). ‘Loyalist Paramilitary Violence after the Belfast Agreement’, Ethnopolitics, Vol.7, Issue 1, March 2008, pp.159-176.
  • West, Anne., and Currie, Peter. (2008). 'School diversity and social justice: policy and politics', Educational Studies, Vol.34, Iss.3, pp.241-250.

Citations in 41 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Akesson, Eva. (2008). Sinn Féin: En studie av ett politiskt partis legitimitet ur medborgarnas synvinkel. Essay, Örebro Universitet.
  • Baumann, Marcel M. (2008). Zwischenwelten: Weder Krieg noch Frieden Modell einer nordirischen Zukunftskommission für den Umgang mit Provokationen der Vergangenheit. VS Verlag.
  • Bonacker, Thorsten., Greshoff, Rainer., and Schimank, Uwe. (eds) (2008). Sozialtheorien im Vergleich: Der Nordirlandkonflikt als Anwendungsfall. VS Verlag.
  • Bonugli, Marcus Vinícius de Souza. (2008). The Green Book: o conteúdo nacionalista nos manuais de conduta do IRA. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas. Curso de História: Bacharelado.
  • Cownie, Erik. (2008). The Whitewell Youth Mediation Project: Engaging with Disaffected Youths in an Interface Context - A Case Study. Belfast: Belfast Interface Project.
  • Donald, Alice. (2008). Human Rights in Britain since the Human Rights Act 1998: a critical review, Research report: 28, June 2009. Manchester: Equality and Human Rights Commission.
  • Escoffery, Erin. (2008). The United States and Northern Ireland: International Pressures as an Impetus for Civil Rights Progress, Student essay for the University of Pennsylvania.
  • Gioia, Alexis M. (2008). Trying Peremptory Challenges: Are These Tools Effective in Selecting an Impartial July? Thesis, Master of Arts, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
  • Harris, Mary N. (2008). History, Truth Recovery and Reconciliation in Contemporary Northern Ireland. Edizioni Plus – Pisa University Press.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2008). Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Lessons from Northern Ireland. Paper to be presented at the Political Studies Association conference, Swansea, 1-3 April 2008.
  • Henriksen, Thomas H. (2008). What Really Happened in Northern Ireland's Counterinsurgency: Revision and Revelation. Joint Special Operations University, Washington: Storming Media (Pentagon Reports).
  • Hogenraad, R. (2008). Terrorism and literature: Trading violence for words.In O. Vincze & S. Bigazzi (Eds.), Élmény, történetek - A történetek élménye[Experience, story - Experience of stories] (Vol. 4, pp. 61-70). Budapest: ÚjMandátum Könyv Kiadó (New Mandate Publishing House).
  • Korstian, Sabine. (2008). 'Der Nordirlandkonflikt', Sozialtheorien im Vergleich, 2008, pp.15-31,
  • Kraml, Mandy. (2008). Excluding Sinn Féin - The broadcasting ban of 1988, Seminar Paper. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Liesinen, Kalle. (2008). The ACEH Case - An Example of Decommissioning and Reintegration. Paper at The Eleventh Suomenlinna Seminar.
  • Lynn, Brendan. (2008). ‘Book Review - Kenneth Bloomfield: A Tragedy of Errors: The Government and Misgovernment of Northern Ireland, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2007’, Democracy and Security, Vol.4, Issue 1, January 2008, pp.89-90.
  • Maaser, Johannes. (2008). Protestantisch vs. Katholisch in Nordirland: Religiöse Konfliktdimension oder soziale Kategorisierung? Hauptseminararbeit. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Morasso, Sara Greco. (2008). Argumentative and other communicative strategies of the mediation practice. Disertation, Ph.D., Faculty of Communication Sciences, University of Lugano.,40,6,20120307122931-ZG/2009COM003.pdf
  • Murphy, Brian P., and Meehan, Niall. (2008). Troubled History: A 10th anniversary critique of Peter Hart's The IRA and its Enemies. The Aubane Historical Society.
  • Neill, Sam. (2008). 'Wee Warriors; Youth Involvement in the Northern Irish Troubles', Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal, Spring 2008, Vol.4, No.1, pp.1-10.
  • O’Connor, Marion. (2008). Peace Through Gardening? (Thesis; UC Santa Cruz).
  • O'Neill, Kathleen. (2008). The Stoies They Tell: Former Prisoner Ex Combatants on Putting Down Their Guns. Quest Issue 7, Autumn 2009. Belfast: QUB.
  • O'Rawe, Mary. (2008). Accountable Intelligence and Intelligent Accountability, (April 2008).
  • O'Rourke, Catherine. (2008). The Shifting Signifier of "Community" in Transtional Justice: A Feminist Analysis. Transitional Justice Institute Research Paper No. 09-03, Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster.
  • Patterson, Aaron. (2008). Not Your Father’s Border: An Examination of the Border in Northern Ireland and Its Relevance to the Global Change in the Importance of World Borders, Master of Science In Geography, Graduate College of Marshall University, (May 2008).
  • Paun, Akash. (ed), and Calow, Edward. (2008). Devolution and the Centre Monitoring Report, May 2008. Devolution Monitoring Programme 2006-08, The Constitution Unit, University College London (UCL).
  • Petrie, Jon. (2008). The Secular Word "HOLOCAUST": Scholarly Sacralization, Twentieth Century Meanings.
  • Potter, Michael., and MacMillan, Ariel. (2008). Unionist Women Active in the Conflict in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Training for Women Network Ltd.
  • Rafferty, Pauline. (2008). Diachronic Transformations In Troubles Fiction: A Study In Models And Methods, Thesis submitted to the University of Nottingham for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, January 2008.
  • Roy, Ludovic. (2008). Die Aubenpolitik von Prasident William Jefferson Clinton. Berlin: Lit Verlag.
  • Ruohomäki, Jyrki. (2008). "Could do better": academic interventions in Northern Ireland unionism. Jyväskylä studies in education, psychology and social research; 344. University of Jyväskylä.
  • Sawyer, John Paul. (2008). A Spiral of Peace: Competition, Monopoly and Diversification in the Market for Political Violence in Northern Ireland. Quest Proceedings of the QUB AHSS Conference June 2008, Issue 6 Autumn 2008.
  • Seibert, Sebastian. (2008). "God save Ulster!": Selbstverständnis und nationale Identität der “Protestant community” Nordirlands. Lit Verlag.
  • Setty, Sudha. (2008). No More Secret Laws: How Transparency of Executive Branch Legal Policy Doesn't Let the Terrorists Win.
  • Schexnayder, Robert J. (2008). The Prachanda Path and Oglaigh na hEireann: A Comparative Case Study of the Insurgencies in Nepal and Northern Ireland. School of Advanced Military Studies, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
  • Schmitt, David. (2008). Psychological Aspects of Political Violence in Northern Ireland. Revised version of a paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society of Political Psychology, Portland, Oregon, 5 July 2007.
  • Schwartz, Alex. (2008). The Agreement, Liberal Nationalism, and the Legitimacy of Law. Quest Issue 7 Autumn 2008. Belfast: QUB.
  • Scully, Maura. (2008). Walls: Space, Violence, and Conflict Culture in Northern Ireland. Thesis, Faculty of Wesleyan University, Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Departmental Honors in Government.
  • Smithey, Lee A. (2008). 'Grassroots Unionism and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland', Shared Space: A research journal on peace, conflict and community relations in Northern Ireland, Iss.?, pp.51-68.
  • Waslekar, Sundeep. (2008). Inclusive Semi-Permanent Conference for the Middle East. Mumbai: Strategic Foresight Group.
  • Wetherall, Colleen. (2008). In search of balance: Must Canadians Choose Between Security & Freedom? Thesis, Master of Arts, Department of Political Science, Simon Fraser University.



Citations in 15 Books:

  • Bean, Kevin. (2007). The New Politics of Sinn Féin. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
  • Breen Smyth, Marie. (2007). Truth Recovery and Justice after Conflict: Managing violent pasts, (Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution). London: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Budge, Ian., McKay, David., Newton, Ken., and Bartle, John. (2007). The New British Politics. Pearson Education.
  • Fouskas, Vassilis K. (2007). 'A-Z Glossary: Conflicts in the World', Chapter in, Fouskas, Vassilis K. (ed) (2007). The Politics of Conflict: A Survey. London: Routledge.
  • Garrard, John. (2007). Heads of the local state: mayors, provosts and burgomasters since 1800. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Gillespie, Gordon. (2007). Historical Dictionary of the Northern Ireland Conflict. (Historical Dictionaries of War, Revolution, and Civil Unrest series). Scarecrow Press.
  • Kaufman, Eric P. (2007). The Orange Order: a contemporary Northern Irish history. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Ladrón, Marisol Morales. (2007). Postcolonial and Gender Perspectives in Irish Studies. Netbiblo.
  • Little, David. (2007). Peacemakers in action: profiles of religion in conflict resolution. Cambridge University Press.
  • Macdonald Clark, Margaret., and Waller, Tim. (eds) (2007). Early childhood education and care: policy and practice. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Moloney, Ed. (2007; 2nd ed.). A Secret History of the IRA. London: Penguin Books.
  • Oberschall, Anthony. (2007). Conflict and Peace Building in Divided Societies: Responses to ethnic violence. London: Routledge.
  • Ross, Marc Howard. (2007). Cultural contestation in ethnic conflict, (Cambridge studies in comparative politics). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Springwood, Charles Fruehling. (ed) (2007). Open Fire: Understanding Global Gun Cultures. Oxford: Berg.
  • Uribe, Maria Victoria. (2007). Salvo el Poder: Todo es Ilusión. Bogotá: Editorial Pontificia Vniversidad Javeriana.

Citations in 10 Book Chapters:

  • De la Iglesia, Tamara Benito. (2007). 'The Anit/postcolonial Trace in Some Stories of the Northern Irish Troubles', Chapter 7 in, Ladrón, Marisol Morales. (2007). Postcolonial and Gender Perspectives in Irish Studies. Netbiblo.
  • Doyle, John. (2007). 'Re-examining the Northern Ireland conflict', Chapter (pp.132-146) in, Fouskas, Vassilis K. (ed) (2007). The Politics of Conflict: A Survey. London: Routledge.
  • Dunlop, John. (2007). 'Language, Faith and Communication', Chapter 10 in, Nic Craith, Máiréad. (2007). Language, Power and Identity Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Gallagher, Tony., and Coombs, Alyson. (2007). 'The Impact of Integrated Education on Religious Beliefs', Chapter in, Leach, Fiona., and Dunne, Máiréad. (2007). Education, Conflict and Reconciliation: International Perspectives. Bern: Peter Lang AC.
  • Gray, Billy. (2007). 'Skeletons in the Historical Cupboard. Reflections on Irish National Memory in Joseph O'Neill's Blood-Dark Track', Chapter (pp.245-266) in, Mithander, Conny., Sundholm, John., and Holmgren Troy, Maria. (eds) (2007). Collective Traumas: Memories of War and Conflict in 20th-Century Europe. Brussels: PIE Peter Lang.
  • McCrudden, Christopher. (2007). 'Northern Ireland and the British Constitution since the Belfast Agreement', Chapter 10 in, Jowell, Jeffrey., and Oliver, Dawn. (eds) (2007). The Changing Constitution (Sixth Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • McLaughlin, Eithne. (2007). 'Cultural Memory and Regional Identities in Northern Ireland and Southern Carinthia', Chapter in, Delanoy, Werner., Helbig, Jörg., and James, Allan. (2007). Towards a dialogic anglistics. LIT Verlag Berlin-Hamburg-Münster.
  • Sluka, Jeffrey A. (2007). 'Silent but Still Deadly: Guns and the Peace Process in Northern Ireland', Chapter 5 in, Springwood, Charles Fruehling. (ed) (2007). Open Fire: Understanding Global Gun Cultures. Oxford: Berg.
  • Walsh, Glenda. (2007). 'Northern Ireland', Chapter 3 in, Macdonald Clark, Margaret., and Waller, Tim. (eds) (2007). Early childhood education and care: policy and practice. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Wolff, Stefan. (2007). 'Conflict Management in Northern Ireland', Chapter 4 in, Koenig, Matthias., and de Guchteneire, Paul. (eds) (2007). Democracy and Human Rights in Multicultural Societies. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited and UNESCO.

Citations in 46 Journal Articles :

  • Abbott, Lesley. (2007). 'Northern Ireland Special Educational Needs Coordinators creating inclusive environments: an epic struggle', European Journal of Special Needs Education, Vol.22, Iss.4, pp.391-407.
  • Bickford, Louis. (2007). ‘Unofficial Truth Projects’, Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.29, No.4, pp.994-1035.
  • Blair, Neale., Berry, James., and McGreal, Stanley. (2007). ‘Regional Spatial Policy for Economic Growth: Lessons from the Deployment of Collaborative Planning in Northern Ireland’, Urban Studies, Vol.44, No.3, March 2007, pp.439-455.
  • Blaney, Aileen. (2007). ‘Remembering Historical Trauma in Paul Greengrass's Bloody Sunday’, History & Memory, Vol.19, No.2, Fall/Winter 2007, pp.113-138.
  • Brown, Kris. (2007). ‘'Our father organization': The cult of the Somme and the unionist 'Golden Age' in modern Ulster Loyalist commemoration’, The Round Table, Vol.96, Issue 393, December 2007, pp.707-723.
  • Bryrne, Sean., Matic, Mislav., Fissuh, Eyob., and Cunningham, Chris. (2007). ‘The International Fund for Ireland and the Northern Ireland Peace Process’, Sri Lanka J. Int'l L, Vol.19, No.2, pp.407-462.
  • Clancy, Alice C. (2007). 'The United States and post-Agreement Northern Ireland, 2001–6', Irish Studies in International Affairs, Vol.18, pp.155-173.
  • Clegg, Cecelia. (2007). 'Embracing a Threatening Other: Identity and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland', International Journal of Public Theology, Vol.1, pp.173-187.
  • Cochrane, Feargal. (2007). ‘Irish-America, the End of the IRA’s Armed Struggle and the Utility of ‘Soft Power’’, Journal of Peace Research, Vol.44, No.2, pp.215-231.
  • Connolly, Christopher K. (2007). 'Seeking the final Court of Justice: the European Court of Human Rights and accountability for state violence in Northern Ireland', San Diego International Law Journal, Vol.9, No.81, pp.81-133.
  • Egan, Suzanne., and Murray, Rachel. (2007). A Charter of Rights for the Island of Ireland: An Unknown Quantity in the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement’, International & Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol.56, pp.797-835.
  • Evans, Jocelyn A.J., and Tonge, Jonathan. (2007). ‘Unionist party competition and the Orange Order vote in Northern Ireland’, Electoral Studies, Vol.26, pp.156-167.
  • Farrington, Christopher. (2007). ‘Reconciliation or Irredentism? The Irish Government and the Sunningdale Communiqué of 1973’, Contemporary European History, Vol.16, pp.89-107.
  • Ferguson, Neil., Binks, Eve., Roe, Mícheál D., Nee Brown, Jessica., Adams, Tiffany., Cruise, Sharon Mary., and Lewis, Christopher Alan. (2007). ‘The IRA Apology of 2002 and Forgiveness in Northern Ireland’s Troubles: A Cross-National Study of Printed Media’, Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol.13, No.1, pp.93-113.
  • Frey, B.S., Luechinger,S., and Stutzer, A. (2007). 'Calculating Tragedy: Assessing the Costs of Terrorism', Journal of Economic Surveys, Vol.21, pp.1-24.
  • Ganiel, Gladys. (2007). '‘Preaching to the Choir?’ An Analysis of DUP Discourses about the Northern Ireland Peace Process', Irish Political Studies, Vol.22, Iss.3, pp.303-320.
  • Grattan, Alan. (2007). ‘The search for identity in the face of diversity: the case of the Protestant 'Loyalist' community of Northern Ireland’, The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Vol.6, No.4, pp.51-59.
  • Guelke, A. (2007). 'The Northern Ireland Peace Process and the War against Terrorism: Conflicting Conceptions?', Government and Opposition, Vol.42, pp.272–291.
  • Hueckel, Catherine. (2007). 'Sinn Fein Without the IRA: Legitimacy or Loss of Popular Support', The Osprey Journal of Ideas and Inquiry, Vol.VI, Paper 31.
  • Jordan, Joanne., Lynch, Una., Moutray, Marianne., O’Hagan, Marie-Therese., Orr, Jean., Peake, Sandra., and Power, John. (2007). ‘Using Focus Groups to Research Sensitive Issues: Insights from Group Interviews on Nursing in the Northern Ireland “Troubles”’, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, Vol.6, No.4, pp.?
  • Kennedy-Pipe, Caroline., and Mumford, Andrew. (2007). ‘Torture, Rights, Rules and Wars: Ireland to Iraq’, International Relations, Vol.21, pp.119-?
  • Lehner, Stefanie. (2007). ‘The Peace Process As Arkhe-Taintment? Glenn Patterson's That Which Was and Eoin McNamee's The Ultras’, Irish Studies Review, Vol.15, Issue 4, November 2007, pp.507-520.
  • Mahon, Peter. (2007). Lacanian 'Pussy': Towards a Psychoanalytic Reading of Patrick McCabe's "Breakfast on Pluto", Irish University Review, Vol.37, No.2 (Autumn - Winter, 2007), pp.441-471.
  • McIntosh, Gillian. (2007). 'Stormont's Ill-Timed Jubilee: The Ulster '71 Exhibition', New Hibernia Review / Iris Éireannach Nua, Vol.11, No.2, (Summer / Samhradh, 2007), pp.17-39.
  • Mozard, Noomi. (2007). 'News Miscellany', Irish Journal of Anthropology, Vol.10, No.1,
  • Mullholland, Marc. (2007). 'Irish Republican Politics and Violence before the Peace Process, 1968–1994', European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire, Volume 14, Issue 3, pp.397-421.
  • Ndahinda, Felix Mukwiza. (2007). 'Victimization of African Indigenous Peoples: Appraisal of Violations of Collective Rights under Victimological and International Law Lenses', International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, Vol.14, (2007), pp.1-23.
  • Ní Laoirea, Caitríona. (2007). 'To name or not to name: reflections on the use of anonymity in an oral archive of migrant life narratives', Social & Cultural Geography, Vol.8, Iss.3, pp.373-390
  • O´Dochartaigh, Niall. (2007). ‘Conflict, territory and new technologies: Online interaction at a Belfast interface’, Political Geography, Vol.26, pp.474-491.
  • O'Neill, Shane. (2007). 'Critical Theory and Ethno-National Conflict: Assessing Northern Ireland's Peace Process as a Model of Conflict Resolution', Irish Political Studies, Vol.22, Issue 4, December 2007, pp.411-431.
  • O'Rawe, Mary. (2007). ‘Human Rights, Transitional Societies and Police Training: Legitimating Strategies and Delegitimating Legacies’, St. John's Journal of Legal Commentary, Vol.22, 2007-2008, pp.199-260.
  • O'Rawe, Mary. (2007). 'Human Rights, Transitional Societies and Police Training: Legitimating Strategies and Delegitimating Legacies', Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development, Vol.22, Iss.1, Summer 2007, Article 5, pp.199-259.
  • Osborne, R.D. (2007). '‘Evidence’ and equality in Northern Ireland', Evidence & Policy, Vol.3, No.1, pp.79-97.
  • Parker, Tom. (2007). ‘Fighting an Antaean Enemy: How Democratic States Unintentionally Sustain the Terrorist Movements They Oppose’, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.19, pp.155-179.
  • Rooney, Eilish. (2007). ‘Engendering transitional justice: questions of absence and silence’, International Journal of Law in Context, Vol.3, pp.173-187.
  • Rooney, Eilish. (2007). ‘Intersectionality in Transition: Lessons From Northern Ireland’, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, Vol.5.
  • Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. (2007). 'The Dynamics Of Nationalist Terrorism: ETA and the IRA', Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.19, Iss.3, pp.289-306.
  • Schaub, Erika Ann., and Darken, Christian J. (2007). 'Utilizing Biological Models to Determine the Recruitment of the Irish Republican Army', International Journal of Human and Social Sciences, Vol.1, No.3, Summer 2007, pp.141-146.
  • Sidaway, James D., and Mayell, Peter. (2007). 'Monumental geographies: re-situating the state', Cultural Geopgraphies, Vol 14, pp.148-155.
  • Simpson, Kirk. (2012). 'Victims of Political Violence: A Habermasian Model of Truth Recovery', Journal of Human Rights, Vol.6, Iss.3, pp.325-343.
  • Southern, Neil. (2007). ‘Territoriality, Alienation, and Loyalist Decommissioning: The Case of the Shankill in Protestant West Belfast’, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.20, pp.66-86.
  • Tausch, Nicole., Hewstone, Miles., Kenworthy, Jared., Cairns, Ed., and Christ, Oliver. (2007). ‘Cross-Community Contact, Perceived Status Differences, and Intergroup Attitudes in Northern Ireland: The Mediating Roles of Individual-level versus Group-level Threats and the Moderating Role of Social Identification’, Political Psychology, Vol.28, No.1, pp.53-68.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9221.2007.00551.x
  • Thompson, Áine. (2007). 'Working with those affected by the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland; risk factors and vulnerability', Counselling Psychology Review, Vol.22, No.3, August 2007, pp.27-36.
  • Torsti, Pilvi. (2007). 'How to deal with a difficult past? History textbooks supporting enemy images in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina', Journal of Curriculum Studies, Vol.39, Iss.1, pp.77-96.
  • Wheatley, Jonathan. (2007). ‘The Economic Status of National Minorities in Europe: A Four-Case Study’, Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, Issue 1.
  • Williams, Sir David. (2007). ‘Ireland 1880-2005: A Constitutional Perspective’ (Address), University of Richmond Law Review, January 2007, Vol.41, pp.345-?

Citations in 36 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Albrecht, Annekathrin. (2007). The breakout of "the troubles" - Inter-communal violence in Northern Ireland. Hausarbeit. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Ball, Elizabeth. (2007). Truth, Power and Inquiry. This paper was presented as part of the ‘Perspectives on Power’ Conference run by Quest, QUB, and sponsored by the AHRC, 2-3 March 2007, Belfast.
  • Bosi, Lorenzo. (2007). 'Social Movement Participation and the “Timing” of Involvement: The Case of the Northern Ireland civil Rights Movement', , Vol. , Iss.27, pp.37-61.
  • Bratic, Vladimir., and Schirch, Lisa. (2007). Why and When to Use the Media for Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding, Issue Paper 6, December 2007.  Netherlands: European Centre for Conflict Prevention/Global Secretariat of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict.
  • Calame, Jon. (2007). Divided cities and ethnic conflict in the urban domain. Paper from the ICCROM Forum, 'Cultural Heritage in Postwar Recovery', held October 4-6, 2005, (edited by Nicholas Stanley-Price). ICCROM Conservation Studies 6, ICCROM, Rome.
  • Castel Tremosa, Antoni. (2007). Anàlisi de la informació sobre els conflictes de l'Àfrica subsahariana a la premsa espanyola (1992-1998). Estudi de tres casos significatius: Somàlia, Rwanda i República Democràtica del Congo. Departament de Periodisme, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
  • Cunningham, Christopher P. (2007). A ‘War on Terror’ in Northern Ireland? Northern Irish Perceptions of the War against Terrorism and the War in Iraq. Political Studies Association of Ireland, Postgraduate Conference, 27-28 April 2007, Trinity College Dublin.
  • De la Calle, Luis., Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. (2007). Killing for Something? A new Approach to the Analysis of Target Selection in Terrorist Organizations, (May 2007). Juan March Institute. codification rules 07.pdf
  • Delisle, Claire. (2008). ‘Special’ Measures in the North of Ireland: An Exploration Using Agamben’s ‘State of Exception’. Département de criminologie, Université d’Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Downing, John. (2007). Terrorism, Torture And Television: "24" in Its Context. Article.pdf
  • Farmer, Stephen-lee. (2007). An Evaluation of Graffiti as a Tool for Conveying Political and Social Messages, (April 2007). BSc Digital Art & Technology, BSc Digital Art & Technology, University of Plymouth.
  • Grattan, Alan. (2007). ‘The search for identity in the face of diversity’, paper presented at, 6th International conference on Diversity in Nations, Communities and Organisations, New Orleans, USA, 16-19 Jun 2006. Melbourne, Australia, Common Ground Publishing, 12pp, 49-61.
  • Ichijo, Atsuko. (2007). The role of ‘Europe’ in Northern Ireland, April 2007. Working Paper Series No.2, Helen Bamber Centre for the Study of Rights and Conflict. London: Kingston University.
  • Jacobson, Staffan. (2007). The International Dictionary of Aerosol Art.
  • Kotarra, Simone. (2007). Der Friedensprozess in Nordirland im Spiegel der irischen, britischen und deutschen Press. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Loukarsky, Vassil. (2007). Komplexität des Nordirlandkonfliktes und diplomatische Initiativen zu seiner friedlichen Lösung. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Malodzinska-Strzebonska, Anna. (2007). Zagrozenie wykluczeniem spolecznym w Malopolsce w swietle wskazników niemonetarnych. rynku net.pdf
  • Morales, Carmen Elena Jimenez. (2007). Analyzing the peace through tourism concept: the challenge for educators.
  • O'Ruairc, Liam. (2007). 'The Agreed Truth & The Real Truth: The New Northern Ireland', Variant, Vol.29, Summer 2007, pp.14-17.
  • Ploger, Jorg. (2007). Belfast City Report, (26 October 2007). Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (An ESRC Research Centre) CASEreport 44.
  • Puff, Brien. (2007). 'Nations on Their Shoulders: How Member Nations' Flags Past and Present Dictate What Their Jerseys Look Like in the International Ice Hockey Federation', Colgate Academic Review, Vol.2, Fall 2007, Article 13.
  • Romens, Anne M. (2007). Re-Imaging Communities or Re-Imaging Heritage? A Look at Northern Ireland's Latest Transformation Program.
  • Side, Katherine. (2007). Women’s Civil and Political Citizenship in the Post-Good Friday Agreement Period in Northern Ireland, Centre for Advancement of Women in Politics, Occasional Paper No.14. Belfast: School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Queen’s University Belfast.
  • Steffens Johannes. (2007). The Police Forces of Northern Ireland - History, Perception and Problems: A short review. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Stewart, Frances., and Langer, Arnim. (2007). Horizontal Inequalities: Explaining persistence and change, CRISE Working Paper No.39, (August 2007), Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity. Oxford: CRISE.
  • Tagar, Zecharya. (2007). Municipal Cooperation across Conflict Divides A Preliminary Study, (September 2007). London, Chatham House: Royal Institute of International Affairs.
  • Thurston, Timothy W. (2007). The Military’s Role in Domestic Terrorism. Thesis, Master of Arts In Security Studies (Homeland Security and Defense), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, (December 2007).
  • Trimble, David. (2007). Misunderstanding Ulster. London: Conservative Friends of Israel.
  • Turbiville, Graham H. (2007). Hunting Leadership Targets in Counterinsurgency and Counterterrorist Operations: Selected Perspectives and Experience. JSOU Report 07-6. Hurlburt Field, Florida: The JSOU Press.
  • Stanescu, Ciprian. (2007). Political and Social Sustainability of Consociational Governance in Northern Ireland. Dissertation, Master of Arts, Department of Political Science, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Schmidt, Christian. (2007). Palästina- und Nordirlandkonflikt in der komparativen Betrachtung. Dissertation, Westfälischen Wilhelms – Universität.
  • Van der Woude, P.W. (2007). Translating Heaney : a study of Sweeney Astray, The cure at Troy, and Beowulf, A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts at Rhodes University.
  • Verdenhalven, Nia. (2007). How far was religion a cause of the troubles in Northern Ireland from the 1960s to the 1980s? Essay. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Wenzl, Stephaine. (2007). "Bloody Sunday" and its evaluation in the press. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Wheatley, Jonathan. (2007). The Economic Dimension of Minority Participation in Europe. ECMI Issue Brief #15, February 2007, European Centre for Minority Issues.
  • White, Jennifer Joelle. (2007). Building Bridges Towards Political Stability: Consociationalism and Social Inclusion in Institutions of Deeply Divided Societies. Thesis, Master of Arts, Athens, Georgia.



Citations in 9 Books:

  • Ben-Porat, G. (2006). Global liberalism, local populism: peace and conflict in Israel/Palestine and Northern Ireland. Syracuse University Press.
  • Brocklehurst, Helen. (2006). Who's Afraid of Chidren?: Children, Conflict and International Relations. (Ethics and global politics). Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
  • Brown, Callum G. (2006). Religion and society in twentieth-century Britain. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited.
  • Cnaan, Ram A., and Milofsky, Carl. (2006). Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organisations. New York: Springer.
  • Corcoran, Mary P., and Peillon, Michel. (2006). Uncertain Ireland: a sociological chronicle, 2003-2004. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration.
  • Geller, Armando. (2006). Macht, Ressourcen und Gewalt: Zur Komplexität zeitgenössischer Konflikte Eine agenten-basierte Modellierung. VDF Hochschulverlag AG.
  • Mulcahy, Aoghan. (2006). Policing Northern Ireland: Conflict, legitimacy and reform. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.
  • Scanlan. Margaret. (2006). Culture and customs of Ireland. Westport: Greenwood Press.
  • Tonge, J. (2006). Northern Ireland. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Citations in 7 Book Chapters:

  • Dugan, Laura., LaFree, Gary., and Fogg, Heather. (2006). 'A First Look at Domestic and International Global Terrorism Events, 1970-1997', Chapter (pp.407-419) in, Mehrotra, Sharad. (2006). Intelligence and Security Informatics, (Proceedings of IEEE International Conference). New York: Springer.
  • Ford, Alan. (2005). 'Living together, living apart: sectarianism in early Northern Ireland', Chapter 1 in, Ford, Alan., and McCafferty, John. (eds) (2005). The Origins of Sectarianism in Early Mordern Ireland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Gilligan, Chris. (2006). ‘Community Responses to Disaster: Northern Ireland 1969 as a Case Study’, Chapter 20 in, Cnaan, Ram A., and Milofsky, Carl. (2006). Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organisations. New York: Springer.
  • Leath, Ted. (2006). Capturing Community Memory with Images', Chapter (pp.72-78) in, Marshall, Stewart., Taylor, Wal., and Yu, Xinghuo. (eds) (2006). Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology. London: Idea Group Reference.
  • Lojek, Helen. (2006). 'Troubling Perspectives: Northern Ireland, the 'Troubles' and Drama', Chapter 27 (pp.329-340) in, Luckhurst, Mary. (ed) (2006). A Companion to Modern British and Irish Drama, 1880-2005. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Milosfsky, Carl. (2006). ‘Small Towns and Mass Society’, Chapter 3 in, Cnaan, Ram A., and Milofsky, Carl. (2006). Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organisations. New York: Springer.
  • Reilly, Paul. (2006). 'Civil society, the Internet and terrorsim: Case studies from Northern Ireland', Chapter 7 in, Oates, Sarah., Owen, Diana., and Gibson, Rachel K. (2006). The Internet and Politics: Citizens, voters and activists. Abingdon: Routledge.

Citations in 46 Journal Articles :

  • Bell, Christine. (2006). ‘Peace Agreements: Their Nature and Legal Status’, American Journal of International Law, Vol.100, pp.373-412.
  • Bilandžić, Mirko. (2006). ‘Perspektive sjevernoirskog sukoba: kraj IRA-e ili jedinstvena Irska’, Polemos: Journal of Interdisciplinary Research on War, Vol.9, No.2, pp.73-99.
  • Bosi, Lorenzo. (2006). ‘The Dynamics of Social Movement Development: Northern Ireland's Civil Rights Movement in The 1960s’, Mobilization: An International Quarterly, Vol.11, No.1, February 2006, pp.81-100.
  • Clarke, Linda M. (2006). 'A Single Transferable Geography? Teaching Geography in a Contested Landscape', International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, Vol.15, No.1, pp.77-91.
  • Collins, Barry. (2006). 'How Does the Nation Plug the Hole in Irish Constitutional Discourse?', Law, Culture and the Humanities, Vol.2, pp.218-238.
  • Cunningham, Chris., and Byrne, Sean. (2006). 'Peacebuilding in Belfast: Urban Governance in Polarized Societies', International Journal on World Peace, Vol.23, No.1, March 2006, pp.41-73.
  • Flannery, Eóin. (2006). 'Gable-Ends and Che Guevara: Political Murals and Postcolonial Ethics', Irish Review, Vol.34, pp.74-90.
  • Gallaher, Carol., and Shirlow, Peter. (2006). 'The geography of loyalist paramilitary feuding in Belfast', Space and Polity, Vol.10, Iss.2, pp.149-169.
  • Gilligan, Chris. (2006). ‘Traumatised by peace? A critique of five assumptions in the theory and practice of conflict-related trauma policy in Northern Ireland’, Policy & Politics, Vol.34, No.2, April 2006, pp.325-345(21).
  • Hagan, Linda. (2006). ‘Missing Voices: Women and the Three "Ps": Politics, Prejudice and Paternalism’, The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, Vol.32, No.1, Women's Irish-Canadian Connections / Les femmes et les liens Irlande-Canada (Spring, 2006), pp.12-22.
  • Hamilton, Michael., and Bryan, Dominic. (2006). ‘Deepening Democracy - Dispute System Design and the Mediation of Contested Parades in Northern Ireland’, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Vol.22, pp.133-188.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2006). ‘The European Union Conception of Conflict Resolution in Northern Ireland’, Cooperation and Conflict, Vol.41, No.3, pp.261-284.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2006). 'Reiterating National Identities The European Union Conception of Conflict Resolution in Northern Ireland', Cooperation and Conflict, Vol.41, No.3, September 2006, pp.261-284.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2006). 'National territory in European space: Reconfiguring the island of Ireland', European Journal of Political Research, Vol.45, Iss.6, pp.897–920.
  • Herron, Tom., and Lynch, John. (2006). ‘Like 'Ghosts who'd Walked Abroad': Faces of the Bloody Sunday Dead’, Visual Culture in Britain, Vol.7, No.1, Summer 2006, pp.59-77(19).
  • Hewstone, M., Cairns, E., Voci, A., Hamberger, J., and Niens, U. (2006). 'Intergroup Contact, Forgiveness, and Experience of “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland', Journal of Social Issues, Vol.62, pp.99–120.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-4560.2006.00441.x
  • Hodgett, Susan. (2006). 'Multilevel Governance: Policy and Interpretive Approaches in One European Region', Politics & Policy, Vol.34, Iss.4, Dec. 2006, pp.726–746.
    DOI : 10.1111/j.1747-1346.2006.00038.x
  • Holland, Robert. (2006). '(De-)Rationalizing the irrational: Discourse as culture/ideology', Critical Discourse Studies, Vol.3, Issue 1, pp.37-59.
  • Kaufmann, Eric., and Patterson, Henry. (2006). 'Intra-Party Support for the Good Friday Agreement in the Ulster Unionist Party', Political Studies, Vol.54, pp.509–532.
  • Lisle, Debbie. (2006). ‘Local Symbols, Global Networks: Rereading the Murals of Belfast’, Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, Vol.31, Issue 1, January 2006, pp.27-52.
  • Lochery, Neill. (2006). 'Learning the Lessons: Peacemaking in Israel and Northern Ireland’, Israel Affairs, Vol.12, Issue 2, April 2006, pp.234-252.
  • Lynch, John. (2006). ‘Turbulent Times: Bloody Sunday and the Civil Rights Movement’, Journal for Cultural Research, Vol.10, Issue 3, July 2006, pp.275-291.
  • Mac an Airchinnigh, Mícheál. (2006). ‘Physicality of Soul’, Преглед НЦД, Vol.8, pp.85-103.
  • McCully, Alan. (2006). ‘Practitioner perceptions of their role in facilitating the handling of controversial issues in contested societies: a Northern Irish experience’, Educational Review, Vol.58, No.1, pp.51-65.
  • McEvoy, Joanne. (2006). ‘The Institutional Design of Executive Formation in Northern Ireland’, Regional & Federal Studies, Vol.16, Issue 4, (December 2006), pp.447-464.
  • McLaughlin, Katrina., Trew, Karen., and Muldoon, Orla T. (2006). ‘Religion, ethnicity and group identity: Irish adolescents' views’, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Vol.12: pp.599-616.
  • Morales-Ladrón, Marisol. (2006). "Troubling" Thrillers: Between Politics and Popular Fiction in the novels of Benedict Kiely, Brian Moore and Colin Bateman’, Estudios Irlandeses, No.1, pp. 58-66.
  • Morisi, Paolo. (2006). 'The Northern Ireland Peace Process and the Nationalist Political Parties: A Shift Towards Consociational Democracy', Peace Conflict & Development, Issue 8, January 2006. 06 MORISI.pdf
  • Murray, Edmundo. (2006). 'Explosive Journey Perceptions of Latin America in the FARC-IRA Affair, 2001-2005', Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, Vol.4, No.2: March 2006, pp.68-79.
  • Niens, Ulrike., Reilly, Jacqueline., and McLaughlin, Roisin. (2006). 'The Need for Human Rights Education in Northern Ireland: A Pupil Survey', Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol.12, No.3, Sep 2006, pp.251-268.
  • Radsan, A. John. (2006). 'A Better Model for Interrogating High-Level Terrorists', Temple Law Review, Vol.79, Winter 2006, pp.1227-1289.
  • Ramraj, Victor V. (2006). ‘Counter-Terrorism Policy and Minority Alienation: Some Lessons from Northern Ireland’, Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, pp.385-404.
  • Restrepo, J.A., Spagat, M., and Vargas, J.F. (2006). ‘Special Data Feature; The Severity of the Colombian Conflict: Cross-Country Datasets Versus New Micro-Data’, Journal of Peace Research, Vol.43, No.1, pp.99-115.
  • Rolston, Bill. (2006). ‘Dealing with the Past: Pro-State Paramilitaries, Truth and Transition in Northern Ireland’, Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.28, pp.652-675.
  • Rynder, Constance. (2006). ‘Sheelagh Murnaghan And The Struggle For Human Rights In Northern Ireland’, Irish Studies Review, Vol.14, Issue 4, November 2006, pp.447-463.
  • Schornig, Niklas, and Lembcke, Alexander C. (2006). 'The Vision of War without Casualties On the Use of Casualty Aversion in Armament Advertisements', Journal of Conflict Resolution, April 2006, Vol.50, No.2, pp.204-227.
  • Side, Katherine. (2006). ‘Contract, Charity, and Honorable Entitlement: Social Citizenship and the 1967 Abortion Act in Northern Ireland after the Good Friday Agreement’, Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, Vol.13, No.1, pp.89-116.
  • Side, Katherine. (2006). ‘Picture Politics: Womens' Efforts to Address Sectarianism in Rural Northern Ireland’, The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, Vol.32, No.1, pp.23-31.
  • Thompson, Joseph E. (2006). ‘Building Peace One Student at a Time: Northern Ireland's School Integration’, Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict, 2006-2007 Annual Edition, pp.1-19.
  • Tonge, Jonathan. (2006). 'Sinn Féin and 'New Republicanism' in Belfast', Space and Polity, Vol.10, Iss.2, pp.135-147.
  • Turns, David. (2006). The “War on Terror” through British and International Humanitarian Law Eyes: Comparative perspectives on selected legal issues’, New York City Law Review, Vol.435, pp.435-478.
  • Wallace, Paul., and McDonnell, Sean. (2006). 'Deal With the Devil: Negotiating the Threat of Terrorism', University of Missouri Peace Studies Review, Vol.1, Issue 2, March 2006, pp.9-17.
  • White, G.D. (2006). ‘'Quite a Profound Day': The Public Performance of Memory by Military Witnesses at at the Bloody Sunday Tribunal’, Theatre Research International, 31: 174-187
  • Williams, David. (2006). Ireland 1880-2005; A Constitutional Perspective’, University of Richmond Law Review, Vol.41, pp.345-368.
  • Young, Wendy. (2006). 'Seeing the bigger picture of local and global citizenship', Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol.6, Autumn 2006, pp.92-95.
  • Zuelow, EricG.E. (2006). '“Ingredients for Cooperation”: Irish Tourism in North-South Relations, 1924-1998', New Hibernia Review / Iris Éireannach Nua, Vol.10, No.1 (Spring / Earrach 2006), pp.17-39.

Citations in 26 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Becevic, Zulmir. (2006). Varför terrorism? - en studie av Irländska republikanska armén (Why terrorism? – a study of the Irish Republican Army). Department of Political Science, School of Social Sciences, Växjö University.
  • Cliff, Amanda V. (2006). Disinhibition and Terrorism. A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Arts in Political Science in the University of Canterbury.
  • De la Calle, Luis., Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. (2006). The Production of Terrorist Violence: Analyzing Target Selection Within the IRA and ETA. Estudio/Working Paper 2006/230, December 2006.
  • Demleitner, Patrizia. (2006). Die Ereignisse des “Bloody Sunday“ am 30. Januar 1972. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Donald, Richard D. (2006). 'Civil Liberties v National Security in Times of Crisis: The Past Use of Internment without Trial in the United States and the United Kingdom and the Lessons for the Ongoing `War on Terror', bepress Legal Series, Year 2006, Paper 1299.
  • Grego, Kim Serena. (2006). The Language of Conflict in Northern Ireland: Gerry Adams vs. Ian Paisley. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
  • Hammond, Gregory. (2006). The Demographic Timebomb - Are Northern Ireland's days in the United Kingdom numbered? / M.A. Research Paper, (March 2006), [PDF; 353KB]. London: King's College London.
  • Henriksen, Helle Riis., et al. (2006). Konflikten I Nordirland. Roskilde Universitetscenter.
  • Hiom, Debra. (2006). 'Retrospective on the RDN', Ariadne (Web Magazine for Information Professionals), 30 April 2006, Issue 47.
  • Ichijo, Atsuko. (2006). Regions, minorities and European integration: A case study on Northern Ireland. A case study report for EUROREG. London: Kingston University.
  • Johnsen, Kadett Heidi Kraft. (2006). Konflikten i Nord-Irland - Stein Rokkans modeller som innfallsvinkel. Hovedoppgave, LKSK II/2 Modul VI.
  • Lum, Cynthia., Kennedy, Leslie W., and Sherley, Alison J. (2006). The Effectiveness of Counter-Terrorism Strategies - A Campbell Systematic Review, (January 2006).
  • Magarrell, Lisa., and Gutierrez, Blaz. (2006). Lessons in Truth-Seeking: International Experiences Informing United States Initiatives. Conference Report Series, International Centre for Transitional Justice, New York, September 2006.
  • McCormick, Jonathan. (2006). ‘Make Geography History’, Fortnight, No.445, (June-July 2006), p.5.
  • Meehan, Elizabeth. (2006). Borders and Employment: opportunities and barriers, Mapping Frontiers, Plotting Pathways, IBIS Working Paper No.15. Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College Dublin, and the Institute of Governance, Queen’s University Belfast. Belfast: QUB.
  • Phillips, William. (2006). Extremist Religious Ideologies and Military Strategy. Thesis, Master of Military Art and Science, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
  • Ploss, Katharina. (2006). [PDF] The Spirits That Were Called: The Bloody Sunday Inquiry and the Reconciliation Process in Northern Ireland, Thesis submitted to the Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Mast of Arts, Sabanci University, (June 2006).
  • Rooney, Michael J. (2006). An End to the Troubles: Unionism, Nationalism and the Path to Peace. Thesis, Master of Arts In Security Studies (Homeland Security and Defense), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, (December 2006).
  • Rothe, Janine. (2006). Integrated Schools in Northern Ireland: A chance for peace? University of Potsdam. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Schaub, Erika Ann. (2006). Utilizing Biological Models to Determine the Recruitment of the IRA by modelling the voting behaviour of Sinn Féin, Thesis, Master of Arts in Security Studies (Homeland Security And Defense), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, (March 2006).
  • Schmelzle, Beatrix. (2006). Training for Conflict Transformation-An Overview of Approaches and Resources. Berghof Handbook for Conflict, Berghof Research Center for Constructive Conflict Management, First launch November 2006.
  • Schollmeyer, Matthias. (2006). Brian Friel’s “translations”. Irish Drama and Literature in Transition: A New Conscience of Irish culture and Identity at the End of the 20th Century. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Sharoni, Simona. (2006). Gender and Political Change in Israel/Palestine and the North of Ireland.
  • Sonestedt, Niklas. (2006). Lojalisternas uppkomst och fortsatta existens i Nordirlandkonflikten. Lulea Tekniska Universitet.
  • Steffens, Johannes. (2006). The police forces of Northern Ireland-history, perception and problems. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Weber, Kathrin. (2006). Subjektive Bewertung der chilenischen Subjektive Bewertung der chilenischen Subjektive Bewertung der chilenischen. Philipps Universität Marburg.
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Citations in 3 Books:

  • Kegley, Charles W. (2005). World Politics: Trend and Transformation. Boston, USA: Thomson Wadsworth. P.439.
  • Melaugh, Eamon. (2005). Derry - The Troubled Years. Derry: Guildhall Press.
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Citations in 6 Book Chapters:

  • Cairns, Ed., Tam, Tania., Hewstone, Miles., and Niens, Ulrike. (2005). 'Intergroup Forgiveness and Intergroup Conflict: Northern Ireland, A Case Study', Chapter 28 in, Worthington, Everett L. (ed) (2005). Handbook of Forgiveness. Hove: Routledge.
  • Ford, Alan. (2005). 'Living together, living apart: sectarianism in early modern Ireland', Chapter 1 in, Ford, Alan., and McCafferty, John. (2005). The Origins of Sectarianism in Early Modern Ireland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Jackson, Brian A. (2005). 'Provisional Irish Republican Army', Chapter 5 in, Jackson, Brian A., et al. (eds) (2005). Volume 2: Case Studies of Organizational Learning in Five Terrorist Groups. Santa Monica: Rand Corporation.
  • Reilly, Jackie., Niens, Ulrike., and McLaughlin, Roisin. (2005). 'Education for a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland', Chapter 4 in, Osler, Audrey. (ed) (2005). Teachers, human rights and diversity. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books Limited.
  • Schmitt, David E. (2005). 'The Impact of September 11 on Terrorism and Peace Processes in Northern Ireland', Chapter 19 in, Crotty, William. (ed) (2005). Democratic Development and Political Terrorism: The Global Perspective. Northeastern University Press.
  • Woodwell, Douglas. (2005). 'The "Troubles" of Northern Ireland: Civil Conflict in an Economically Well-Developed State', Chapter 6 in, Collier, Paul., and Sambanis, Nicholas. (eds) (2005). Understanding Civil War: evidence and analysis. Washington: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank.

Citations in 30 Journal Articles:

  • Bell, Christine., and Keenan, Johanna. (2005). ‘Lost on the Way Home? The Right to Life in Northern Ireland ’, Journal of Law and Society, Vol.32 Issue 1, pp.68-89.
  • Calkin, Abigail B. (2005). 'Precision Teaching: The Standard Celeration Charts', The Behavior Analyst Today, Vol.6, Iss.4, pp.207-213.
  • Campbell, Colm. (2005). ‘Wars On Terror’ And Vicarious Hegemons: The UK, International Law, And The Northern Ireland Conflict’, International & Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol.54, pp.321-356.
  • Dawson, Graham. (2005). 'Trauma, Place and the Politics of Memory: Bloody Sunday, Derry, 1972–2004', History Workshop Journal, Issue 59, No.1, pp.151-178.
  • Dillenburger, Karola., and Keenan, Mickey. (2005). 'Bereavement: a DISC analysis', Behaviour and Social Issues, Vol.14, pp.92-112.
  • Friedberg, James J. (2005). 'Ambiguity, Sovereignty, and Identity in Ireland: Peace and Transition', Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Vol.20, No.1, pp.113-173.
  • Graham, Colin. (2005). ‘Every Passer-by a Culprit?’, Third Text, Vol.19, No.5, pp.567-580.
  • Grozev, Kostadin., and Boyadjiev, Nadia. (2005). 'Setting the Research and Teaching Agenda of Transatlantic Security Studies: Some Notes on Multi-track Diplomacy and International Intervention', Managerial Law, Vol.47, Iss.3, pp.61-69.
  • Jung, Courtney., Lust-Okar, Ellen., and Shapiro, Ian. (2005). 'Problems and Prospects for Democratic Settlements: South Africa as a Model for the Middle East and Northern Ireland?', Politics Society, Vol.33, pp.277-326.
  • Kocher, Matthew. (2005). 'Barricadas y guerra civil: explicación de los disturbios en Irlanda del Norte', Política y Gobierno, Vol.XII, Núm.2, 2005, pp.277-311.
  • Lacina, Bethany., and Gleditsch, Nils Petter. (2005). ‘Monitoring Trends in Global Combat: A New Dataset of Battle Deaths’, European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie, Vol.21, Numbers 2-3, June 2005, pp.145-166.
    DOI 10.1007/s10680-005-6851-6
  • Lavery, Gavin G., and Horan, Ene. (2005). 'Clinical Review: Communication and logistics in the response to the 1998 terrorist bombing in Omagh, Northern Ireland', Critical Care 2005, Vol.9, pp.401-408.
  • Lupkin, Stanley N., and Lewandowski, Edgar J. (2005). 'Independent Private Sector Inspectors General: Privately Funded Overseers of the Public Integrity', NY Litigator Journal, Summer 2005, Vol.10, No.1, pp.6-19.
  • Lynch, Catherine. (2005). 'Implementing the Northern Ireland Peace Settlement: Factionalism and Implementation Design', Irish Studies in International Affairs, Vol.16, pp.209-234.
  • Mailhes, Christian. (2005). 'Northern Ireland in Transition: The Role of Justice', Estudios Irlandeses, No.0, 2005, pp.77-90.
  • McAuley, James.W. (2005). 'Changing Loyalist Politics after the Belfast Agreement', Irish Political Studies, Vol.20 No.3, pp.323-340.
  • McAuley, James.W. (2005). 'Whither New Loyalism? Changing Loyalist Politics after the Belfast Agreement', Irish Political Studies, Vol.20, Issue 3, pp.323-340.
  • McCormick, Jonathan., and Jarman, Neil. (2005). 'Death of a Mural', Journal of Material Culture, Vol.10, No.1, pp.49–71.
  • Moeschberger, Scott L., Dixon , David N.,Niens, Ulrike., and Cairns , Ed. (2005). 'Forgiveness in Northern Ireland : Model for Peace in the Midst of the "Troubles" ', Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol.11, No.2, pp.199-214.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2005). 'From Revolution to Devolution: Is the IRA Still a Threat to Peace in Northern Ireland?', Journal of Contemporary European Studies, Vol.13, No.1, April 2005, pp. 79-92.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2005). 'The bullet and the ballot box: The case of the IRA', Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol.28, Iss.6, pp.941–975.
  • Ní Aoláin, Fionnuala., and Campbell, Colm. (2005). 'The Paradox of Transition in Conflicted Democracies', Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.27, pp.172-213.
  • O'Rawe, Mary. (2005). 'Human Rights and Police Training in Transitional Societies: Exporting the Lessons of Northern Ireland', Human Rights Quarterly, Vol.27, pp943-968.
  • Paukšte, Doktorantas Arunas. (2005). 'Pagrindinés Siuolaikinio Terorizmo Ideologinés Kryptys', Jurisprudencija, 2005, t. 68(60); pp.83–90.
  • Rolston, B. and Scraton, P. (2005). 'In the Full Glare of English Politics Ireland: Inquiries and the British State', British Journal of Criminology, Vol.45, pp.547-564.
  • Silver, Susan., Shields, John., Wilson, Sue., and Scholtz, Antonie. (2005). 'The Excluded, the Vulnerable and the Reintegrated in a Neoliberal Era: Qualitative Dimensions of the Unemployment Experience', Socialist Studies / Études socialistes, Vol.1, No.1.
  • Smyth, Jim. (2005). 'The road to God knows where: Understanding Irish republicanism', Capital and Class, Vol.29, No.2, pp.135-158.
  • Spruogis, Ernestas. (2005). 'Tarptautinis Terorizmas Ir Legitimiu Priemoniu Kovojant Su Juo Naudojimas', Jurisprudencija, t. 68(60); pp.74-82.
  • Sylvan, Donald A., Grove, Andrea., and Jeffrey D. Martinson, Jeffrey.D. (2005). ‘Problem Representation and Conflict Dynamics in the Middle East and Northern Ireland ’, Foreign Policy Analysis, Vol. 1 Issue 3, pp.279-299.
  • Terceno, Joaquin P. (2005). 'Burying the Truth: The Murder of Belfast Human Rights Lawyer Patrick Finucane and Britain's Secret Public Inquires', Fordham Law Review, Vol.74, pp.3297-3332.

Citations in 21 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Ackovska, Nevena. et al. (2005). Software for digitization of ancient glagolic handwritten manuscripts. Institute of Informatics, Faculty of Sciences, Skopje, Macedonia.
  • Bezak, Reta., et al. (2005). Dodging Bullets: a comparative case study of regional instability and devolution in the basque country and northern ireland. (10 June 2005). Carleton College Maastricht Seminar
  • Bihler, Rebecca. (2005). Miscarriages in the British legal system - "The Guildford Four" and "The Birmingham Six". Seminar Paper, Universitat Knostanz. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Bukantz, Dorothy., Cahill, Sean., Cullen, James P., and McCabe, Stephen M. (2005). Law and Lawlessness: Orange Parades in Northern Ireland, Summer 2004 International Observers' Report. Belfast: Irish Parades Emergency Committee and Brehon Law Society.
  • Cakwe, Mandisa. (2005). Understanding educator-mediated conflict resolution in a preschool environment : the experiences and feelings of preschool educators. Thesis, Masters in Research Psychology, Rhodes University.
  • Coakley, John. (2005). The Future of North-South Bodies. IBIS working paper No.53, Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College Dublin.
  • D'Elia, José Luis Iparraguirre. (2005). The Quality of Life in Northern Ireland. (ERINI Monograph 1). Belfast: Economic Research Institute of Northern Ireland Ltd.
  • Hamber, Brandon. (2005). "Blocks to the Future" A Pilot Study of the Long-term Psychological Impact of the ‘No Wash/Blanket’ Protest. Belfast: Action and Research International, Consulting Services by Brandon Hamber and Associates. Blocks to the Future.pdf
  • Hannon, Jeffery A. (2005). Network Centric Warfare and Its Effect on Unit of EmploymentX (UEX) Use of Mission Command, A Monograph. United States Army Command and General Staff College, School of Advanced Military Studies, United States Army, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2005). Multilevel border conflicts on the island of Ireland: A study in practice, portrayal and persistence, Working Papers Series in EU Border Conflicts Studies (EUBorderConf). No.19, October 2005. Belfast: Queen’s University Belfast.
  • Kelly, Grainne. (2005). 'Storytelling' Audit: An audit of personal story, narrative and testimony initiatives related to the conflict in and about Northern Ireland, (September 2005), [PDF; 798KB]. Belfast: Healing Through Remembering Project.
  • Korte, Raven Nicole. (2005). Is Counter Terrorism Counterproductive? The Case of Northern Ireland. Thesis, Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Maryland.
  • Lundy, Patricia., and McGovern, Mark. (2005). 'Community-based Approaches to Post-Conflict 'Truth-Telling': Strengths and Limitations', Shared Space, Iss.1, pp35-52.
  • Mac an Airchinnigh, Mícheál. (2005). Physicality of Soul (Fisic an Anama), (15 June 2005). Department of Computer Science University of Dublin Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Maccaferri, Marzia. (2005). 'Britain', Europe Press Research, Quarterly Analysis, July-September 2005.
  • Mandler, Michael., and Spagat, Michael. (2005). Human Rights Conditions on Foreign Aid can Backfire. Royal Holloway, University of London.
  • Pál, Monika Éva. (2005). " E pluribus unum?" Az 1998-as Nagypénteki Egyezmény: konfliktuskezelés Észak-Irországban, PhD értekezés. Budapesti Közgazdaságtudományi és Államigazgatási Egyetem.
  • Senftleben, Anett. (2005). Der eigene Unterricht: Analyse der Entwürfe und Kritik. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Sieger, Lisa. (2005). International Mediation in Northern Ireland. An Analysis of the Influence of International Intermediaries on the Process and the Outcome of the Northern Irish Peace Process from 1994 to mid-2004. Arbeitspapiere zur Internationalen Politik und Außenpolitik, AIPA 4/2005, Universität zu Köln.
  • Tommasoli, Massimo. (2005). Representative Democracy and Capacity Development for Responsible Politics. Paper presented at the Sixth Global Forum on Reinventing Government, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 24-27 May 2005.
  • Turel, Thijs. (2005). Learning Terrorist Organisations. (Thesis?).



Citations in 9 Books:

  • Agnès Maillot, Agnes. (2004). The New Sinn Fein: Irish Republicanism in the Twenty-First Century. Oxford : Routledge.
  • Bell, Christine. (2004). Peace Agreements and Human Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Caunce, Stephen. (eds) (2004). Relocating Britishness: Studies in Popular Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press
  • Davenport, Fionn., Hannigan, Des., O'Carroll, Oda., and Wilson, Neil. (2004). Lonely Planet Ireland. Lonely Planet. P.550.
  • Lynch, Timothy J. (2004). Turf War: The Clinton Admiinistration and Northern Ireland. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
  • Madden, Finbar., and McBride, Jim. (2004). History for CCEA GCSE. Hodder & Stoughton Educational.
  • Peatling, G.K. (2004). The Failure of the Northern Ireland Peace Process. Dublin: Irish Academic Press.
  • Peele, Gillian. (2004). Governing the Uk: British Politics in the 21st Century. Blackwell Publishing.
  • Teichmann Iris. (2004). Terrorism: The Facts Behind the Headlines. The Creative Company.

Citations in 6 Book Chapters:

  • Cowling, Mark. (2004). Northern Ireland: Plenty of Problems for the Future', in, Morland, Dave., and Cowling, Mark. (eds) (2004). Political Issues for the Twenty-First Century. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
  • Harris, Clodagh. (2004). 'The Northern Ireland peace process: obstacles remain', Chapter 3 (pp.34-55) in, Collins, Neil., and Cradden, Terry. (eds) (2004; 3rd edition). Political Issues in Ireland Today. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Liebes, Tamar., and Kampf, Zohar. (2004). The PR of Terror: How new-style wars give voice to terrorists, Chapter 4 in, Allan, Stuart., and Zelizer, Barbie. (eds) (2004). Reporting War: Journalism in Wartime. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • McCrudden, Christopher. (2004). 'Northern Ireland, the Belfast Agreement, and the British Constitution', Chapter in, Jowell, Jeffrey., and Oliver, Dawn. (eds) (2004). The Changing Constitution (Fifth Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Ross, Marc Howard. (2004). Ritual and the Politics of Reconciliation, Chapter 9 in, Bar-Siman-Tov, Yaacov. (ed) (2004). From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Wilson, Robin., and Wilford, Rick. (2004). Northern Ireland: Renascent?, Chapter 4in, Trench, Alan. (ed) (2004). Has Devolution Made a Difference? The State of the Nations 2004. Exeter: Imprint Academic.

Citations in 28 Journal Articles:

  • Bass, Christopher., and Smith, M.L.R. (2004). 'The Dynamic of Irwin's Forgotten Army: A Strategic Understanding of the British Army's Role in Northern Ireland after 1998', Small Wars and Insurgencies, Vol.15, No.3, Winter 2004, pp.1-27.
  • Biderman, Michael Hayes. (2004). A Potentially Dublious New Front in the War on Terrorism: State-Sponsored Civil Suits and the Omagh Bombing', Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol.14, pp.803-829.
  • Bilandžić, Mirko. (2004). 'Sjeverna Irska između rata i mira' (Northern Ireland Between War and Peace), Polit. misao, Vol.XLI, br. 2, str. pp.135–160
  • Church, Cheyanne., Visser, Anna., and Shepherd Johnson, Laurie. (2004). 'A path to peace or persistence? The "single identity" approach to conflict resolution in Northern Ireland', Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Vol.21, Issue 3, pp.273 - 293.
    DOI: 10.1002/crq.63
  • Féron, Élise. (2004). 'Irlande du Nord: le radicalisme comme rançon de la paix?', Critique internationale, 1/2004, No.22, pp.17-24.
    DOI : 10.3917/crii.022.0017.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2004). ‘The politics of nuance: Irish official discourse on Northern Ireland’, Irish Political Studies, Vol.19, Issue 1, pp.18-38.
  • Hegarty, Angela. (2004). ‘Truth, Law and Official Denial: The Case of Bloody Sunday’, Criminal Law Forum, Vol.15, Numbers 1-2, pp.199-246.
  • Hughes, Joanne., and Donnelly, Caitlin. (2004). 'Attitudes to Community Relations in Northern Ireland: Signs of Optimism in the Post Cease-Fire Period?', Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.16, No.3, pp.567-592.
  • Jurgens, Jill C., and McAuliffe, Garrett. (2004). Short-Term Study-Abroad Experience in Ireland: An Exercise in Cross-Cultural Counseling, International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, Vol.26, No.2, June 2004, pp.147-161.
  • Kienzle, Benjamin. (2004). 'Irlanda do Norte cinco anos despois do Acordo do Venres Santo: outra vez na encrucillada', Tempo Exterior / nº 7, pp.95-112.
  • Kilpatrick, Rosemary., and Leitch, Ruth. (2004). Teachers' and Pupils' Educational Experiences and School-Based Responses to the Conflict in Northern', Journal of Social Issues, Vol.60, No.3, pp.563-586.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.0022-4537.2004.00372.x
  • McAuley, James.W. (2004). ‘Just Fighting to Survive’: Loyalist paramilitary politics and the Progressive Unionist Party, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.16, No.3, Autumn 2004, pp.522-543.
  • McAuley, James W. (2004). ‘Peace and Progress? Political and Social Change Among Young Loyalists in Northern Ireland ’, Journal of Social Issues, Vol.60, Issue 3, pp.541-562.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.0022-4537.2004.00371.x
  • McAuley, James W. (2004). ‘Fantasy Politics? Restructuring Unionism after the Good Friday Agreement’, Éire-Ireland, Vol. 39, No.1 & 2, pp.189-214.
  • McCann, Gerard., and Hainsworth, Paul. (2004). 'Change at Last: The 2004 European Election in Northern Ireland', Irish Political Studies, Vol.19, No.2, pp.96-111.
  • McElrath, Karen. (2004). ‘Drug use and drug markets in the context of political conflict: The case of Northern Ireland ’, Addiction Research and Theory, Vol.12, No.6, pp.577-590.
  • McGlynn, Claire., Niens, Ulrike., Cairns , Ed., and Hewstone, Miles. (2004). ‘Moving out of conflict: the contribution of integrated schools in Northern Ireland to identity, attitudes, forgiveness and reconciliation’, Journal of Peace Education, Vol.1, No.2, pp.147-163.
  • McKenzie, Ian K. (2004). 'The Stockholm Syndrome Revisited', Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations, Vol.4, Iss.1, pp.5-21.
  • McLernon, Frances., Cairns , Ed., Hewstone, Miles. and Smith, Ron. (2004). ‘The Development of Intergroup Forgiveness in Northern Ireland ’, Journal of Social Issues, Vol.60, Issue 3, pp.587-601.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.0022-4537.2004.00373.x
  • Mitchell, Claire., and Tilley, James R. (2004). ‘The Moral Minority: Evangelical Protestants in Northern Ireland and Their Political Behaviour’, Political Studies, Vol. 52, pp.585–602.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9248.2004.00497.x
  • Monaghan, Rachel. (2004). ‘‘An Imperfect Peace’: Paramilitary ‘Punishments’ In Northern Ireland’, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.16, No.3, pp.430-461.
  • n.a. (2004). 'Associations, Research Networks and Internet Sources', Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, Vol.4, No.1, pp.103-119.
  • O'Clery, Conor. (2004). 'Stories from a Foreign Correspondent: The "Irish Times" Abroad', Radharc, Vol.5/7, 2004-2006, pp.287-307.
  • O'Kelly, C. (2004). ‘Politics of Identity - V: Being Irish’, Government and Opposition, Vol.39, No.3, pp.504-520.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1477-7053.2004.00132.x
  • Rolston, Bill. (2004). ‘The War of the Walls: political murals in Northern Ireland ’, Museum International, Vol.56, Issue 3, pp.38-45.
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1350-0775.2004.00480.x
  • Smith, Allison G. (2004). ‘From Words to Action: Exploring the Relationship between a Group's Value References and Its Likelihood of Engaging in Terrorism’, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Vol.27, No.5, pp.409-437.
  • Walsh, Walter J. (2004). 'William Sampson, a Republican Constitution, and the Conundrum of Orangeism on American Soil, 1824-1831', Radharc, Vol.5/7, 2004-2006, pp.1-32.
  • Williamson, Arthur P., Beattie, Rona S., and Osborne, Stephen P. (2004). 'Addressing fragmentation and social exclusion through community involvement in rural regeneration partnerships: evidence from the Northern Ireland experience', Policy & Politics, Vol.32, No.3, pp.351–369.

Citations in 23 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Anderlini, Sanam Naraghi., and Stanski, Victoria. (2004). Conflict Prevention.
  • Ansari, Fahad. (2004). Terror in the Name of Anti-Terrorism: The UK in 2004. Wembly: Islamic Human Rights Commission.
  • Baginsky, William. (2004). Peer mediation in the UK: a guide for schools Written for the Daphne Project: ROI – Violence among children and young people: intervention programmes in schools. London : NSPCC Publications and Information Unit.
  • Ceccato, Vânia., and Haining, Robert. (2004). 'Crime in Border Regions: The Scandinavian Case of Öresund, 1998–2001', Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol.94, Iss.4, pp.807-826.
  • Coakley, John. (2004) . Ethnic Conflict and the Two-State Solution: The Irish Experience of Partition. IBIS Working Paper No.42. Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College Dublin.
  • Ewart, Shirley., and Schubotz, Dirk. (2004). Voices behind the Statistics: Young People's Views of Sectarianism in Northern Ireland. September 2004. London: National Children's Bureau.
  • Farrington, Christopher. (2004). Models of civil society and their implications for the Northern Ireland peace process. IBIS Working Paper No.43. Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College Dublin.
  • Frey, Bruno S., Luechinger, Simon., and Stutzer, Alois. (2004). 'Valuing Public Goods: The Life Satisfaction Approach', IEW Working Paper No.184, Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, University of Zurich.
  • Frey, Bruno S., Luechinger, Simon., and Stutzer, Alois. (2004). 'Calculating Tragedy: Assessing the Costs of Terrorism’, IEW Working Paper No.131, Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, University of Zurich.
  • Frey, Bruno S., Luechinger, Simon., and Stutzer, Alois. (2004). The Life Satisfaction Approach to the Value of Public Goods: The Case of Terrorism. (26 October 2004). University of Zurich.
  • Giesing, Gesa. (2004). Chicano Murals and the Construction of Home. Seminar Paper. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Girard, Bernard. (2004). Tortures en Irak: l’inquiétante candeur américaine.
  • Harris, Mary. (2004). Religious Divisions, Discrimination and the Struggle for Dominance in Northern Ireland. Galway: National University of Ireland.
  • Hayward, Katy. (2004). Defusing the conflict in Northern Ireland: Pathways of influence for the European Union, Working Papers Series in EU Border Conflicts Studies (EUBorderConf). No.2, January 2004, [ PDF]. Birmingham: The University of Birmingham.
  • Jung, Courtney., Lust-Okar, Ellen., and Shapiro, Ian. (2004). 'Problems and prospects for democratic settlements: South Africa as a model for the Middle East and Northern Ireland?', Politics and Society, 26 October 2004, Yale University.
  • Kienzle, Benjamin. (2004). Northern Ireland Five Years after the Good Friday Agreement: Again at the Crossroads?
  • Llewellyn, John., and Dew, John. (2004). Prospects for Iraq: Some Lessons from History. Global Economics, 7 June 2004, Lehman Brothers, [Unpublished Report]
  • n.a. (2004). Focus on the Middle East and North Africa, Small Arms and Human Security Bulletin, Issue 2, February 2004.
  • Paschkowski, Katharian. (2004). Analytische Betrachtung des Einflusses terroristischer Auseinandersetzungen auf den Tourismus anhand der touristischen Entwicklung der Destination Nordirland. Diplomarbeit. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Potter, Michael. (2004). Women, Civil Society and Peacebuilding: Paths to Peace Through the Empowerment of Women. Belfast: Training for Women Network.
  • Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. (2004). Terrorism as War of Attrition: ETA and the IRA. Estudio Working Paper 2004/204, June 2004.
  • Schmitt, David.E. (2004?). ‘The US War on Terrorism and Its Impact on the Politics of Accommodation in Northern Ireland’, Delivered at Queen’s University, Belfast, 11 June 2004, at a conference entitled ‘Interpreting ongoing crises in the Northern Ireland Peace Process: International Dimensions’.
  • Walewski, Paul M.A. (2004). Combating international terrorism : a study of whether the responses by the UK and US to the events of 9/11 are compatible with respect for fundamental human rights. Master of Laws (LL.M.) Thesis, School of Law, University of British Columbia.


Citations in 9 Books:

  • Bar-Siman-Tov, Yaacov. (ed) (2003). From Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation. Oxford University Press US.
  • Bourke, Richard. (2003). Peace in Ireland: The War of Ideas. London: Pimlico.
  • Cragin, Kim., and Chalk, Peter. (2003). Terrorism and Development. Rand Corporation.
  • Derkins, Susie. (2003). The Irish Republican Army. The Rosen Publishing Group. P.60.
  • Hogwood, Patricia., and Roberts, Geoffrey K. (2003; 2nd edition). European Politics Today. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Knoll, Christian Ludwig. (2003). Verhandlungssache: Die britische Regierung und die Einbindung der republikanischen Bewegung in den Verhandlungsprozess zum nordirischen Friedensabkommen. Nordthor Verlag.
  • Neuheiser, Jorg., and Wolff, Stefan. (eds) (2003). Peace at Last: The Impact of the Good Friday Agreement on Northern Ireland. New York & London: Berghahn Books.
  • Schneider, Jane., and Susser, Ida. (eds) (2003). Wounded Cities: Destruction and Reconstruction in a Globalized World. Berg: New York.
  • Thackrah, John Richard. (2003). Dictionary of Terrorism. Routledge.

Citations in 1 Book Chapters:

  • Bryan, Dominic. (2003). 'Belfast: Urban Space, "Policing" and Sectarian Polarization', Chapter 12, pp.251-270, in, Schneider, Jane., and Susser, Ida. (2003). Wounded Cities: Destruction and Reconstruction in a Globalized World. Oxford: Berg.

Citations in 32 Journal Articles:

  • Bell, Christine. (2003). 'Dealing With the Past in Northern Ireland', Fordham International Law Journal, Vol.26, pp.1095-1147.
  • Boran, Mark. (2003). 'To Insure or Not to Insure, That Is the Question: Congress' Attempt to Bolster the Insurance Industry after the Attacks on September 11, 2001', St. John's Journal of Legal Commentary, Vol.17, pp.523-584.
  • Brennan, WJ. (2003). 'The Role of Indefinite Detention in Antiterrorism Legislation', Indiana International & Comparative Law Review, Vol.54, pp.515-551.
  • Brown, Kris., and MacGinty, Roger. (2003). ‘Public Attitudes toward Partisan and Neutral Symbols in Post-Agreement Northern Ireland’, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Vol.10, No.1, pp.83-108.
  • Bryan, Dominic. (2003). 'Rituals of Irish Protestantism and Orangeism: The Transnational Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland', European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics, Culture and Cooperation in Europe's Borderland. Edited by J. Anderson, L. O'Dowd, and T. M. Wilson , pp.105-123.
  • Campbell, Colm., and Connelly, Ita. (2003). ‘A Model for the 'War Against Terrorism'? Military Intervention in Northern Ireland and the 1970 Falls Curfew’, Journal of Law and Society, Vol.30, Issue 3, pp.341-375.
  • Campbell, Colm., Ní Aoláin, Fionnuala., and Harvey, Colin. (2003). ‘The Frontiers of Legal Analysis: Reframing the Transition in Northern Ireland ’, Modern Law Review, Vol.66, Issue 3, pp.317-345.
  • Conway, Brian. (2003). 'Active Remembering, Selective Forgetting, and Collective Identity: The Case of Bloody Sunday', Identity, Vol.3, No. 4, pp.305-323.
  • Curran, Daniel., and Sebenius, James K. (2003). ‘The Mediator as Coalition Builder: George Mitchell in Northern Ireland ’, International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice, Vol.8, No.1, pp.111-147.
  • Fielding, David. (2003). Investment, employment, and political conflict in Northern Ireland', Oxford Economic Papers, Vol.55, No.3, pp.512-535.
  • Gilligan, Chris. (2003). 'Constant Crisis/Permanent Process: Diminished Agency and Weak Structures in the Northern Ireland Peace Process', Global Review of Ethnopolitics, Vol.III, No.1, pp.22-37, September 2003.
  • Hagan, Martin. (2003). 'Schooling in Northern Ireland: Meeting the challenges of the twenty first century', Irish Educational Studies, Vol.22, Issue 1, pp.121-137.
    DOI: 10.1080/0332331030220111
  • Hayward , Katy., and Mitchell, Claire. (2003). ‘Discourses of equality in post-Agreement Northern Ireland ’, Contemporary Politics, Vol.9, No.3, pp.293-312.
  • Hewstone, Miles. (2003). 'Intergroup contact Panacea for prejudice?', The Psychologist, Vol.16, No.7, pp.352-355.
  • Hughes, Joanne., and Donnelly, Caitlin. (2003). ‘Community Relations in Northern Ireland : A shift in Attitudes?’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol.29, No.4, pp.643-661.
  • Irwin, Tracy. (2003). ‘Prison Education in Northern Ireland : Learning from our Paramilitary Past’, The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol.42 Issue 5,pp.471-484.
  • Kennedy, Fiachra., and Farrington, Christopher. (eds.) (2003). 'Main Political Events of 2002', in, Irish Political Studies Data Yearbook 2003, Vol.18, pp.89-99.
  • Kinealy, Christine. (2003). 'Les marches orangistes en Irlande du Nord', Le Mouvement Social, Vol.202, pp.165-181.
  • McAuley, James W. (2003). 'Unionism's last stand? Contemporary unionist politics and identity in Northern Ireland', Global Review of Ethnopolitics, Vol.3, No.1, pp.60-74.
  • Mac Ginty, Roger. (2003). 'The Prospect of Multi-level Voting in Post-Peace Accord Northern Ireland', Peace and Conflict Studies, Vol.10, No.2, pp.46-61.
  • McClean, Ciaran. (2003). ‘ Northern Ireland and the Democratic Left Party, 1989-1999’, New Hibernia Review, Vol.7, No.3, pp.23-35.
  • Nelson, Seanenne., Dickson, David A., and Owen D.W. Hargie, Owen D.W. (2003). ‘Learning together, living apart: the experiences of university students in Northern Ireland ’, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Vol.16, No.6, pp.777-795.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2003). ‘Bringing in the rogues: political violence, the British government and Sinn Fein’, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol.15, No.3, pp.154-171.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2003). ‘Winning the 'War on Terror'? Roy Mason's Contribution to Counter-Terrorism in Northern Ireland’, Small Wars and Insurgencies, Vol.14, No.3, pp.45-64.
  • O'Connor, Michael P., and Rumann, Celia M. (2003). 'Into the Fire: How to Avoid Getting Burned by the Same Mistakes Made Fighting Terrorism in Northern Ireland', Cardozo Law Review, Vol.24, pp.1657-1751.
  • Rynhold, Jonthan., and Cohen, Asher. (2003). 'Envisaging a peace referendum in Israel: The legitimisation of peace or a legitimation crisis? Lessons from Northern Ireland', Civil Wars, Vol.6, No.1, pp.85-104.
  • Smyth, Marie. (2003). 'Truth, partial truth, and irreconcilable truths: Reflections on the prospects for truth recovery in Northern Ireland', Smith College Studies in Social Work, Vol.73, Issue 2, pp.205-222.
  • Wilford, Rick., Ginty Mac, Roger., Dowds , Lizanne., and Robinson, Gillian. (2003). ‘Northern Ireland 's Devolved Institutions: A Triumph of Hope over Experience?’, Regional and Federal Studies, Vol.13, No.1, pp.31-54.
  • Willmott, Nathan. (2003). 'A Presumption of Legal Representation for Witnesses at Judicial Inquiries', Nottingham Law Journal, Vol.12, pp.34-71.
  • Williams, David. (2003). 'The United Kingdom's Response to International Terrorism', Indiana International & Comparative Law Review, Vol.13, No.3, pp.683-697.
  • Woods, Scott M. (2003). 'An analysis of Bloody Sunday', OJPCR: The Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution, Vol.5, No.1, Summer 2003, pp.127-134.
  • Wushinske, Heidi L. (2003). 'Politicians and Paramilitaries: Is Decommissioning a Requirement of the Belfast Agreement', Temple Environmental Law and Technology Journal, Vol.17, No.2, pp.613-640.

Citations in 12 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Amador, Brian S. (2003). The Federal Republic of Germany and Left Wing Terrorism. Thesis, MA in National Security Affairs, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.
  • Charles, David., Dawley, Stuart., Benneworth, Paul., and Conway, Cheryl. (2003). The Regional Mission of Higher Education in Northern Ireland, A report for the Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland, (January 2003).
  • de Mesquita, Ethan Bueno. (2003). Conciliation, Counter-Terrorism, and Patterns of Terrorist Violence: A Comparative Study of Five Cases. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science.
  • Farrington, Fletcher. (2003). Towards a Useful Definition: Advantages and Criticisms of Social Exclusion. CQUniversity.
  • Hartman, Todd K. (2003). 'Talking the gun out of Irish politics: Framing the peace process', Paper prepared for presentation at the 44th Annual International Studies Association Convention, Portland, Oregon, 25 February - 1 March 2003.
  • Hopkins, Stephen. (2003) 'Website Review: Conflict Archive on the Internet (CAIN)', Global Review of Ethnopolitics, Vol.II, No.2, pp.83-84, January 2003.
    Original article [PDF; 15KB] at The Global Review of Ethnopolitics web site
    Copy of article [PDF; 15KB] at CAIN web site
  • Hughes, Joanne., Donnelly, Caitlin., Robinson, Gillian., and Dowds, Lizanne. (2003). Community Relations in Northern Ireland: The Long View, (March 2003). (ARK Occasional Paper). Belfast: Northern Ireland Social and Political Archive (ARK).
  • Kempin, Tina. (2003). Ready for Peace? The Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland 1998-2002. Centre for Security Studies at the ETH Zurich.
  • Kuusisto-Arponen, Anna-Kaisa. (2003). Our Places - Their Spaces: Urban Territoriality in the Northern Irish Conflict. Academic Dissertation, University of Tampere, Finland.
  • Mailhes, Christian. (2003). L’épreuve de l’étranger au coeur des systèmes judiciaires irlandais. Université des Sciences Sociales, Toulouse.
  • Moltmann, Bernhard. (2003). Die Angst der Friedensmacher vor der Demokratie Der Friedensprozess in Nordirland in der Krise. HSFK Standpunkte 3/2003.
  • Zycher, Benjamin. (2003). A preliminary benefit/cost framework for counterterrorism public expenditures. Santa Monica: RAND.



Citations in 15 Books:

  • Alexander, Yonah. (2002). Combating Terrorism: Strategies of Ten Countries. University of Michigan Press.
  • Fitzduff, Mari. (2002). Beyond Violence: Conflict Resolution Process in Northern Ireland. New York: United Nations University Press.
  • Hagen, Georgina. (2002). Van" We shall overcome" tot" The soldier's song": hoe eind jaren zestig het conflict tussen protestanten en katholieken in Noord-Ierland oplaaide en escaleerde. Issues 2-3 of Utrechtse historische cahiers. Uitgeverij Verloren.
  • Helmick, Raymond G., and Petersen, Rodney L. (eds.) (2002). Forgiveness and Reconciliation. New Jersey : Templeton Foundation Press.
  • Houen, Alex. (2002). Terrorism and Modern Literature: From Joseph Conrad to Ciaran Carson. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kushner, Harvey W. (2002). Encyclopedia of Terrorism. Sage Publications Inc.
  • Mac Ginty, Roger., and Darby, John. (2002). Guns and Government: The Management of the Northern Ireland Peace Process. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Mulholland, Marc. (2002). The Longest War: Northern Ireland's Troubled History. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Mulholland, Marc. (2002). Northern Ireland A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • O Valenty, Linda., and Feldman, Ofer. (eds) (2002). Political Leadership for the New Century: Personality and Behavior Among American Leaders. Praeger/Greenwood .
  • Salomon, Gavriel., and Nevo, Baruch. (eds) (2002). Peace Education: The Concept, Principles, and Practices Around the World. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Taylor, Peter. (2002). Brits: The War Against the IRA. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Trinkle, Dennis A., and Merriman, Scott A. (eds) (2002). The European History Highway: A Guide to Internet Resources. London: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Trinkle, Dennis A., and Merriman, Scott A. (eds) (2002). The History Highway 3.0: A Guide to Internet Resources. London: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Trinkle, Dennis A., and Merriman, Scott A. (eds) (2002). The World History Highway: A Guide to Internet Resources. London: M.E. Sharpe.

Citations in 3 Book Chapters:

  • Gilligan, Chris. (2002). Devolving Power? Human Rights and State Regulation in Northern Ireland', Chapter 4 (pp.79-96) in, Chandler, David. (ed.) (2002). Rethinking Human Rights: Critical Approaches to International Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hughes, Joanne., and Donnelly, Caitlin. (2002). 'Ten Years of Social Attitudes to Community Relations in Northern Ireland', Chapter in, Gray, Ann Marie., Lloyd, Katrina., Devine, Paula., Robinson, Gillian., and Heenan, Deirdre. (2002). Social Attitudes in Northern Ireland: The Eighth Report, pp.39-55. London: Pluto Press.
  • Ryan, Stephen. (2002). Victims and the Media in Divided Societies: Some Thoughts about the Northern Ireland Conflict', in, Aguirre, Mariano., and Ferrándiz, Francisco. (2002). The Emotion and the Truth: Studies in Mass Communication and Conflict. Bilbao: University of Deusto.

Citations in 12 Journal Articles:

  • Collins, Barry. (2002). 'The Belfast Agreement, the Purloined Letter and the "Politics of the Ostrich"', International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, Vol.15, No.3, September 2002, Pages: 273-292.
  • Deutsch, Richard. (2002). 'The Good Friday Agreement: Assessing Its Implementation 1998-2001', Nordic Irish Studies, Vol.1, 2002, pp.95-109.
  • Fidler, Laura V. (2002). 'Poverty of riches: contesting an economic interpretation of civil war and insurrection', Conflict, Security & Development, Vol.2, No.3, pp.49-66.
  • Gatrell, Jay D., and Keirsey, Deborah. (2002). ‘Using the Web to Explore Historical Conflicts in Northern Ireland ’, Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer Enhanced Learning, Vol.4, No.1.
  • Gunay, Banihan., and Wilson, Imelda. (2002). 'Road Safety in Northern Ireland', IATSS Research, Vol.26. No.2, pp.115-117.
  • Hughes, Joanne. (2002). 'Resolving community relations problems in Northern Ireland: an intra-community approach', in, Coy, Patrick G. (ed.) (2002). Consensus Decision Making, Northern Ireland and Indigenous Movements (Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change), Vol.24, pp.257-282.
  • Lester, David. (2002). 'The Troubles' in Northern Ireland and Suicide', Psychological Reports, Vol.90, Iss.3, June 2002, pp.722-.
  • Monaghan, Rachel. (2002). ‘The Return of "Captain Moonlight": Informal Justice in Northern Ireland ’, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Vol.25, No.1, pp.41-56.
  • Neumann, Peter R. (2002). 'The Imperfect Peace: Explaining Paramilitary Violence in Northern Ireland', Low Intensity Conflict and Law Enforcement, Vol.11, No.1, Spring 2002, pp.116-138.
  • O'Leary, Anne Carroll., El-Nawaway, Mohammed. (2002). 'A Content Analysis of Image Restoration in Northern Ireland: Public Communication Strategies of Political Parties', SIMILE: Studies In Media & Information Literacy Education, Vol.2, No.3, August 2002, pp.1-7.
  • Sidaway, James D. (2002). ‘Guest Editorial: Europe and the Spectre of Comparisons’, Space and Polity, Vol.6, No.2, pp.133-139.
  • Wolff, Stefan. (2002). ‘Conflict Management in Northern Ireland ’, International Journal on Multicultural Societies, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2002, pp.1-30.

Citations in 16 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Argelaguet i Argemí, Jordi. (2002). Dos Casos De Democràcia Consociativa: Irlanda Del Nord I El Tirol Del Sud Comparats, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, WP núm. 205. Barcelona: Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials.
  • Arlow, Michael. (2002). 'The challenges of social inclusion in Northern Ireland: citizenship and life skills', in, Tawil, Sobhi. (ed.) (2002). Curriculum Change and Social Inclusion, Final Report of the Regional Seminar held in Vilnius, Lithuania, 5-8 December 2001.
  • Ashraf, Fahmida. (2002). Jammu and Kashmir Dispute: Examining Various Proposals for Its Resolution.
  • Bertinetti, Scott J. (2002). The Objective Force and the Requirement for Assigned Tactical Missions to Specified Units. Monograph. School of Advanced Military Studies United States Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas USA.
  • Buick, Jonathan. (2002). Crossing the Border: A Regional Approach to Environmental Management A study of policy, approaches and opportunities for cooperative waste management involving Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, 2002 by IIIEE, Lund University, Sweden.
  • Church, Cheyanne., Visser, Anna., and Johnston, Laurie. (2002). Single Identity Work: An approach to conflict resolution in Northern Ireland. INCORE Working Paper, August 2002. Derry: INCORE, University of Ulster.
  • Coombes, Mike. (2002). Travel to Work Areas and the 2001 Census. Report to the Office for National Statistics, March 2002. Newcastle: Centre for Urban & Regional Development Studies, Newcastle University.
  • Crawford, Mary Kathryn. (2002). Creating the Ideal Republican: Northern Ireland Prison Writings as Propaganda. History 400: Senior Thesis Seminar, 15 April 2002, Haverford College.
  • Elworthy, Scilla., and Rogers, Paul. (2002). The ‘War on Terrorism’: 12 month audit and future strategy options, 11 September 2002, Oxford Research Group.
  • Farrington, Fletcher. (2002). Social Exclusion in South Australia: Analysing the South Australian Labor Party's Social Inclusion Initiative.
  • Hayward, Katy., and Howard, Kevin. (2002). Europeanisation and hyphe-nation : renegotiating the identity boundaries of Europe’s western isles. IBIS Working Paper No.18. Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College Dublin.
  • Laufer, Deborah S. (2002). A Guide to ADR Links. DARRP.
  • McDevitt, Carol Ann. (2002). Product Development in the Industrial/Chemical Process Industry. M.Sc. Thesis, May 2002, MIT.
  • Meiller, H. (2002). MacLaverty, Bernard-Cal-Der Nordirlandkonflikt an Hand von Bernard Mac Lavertys Roman. Research Paper, Erasmus Gymnasium Amberg. Germany: GRIN Verlag.
  • Moltmann, Bernhard. (2002). „Es kann der Frömmste nicht im Frieden bleiben...“ Nordirland und sein kalter Frieden. HSFK (Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung) Report 8/2002.
  • O’ Beirne, Rónán. (2002). "The CAIN Website Mural Directory", Reference Reviews, Vol.16, Iss.4, pp.45-45.



Citations in 4 Books:

  • Clarke, Liam and Johnson, Kathryn. (2001), Martin McGuinness: From Guns to Government. London: Mainstream.
  • Hampson, Osler., and Malone, David M. (2001). From Reaction to Conflict Prevention: Opportunities for the UN System. Lynne Rienner Publishers. P.122.
  • O'Dochartaigh, Niall. (2001). The Internet Research Handbook: A Practical Guide for Students and Researchers in the Social Sciences. Sage Publications Inc.
  • Farrington, Christopher. (2001). 'Ulster Unionist Divisions in the late 20th Century', Irish Political Studies, Vol.16, pp. 49-71.

Citations in Book Chapters:

Citations in 18 Journal Articles:

  • Booth, W.J. (2001). ‘ The Unforgotten: Memories of Justice’, American Political Science Review, Vol. 95, No. 4, pp.777-791.
  • Collins, Barry. (2001). 'The Belfast Agreement and the Nation That Always Arrives at Its Destination', Penn State International Law Review, Vol.20, No.2, pp.385-413.
  • Cooper, David. (2001). 'On the Twelfth of July in the Morning ... (Or The Man Who Mistook His Sash for a Hat), Folk Music Journal, Vol.8, No.1, pp.67-89.
  • Couto, Richard A. (2001). The Third Sector and Civil Society: The Case of the "YES" Campaign in Northern Ireland', Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, Vol.12, No.3, September 2001, pp.221-238.
  • Crooke, Elizabeth. (2001). 'Confronting a Troubled History: which past in Northern Ireland’s museums?', International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol.7, No.2, 1 June 2001, pp.119-136.
  • Dillenburger, Karola., and Keenan, Michael. (2001). 'Islands of pain in a sea of change: Behaviour analysis and bereavement', European Journal of Behaviour Analysis, No.2, Winter 2001, pp.187-207.
  • Epinoux, Estelle. (2001). 'Les murs de la paix en Irlande du nord', Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains, Vol.1/2001, No.201, pp.23-33.
    DOI : 10.3917/gmcc.201.0023.
  • Farrington, Christopher. (2001). 'Ulster unionist political divisions in the late twentieth century', Irish Political Studies, Vol.16, Issue 1, pp.49-71.
  • Hayes, Bernadette C., and McAllister, Ian. (2001). ‘Sowing Dragon’s Teeth: Public Support for Political Violence and Paramilitarism in Northern Ireland’, Political Studies, Vol.49, Issue 5, December 2001, pp.901-922.
  • Knox, Colin. (2001). 'The `Deserving' Victims of Political Violence: `Punishment' Attacks in Northern Ireland', Criminology and Criminal Justice, Vol.1, No.2, pp.181-199.
  • Knox, Colin. (2001). '"An Acceptable Level of Violence": Intra-Community Violence in Northern Ireland and South Africa', Journal of Conflict Studies, Vol.XXI, No.2, Winter 2001.
  • Kuusisto, Anna-Kaisa. (2001). ‘Territoriality, Symbolism and the Challenge’, Peace Review, Vol.13, No.1, pp.59-66.
  • Kuusisto-Arponen, A.K. (2001). ‘The End of Violence and Introduction of 'Real' Politics: Tensions in Peaceful Northern Ireland’, Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, No.83, Issue 3, pp.121-130.
  • Lundy, K.P. (2001). 'Lasting Peace in Northern Ireland: An Economic Resolution to a Political and Religious Conflict', Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, Vol.15, pp.699-732.
  • McCabe, Zachary E. (2001). 'Northern Ireland: The Paramilitaries, Terrorism, and September 11th', Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol.30, Issue 4, pp.547-573.
  • MacGinty, Roger., Wilford, Rick., Dowds, Lizanne., and Robinson, Gillian. (2001). ‘Consenting Adults: The Principle of Consent and Northern Ireland 's Constitutional Future’, Government and Opposition, 36, 4, pp.472-492.
  • Sapone, Montgomery. (2001). 'Ceasefire: The Impact of Republican Political Culture on the Ceasefire Process in Northern Ireland', The Journal of Conflict Studies, Vol.XXI, No.1, Spring 2001.
  • Smith, Alan. (2001). ‘Religious Segregation and the Emergence of Integrated Schools in Northern Ireland ’, Oxford Review of Education, Vol.27, No.4, pp.559-575.

Citations in 11 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Baigorri, Artemio. (2001). Sociología General: Guía del curso. Facultad de CC. Económicas y Empresariales.
  • Bulkeley, Richard. (2001). War by other means: Lessons of British responses to Republican terrorism in Northern Ireland. Conference of Defence Associations, Canada.
  • Harris, Clodagh. (2001). Elite Co-operation: Regional, National and European, Anglo-Irish elite co-operation and the peace process: the impact of the EU. Paper for the 51st Political Studies Association Conference, 10-12 April 2001, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • Hughes, Joanne., and Donnelly, Caitlin. (2001). Ten Years of Social Attitudes to Community Relations in Northern Ireland, (August 2001). (ARK Occasional Paper). Belfast: Northern Ireland Social and Political Archive (ARK).
  • Hummel, Anika. (2001). The Partition of Ireland. Term paper, English Language and Literature Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, University of Rostock, Germany.
  • Leonard, Billy. (2001). ‘Hope and History’:Study on the Management of Diversity in Northern Ireland . INCORE: United Nations University / University of Ulster . Derry / Londonderry 2001.
  • McEvoy-Levy, Siobhán. (2001). Youth as Social and Political Agents: Issues in Post-Settlement Peace Building, Kroc Institute Occasional Paper #21:OP:2, December 2001.
  • Northern Ireland Assembly. (2001). A Background Paper on the Barnett Formula, Research Paper 12/01, September 2001. Belfast : Northern Ireland Assembly.
  • Regan, Eileen. (2001). A Background Paper on the Barnett Formula. Research Paper 12/01, September 2001, Research and Library Services, Northern Ireland Assembly.
  • Wolff, Stefan. (2001). Context and Content: Sunningdale and Belfast Compared.
  • In Vol.16 (2001) of Irish Political Studies CAIN is listed in the Data Section under political resources on the Internet relating to archives and directories on Irish politics.



Citations in 5 Books:

  • Brown, David. (2000). Contemporary Nationalism: Civic, Ethnocultural and Multicultural Politics. Routledge. P.181.
  • Dickason, Renée. (2000). Vers la paix en Irlande du Nord: communication politique et publicité télévisuelle (1988-1997). L'Irlande Politique et Sociale. Presses De La Sorbonne Nouvelle.
  • Ellison, Graham., and Smyth, Jim. (2000). The Crowned Harp: Policing Northern Ireland. London: Pluto Press. P.198.
  • Smith, Dan. (2000). The Atlas of War and Peace. James & James / Earthscan.
  • Webb, T.D. (2000). Remembering Libraries: Essays on the Profession. McFarland and Company.

Citations in Book Chapters:

Citations in 8 Journal Articles:

  • Boyd, Stephen. (2000). ‘Heritage Tourism in Northern Ireland : Opportunity Under Peace’, Current Issues in Tourism, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp.150-174.
  • Colby, JA. (2000). 'Getting to Peace: Avoiding Roadblocks on the Path to Peace in Northern Ireland', Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, 1.
  • Maney, Gregory M. (2000). 'Transnational Mobilization and Civil Rights in Northern Ireland', Social Problems, Vol. 47, No. 2, May 2000, pp.153-179.
  • n.a. (2000). Northern Ireland Peace Process: Parties' Commitments to Decommisioning Break Impasse in Implementation of Good Friday Agreement; New Political Institutions Established, then Suspended. Foreign Policy Bulletin, Vol.11, pp.176-197.
  • Sapone, Montgomery. (2000). Ceasefire: The Impact of Republican Political Culture on the Ceasefire Process in Northern Ireland', Peace and Conflict Studies: Ethnic Conflict Resolution, Vol.7, No.1, 1 May 2000, pp.21-48.
  • Stevenson, J. (2000). 'Irreversible peace in Northern Ireland?', Survival, Vol.42, No.3, September 2000, pp.5-26.
  • Tuite, Patrick (2000). "The Biomechanics of Aggression: Psychophysiological Conditioning in Ulster's Loyalist Parades", TDR: The Drama Review, Vol.44, No.4 (T 168), Winter 2000, pp.9-30.
  • White, Brian P. (2000). 'Walking the Queen's Highway: Peace, Politics and Parades in Northern Ireland', San Diego International Law Journal, 175.

Citations in 6 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Brocklehurst, Helen., Stott, Noel., Hamber, Brandon., and Robinson, Gillian. (2000). Lesson Drawing from Negotiated Transitions in Northern Ireland and South Africa. Prepared for deliverty at the 2000 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Marriot Wardman Park, 31 August - 3 September 2000.
  • Collomb, Nathalie. (2000). Political participation and citizenship education in France and Northern Ireland. Paper for the Political Studies Association-UK 50th Annual Conference, 10-13 April 2000, London. Nathalie.pdf
  • Dartnell, Michael. (2000). Information, the Internet and International Politics. Breakfast on the Hill Seminar Series, Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of Canada, 4 April 2000. Ottawa: Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Elbe, Pamela. (2000). The Orange Order in the Wake of Drumcree: Parity of Esteem, Protest, and Propaganda in Northern Ireland, 1995–98. Undergraduate Thesis, History, University of Wisconsin.
  • n.a. (2000). 'Unseen images of Irish history get first exposure', Amateur Photographer, (16 December 2000), p.7.
  • In Vol.Vol.15 (2000) of Irish Political Studies CAIN is listed in the Data Section under political resources on the Internet relating to archives and directories on Irish politics.



Citations in 1 Books:

  • Miall, Hugh., Ramsbotham, Oliver., and Woodhouse, Tom. (1999). Contemporary Conflict Resolution: The prevention, management and transformation of deadly conflicts. Oxford: Polity.

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Citations in 2Journal Articles:

  • Carrara, Stacey. (1999). 'Effective Way to Deal with Terrorism - Britain and Ireland Restrict the Right to Silence', Suffolk Transnat'l L. Rev. 227 (1999-2000)
  • O'Duffy Brendan. (1999). ‘British and Irish Conflict Regulation from Sunningdale to Belfast . Part II: Playing for a draw 1985-1999’, Nations and Nationalism, Vol.6, No. 3, pp.399-435.

Citations in 2 Other Papers and Reports:

  • Kelly, B. and Peacock, I. (1999). Webwatching UK Web Communities: Final Report For The WebWatch Project. Project Report. UKOLN.
  • In Vol.14 (1999) of Irish Political Studies CAIN is listed in the Data Section under political resources on the Internet relating to archives and directories on Irish politics.



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Citations in 5 Journal Articles:

  • Brana, Marković. (1998). Asimetrično državno ustrojstvo: Rešenje za nacionalne probleme u Velikoj Britaniji?, Međunarodni problemi, Vol.50, br.3-4, str.439-471.
  • Doyle, John. (1998). ''Towards a Lasting Peace'? : the Northern Ireland multi-party agreement, referendum and Assembly elections of 1998', Scottish Affairs, No 25, pp.1-20.
  • Keegan, Siobhan M. (1998). The Criminal Cases Review Commission's Effectiveness in Handling Cases from Northern Ireland, Fordham International Law Journal, pp.1776-1821.
  • Macleod, Roddy., Kerr, Linda., and Guyon, Agnès. (1998),"The EEVL approach to providing a subject based information gateway for engineers", Program: electronic library and information systems, Vol.32, Iss.3, pp.205-223.
  • Tuathail , Gearoid., and McCormack, Derek. (1998). ‘Global Conflicts On-line: Technoliteracy and Developing an Internet-Based Conflict Archive’, Journal of Geography, Vol.97, No.1, pp.1-11.

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Citations in 2 Journal Articles:

  • Kerr, Linda., and MacLeod, Roddy. (1997). "EEVL: an Internet gateway for engineers", Library Hi Tech, Vol.15, Iss.3, pp.110-118.
  • Sharoni, Simona. (1997). 'Gendering Conflict and Peace in Israel/Palestine and the North of Ireland', Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol.27, No.4.

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