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Centre for the Study of Conflict
School of History, Philosophy and Politics,
Faculty of Humanities, University of Ulster


Facets of the Conflict In Northern Ireland

frontcover of book

edited by Seamus Dunn
Published by: Macmillan Press Ltd., 1995
ISBN 0 333 60717 1 (Hardback)
ISBN 0 333 64252 x (Paperback)
13.99 Paperback 289pp



Facets of the Conflict In Northern Ireland

Edited by Seamus Dunn

Centre for the Study of Conflict
University of Ulster


CONTENTS
Acknowledgements

The Contributors

List of Abbreviations

PART ONE CONTEXT
1The Conflict as a Set of ProblemsSeamus Dunn
2

Conflict in Northern Ireland: A Background Essay

John Darby

PART TWO GOVERNMENT AND LAW
3The Approach of Government: Community Relations and EquityAnthony M Gallagher
4Local Government and Community RelationsColin Knox and Joanne Hughes
5

Criminal Justice and Emergency Laws

Brice Dickson

PART THREE SUBGROUPS
6Women and the Northern Ireland Conflict: Experiences and ResponsesValerie Morgan and Grace Fraser
7Children and Conflict: A Psychological PerspectiveEd Cairns and Tara Cairns
8Paramilitaries, Republicans and LoyalistsAdrian Guelke
9

Majority-Minority Differentials: Unemployment, Housing and Health

Martin Melaugh

PART FOUR INSTITUTIONS
10Church and Religion in the Ulster CrisisDuncan Morrow
11Education and the Conflict in Northern IrelandAlan Smith
12Policing a Divided SocietyAndrew Hamilton and Linda Moore
13Sport, Community Relations and Community Conflict in Northern IrelandJohn Sugden
14Culture, Religion and Violence in Northern IrelandDominic Murray
15

Institutions for Conciliation and Mediation

Derick Wilson and Jerry Tyrrell

PART FIVE SOURCES OF INFORMATION
16Sources of Information: Books, Research, Data

Seamus Dunn, Ciarán Ó Máolain and Sally McClean

Index

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