Children - A Suggested Reading List
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A Suggested Reading List
Brocklehurst, Helen, 'The nationalisation and militarisation of Children in Northern Ireland', Chapter from PhD Thesis in International Politics titled: Children as Political Bodies: Concepts, Cases and Theories, University of Wales, 1999.
Cairns, Ed, Children and political violence (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996).
Cairns, Ed, Caught in Crossfire: Children and the Northern Ireland Conflict (Belfast: Appletree Press, 1987).
Cairns, Ed and Tara Cairns, "Children and Conflict: a Psychological Perspective", in Seamus Dunn ed., Facets of the Conflict in Northern Ireland (Houndmills: Macmillan Press, 1995), pp. 97-113.
Connolly, P. Community Relations Work with Preschool Children. Belfast, Community Relations Council, 80pp, 1999.
Connolly, P., and Maginn, P. Children, Sectarianism and Community Relations in Northern Ireland. Centre for the Study of Conflict, University of Ulster, 109pp, 1999.
The Cost of the Troubles Study, The Final Report. The Cost of the Troubles Study, (Derry Londonderry: The United Nations University/The University of Ulster, April 1999)
Fraser, Morris, Children in Conflict, (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973).
A M Gallagher, A.M. Majority Minority Review 1: Education in a Divided Society University of Ulster, Coleraine 1995, second edition.
McEvoy, Siobhan, Communities and Peace: Catholic Youth in Northern Ireland", Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 37, no. 1, 2000, pp. 85-103.
McVeigh, Robbie. "It's Part of Life Here...." The Security Forces and Harassment in Northern Ireland based on a survey of young people. (Belfast: Committee on the Administration of Justice, 1994).
Smyth, Marie Half the Battle: Understanding the Effects of The Troubles on Children and Young People in Northern Ireland (1998). Derry Londonderry: INCORE. ISBN 0 9533305 2 4 Paperback 174pp £5.00
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