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Acknowledgement: This bibliography is based on an earlier version contributed by the ULTACH Trust, plus additional citations provided by Philip McDermott.

 

Adams, A. (1986). 'Aspects of Monoglottism in Ulster.' In M. Barry and P. Tilling (eds.) The English Dialects of Ulster: An Anthology of Articles on Ulster Speech by G. B. Adams. Holywood: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.

Adams, G.B. (1970). 'Language and Man in Ireland'. Ulster Folklife, 15/16, pp 140-171.

Adams, G.B. (1971). `Ulster dialect origins'. Ulster Folklife, 17, pp 99-102.

Adamson, I. (1974). The Cruithin: The Ancient Kindred. Bangor: Pretani Press.

Adamson, I. (1985). The Identity of Ulster. Belfast: Pretani Press.

Adamson, I. (1991). The Ulster People. Bangor: Pretani Press.

Aitken, A.J. (1992). 'Scots' in The Oxford Companion to the English Language. OUP.

Andrews, A.M. (1994). 'Report on Pre-Primary Education: Provisions for the Irish Language in Northern Ireland'. In A. Sj. van der Goot, W.J. T. Renkema, and M.B. Stuijt (eds.) Pre-Primary Education. Ljouwert/Leeuwarden: Fryske Akademy, Mercator-Education, pp 327-337.

Andrews, A.M. (1994). 'The Irish language in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom'. In R.S. Tjeerdsma and J. A. Sikma Provision of Learning Materials for Primary and Pre-primary Education. Ljouwert/Leeuwarden: Fryske Akademy, Mercator-Education, pp 223-228.

Andrews, L. S. (1991). 'The Irish Language in the Education System of Northern Ireland: Some Political and Cultural Perspectives.' In R. M. O. Pritchard (ed.) Motivating the Majority: Modern Languages in Northern Ireland. Coleraine and London: University of Ulster / The Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research.

Andrews, L. S. (1995). The Irish Language in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom: The Training of Primary and Post-Primary Teachers. Teacher Training of Minority Languages for Primary and Secondary Education, Vol 3Fryske Akademy: Mercator Education.

Aughey, A. (1995). Irish Kulturkampf. Belfast: Ulster Young Unionist Council.

Barnard, T. C. (1993). 'Protestants and the Irish Language, c.1675-1725.' Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 44 (2). pp 243-272.

Belfast Telegraph, 2-3 February 1993.

Belfast Telegraph, 3 February 1993.

Blaney, R. (1996). Presbyterians and the Irish Language. Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation/ULTACH Trust.

Blaney, Roger. (1991). Presbyterians and the Irish language. Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation.

Braidwood, J. (1969). The Ulster dialect lexicon. Belfast: Queen's University Press.

Brown, T. (1991). 'The Cultural Issue in Northern Ireland, 1965-1991'. In D. Keogh and M. H. Haltzel (eds.) Northern Ireland and the Politics of Reconciliation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bruce, S (1994). 'Cultural Traditions - A Double-Edged Sword.' Causeway 1 (4), pp 21-24.

Buckley, A. (1989). 'We're Trying to Find our Identity: Uses of History among Ulster Protestants.' In M. Chapman, M. McDonald, and E. Tonkin (eds.) History and Ethnicity. ASA Monograph 27. London: Routledge.

Clarke, S. (1994). Feis na nGleann: A History of the Festival of the Glens. Holywood: Priory Press.

Committee for the Administration of Justice (CAJ). (1993). Stáid agus Stádas Gaeilge i dTuaisceart na hÉireann/The Irish Language in Northern Ireland: The British Government's Approach to the Irish Language in Light of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. Belfast: CAJ.

Craig, E. (2007). “Irish-Language Education and the Council of Europe's Minority Treaties: The Monitoring of Developments in Northern Ireland. In  Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 58(2). pp  121-141.

Crowley, T. (2008). “The Political Production of a Language” in Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 16(1). pp 23-35.

Crowley, T. (2008). The Politics of Language in Ireland 1537-2004. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cultural Traditions Group (1995). Giving Voices: The Work of the Cultural Traditions Group, 1990-1994. Belfast: Community Relations Council.

Cunningham, Michael. (1997). 'The Political Language of John Hume'. Irish Political Studies, 12, 13-22.

De Blacam, A. (1934). 'The Other Hidden Ireland.' Studies, XXIII, pp 439-534.

De Blaghd, E. (1955). Briseadh na Teorann. Baile Átha Cliath: Sáirséal and Dill.

De Brún, F. (ed.) (2005). Belfast and the Irish language. Dublin: Four Courts, 2005.

Department of Finance and Personnel, Policy Planning and Research Unit (PPRU). (1988). The Irish Language in Northern Ireland 2987 - Preliminary Report of a Survey of Knowledge, Interest and Ability. Belfast: PPRU.

Department of Health and Social Services / Registrar General Northern Ireland. (1992). The Northern Ireland Census 1991: Belfast Urban Area Report. Belfast: HMSO.

Department of Health and Social Services / Registrar General Northern Ireland. (1993). The Northern Ireland Census 1991: Irish Language Report. Belfast: HMSO.

Doran, D. (1988). The Development of the Irish Language in West Belfast: A Cultural Studies Initiative in Community Adult Education. M.A Thesis, University of Ulster.

Dorian, N C. (1994). 'Purism vs Compromise in Language Revitalisation and Language Revival'. Language and Society, 23, (4): 479-94.

English, R. (1994). 'Cultural Traditions' and Political Ambiguity.' Irish Review 15, pp 97-106.

Farren, S. (1996). 'Language Policy in a Divided Community.' In T.H. and J. Williams (eds.) Language, Education and Society in a Changing World. Clevedon and Dublin: IRAAL/Multilingual Matters.

Fenton, J. (1995). 'The hamely tongue: the making of an Ulster-Scots dictionary'. Ullans, 3, pp 25-30.

Ferguson, F. (ed) (2008). Ulster-Scots Writing: An Anthology. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Finlayson, A. (1997). 'The Problem of 'Culture' in Northern Ireland: A Critique of the Cultural Traditions Group'. The Irish Review 20, pp 76-88.

Finlayson, A. Frazer, H. and Fitzduff, M. (1994). Improving Community Relations. Belfast: Community Relations Council.

Gaelic League. (1943). Glór Uladh. Belfast: Gaelic League (available from the Linenhall Library).

Gaelic League. (1943). Glór Uladh. Belfast: Gaelic League (available from the Linenhall Library).

Gailey, A. (1975) 'The Scots element in North Irish popular culture'. Ethnologia Europaea, 8, pp 2-22.

Giltrap, R. (1990). An Ghaeilge in Eaglais Na hÉireann. Baile Átha Cliath: Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise.

Gregg, R.J. (1972). 'The Scotch-Irish dialect boundaries in Ulster' in M.F.Wakelin (ed.) Patterns in the folk speech of the British Isles. London: Athlone Press, pp 109-139.

Hadden, T. and Boyle, K. (1989). The Anglo-Irish Agreement: Commentary, Text and Official Review. London and Dublin: Sweet and Maxwell in association with Edwin Higel.

Hall, M. (1986). Ulster: The Hidden History. Belfast: Pretani Press.

Hall, M. (1993). Ulster's Scottish Connection. Newtownabbey: Island Publications.

Hall, M. (1993). The Cruithin Controversy. Newtownabbey: Island Publications.

Hamill, F. (1986). 'Belfast: The Irish Language.' Éire-Ireland, Winter 1986, pp 146-151.

Hawthorne, J. (1989). 'Cultural Pluralism or Plain Sectarianism?' Fortnight 278, pp 28-30.

Hay, M. (2007). A sociological analysis of Ulster-Scots ideology and identity in Northern Ireland. Thesis (Ph. D.)  University of Ulster.

Hay, M. (2009). Institute of Ulster-Scots studies working papers. v. 1.Coleraine : University of Ulster.

Hennessey, T. and Wilson, T. (1997). With All Due Respect: Pluralism and Parity of Esteem. Belfast: Democratic Dialogue.

Herbison, I. (1992). 'Language, literature and cultural identity: an Ulster-Scots perspective' in J.Lundy and A.Mac Poilin (eds.) Styles of belonging: the cultural identities of Ulster. Belfast: Lagan Press.

Hindley, Reg. (1990). The Death of the Irish Language: a Qualified Obituary. London: Routledge.

Hindley, Reg. (1991). The Death of the Irish Language. London: Routledge.

HMSO (1995). Frameworks for the Future. Belfast: HMSO.

HMSO (1998). The Agreement: Agreement reached in the multi-party negotiations. Belfast: HMSO.

Holmes, R. (ed.) (1995). Cúchullin, the Lost Legend: Ulster, The Lost Culture. Belfast: Ulster Young Unionist Council.

Hughes, E. (ed.) (1991). Culture and Politics in Northern Ireland. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Hutchinson, W. (1995). 'Le Gouvernement Britannique et les ''TraditionsCulturelles''en Irlande du Nord.' Études Irlandaises Printemps 1995, XX (i), pp 165-176.

Irish Times 12 April 1995.

Jenkins, R. (1991). 'Violence, Language and Politics: Nationalism in Northern Ireland and Wales.' North Atlantic Studies, 3 (1), pp 31-40.

Kabel, L. (1995). Pobal na Gaeilge - The Communicative Aspect of Irish in Belfast. Unpublished Manuscript, Department of Social Anthropology, Queen's University of Belfast.

Kachuk, Patricia Mary Catherine. (1993). Irish Language Activism in West Belfast: a Resistance to British Cultural Hegemony / Ph.D. Columbia: University of British Columbia.

Kackuk, P. (1994). 'A Resistance to British Cultural Hegemony: Irish-Language Activism in West Belfast.' Anthropologica, XXXVI, pp 135-154.

Katchuk, P. (1993). Irish Language Activism in West Belfast: a Resistance to British Cultural Hegemony. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of British Colombia.

Kay, B. (1993). Scots: the mither tongue Darvel: Alloway.

Kirk, J. and Ó Baoill, D. (eds) (2000). Language and Politics: Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Belfast: Queen’s University Press.

Kirk, J. and Ó Baoill, D. (eds) (2001). Linguistic Policies for Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Belfast: Queen’s University Press.

Kirk, J. and Ó Baoill, D. (eds) (2002). Language Planning and Education: Linguistic Issues in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Belfast: Queen’s University Press.

Kirk, J. and Ó Baoill, D. (eds) (2003). Linguistic Issues in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Belfast: Queen’s University Press.

Kirk, J. and Ó Baoill, D. (eds) (2003). Towards our Goals in Broadcasting: The Press the Performing Arts and the Economy: Minority Languages in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Belfast: Queen’s University Press.

Kirk, J. (1998). 'Ulster Scots: Realities and Myths', Ulster Folklife, 44.

Leerssen, J. (1986). Mere Irish and Fíor-Ghael: Studies in the Idea of Irish Nationality, its Development and Literary Expression Prior to the Nineteenth Century. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamin's Publishing Company.

Leerssen, J. (1996). Remembrance and Imagination: Patterns in the Historical and Literary Representation of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century. Field Day Monographs 4.Cork: Cork University Press.

Mac Giolla Chríost, D. (2000). 'The Irish Language and Current Policy in Northern Ireland'. Irish Studies Review, Vol.8, No.1.

Mac Giolla Chríost, D. (2005). The Irish language in Ireland: from Gíodel to globalisation. New York: Routledge.

Mac Giolla Chríost, D., and Aitchison, J. (1998). 'Ethnic Identities and Language in Northern Ireland'. Area, 30, (4), pp 301-309.

Mac Giolla Chríost, D., and Aitchison, J. (1998). 'The Linguistic Politics of Northern Ireland'. Planet, 129, pp 76-83.

Mac Greil, Micheal. (1990). The State and Status of Irish: A Report of a National Survey on the Irish Language Carried out in 1988-89. Maynooth: St Patrick's College Survey and Research Unit.

Mac Póilin, A. (1994). 'The work of the ULTACH Trust in Promoting the Irish Language.' Ulster Local Studies, Vol. 16 (2), pp 29-37.

Mac Póilin, A.(1996). 'Aspects of the Irish Language Movement in Northern Ireland.' In M. Nic Craith (ed.) Watching One's Tongue: Aspects of Romance and Celtic Languages. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Mac Póilin, A. (1998). `The Charter and the Belfast Agreement: Implications for Irish in Northern Ireland' Contact Bulletin 15.1 pp 3-4.

Mac Póilin, A. (1999). 'Language , Identity and Politics in Northern Ireland', Ulster Folklife, 45.

Mac Póilin, A. (ed.) (1997). The Irish Language in Northern Ireland. Belfast: ULTACH Trust.

Mac Póilin, A. and Andrrews, L. (1993). BBC and the Irish Language: BBC agus an Ghaeilge. Belfast: ULTACH Trust.

Mac Póilin, A. and Willemsma, A. (1997). The Irish Language in Education in Northern Ireland. The Netherlands: Mercator-Education.

MacGiolla Chríost, Diarmait. (2000). Planning Issues for Irish Language Policy: 'An Foras Teanga' and 'Fiontair Teanga'. CAIN: <http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/issues/language/macgiollachriost00.htm>

Magee, J. (1988). 'The Neilsons of Rademon and Down: Educators and Gaelic Scholars.' Familia , Vol 2 (4), pp 63-75.

Maguire, G. (1987). `Language revival in an urban neo- Gaeltacht'. In G.Mac Eoin, A.Alqhuist and D.O hAodha (eds.) 'The Third International Conference on Minority Languages: Celtic Papers' Multilingual Matters: Clevedon pp 72-88.

Maguire, G. (1991). Our Own Language: An Irish Initiative. Multilingual Matters 66. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters (reviewed in Teangeolas no. 29).

Maguire, Gabrielle. (1991). Our Own Language: an Irish Initiative. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Malcolm, I. (2009). Towards inclusion : Protestants and the Irish language. Belfast : Blackstaff.

Mc Kendry, E. (2007). “Minority-language Education in a Situation of Conflict: Irish in English-medium Schools in Northern Ireland”. In International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 10(4). pp. 394-409.  

McCoy, G (1997). 'Protestant Learners of Irish in Northern Ireland.'In A. Mac Póilin (ed.) (1997) Irish in Northern Ireland. Belfast: ULTACH Trust.

McCoy, G. and Ní Bhaoill, R.  (2004). Protastúnaigh an lae inniu agus an Ghaeilge/ Contemporary Protestant learners of Irish. Belfast : Ultach Trust.

McCoy, G. (1997). 'Rhetoric and Realpolitik: The Irish Language Movement and the British Government.' In H. Donnan and G. McFarlane (eds.) Culture and Policy in Northern Ireland: Anthropology in the Public Arena. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies.

McCoy, G.W. (1997). Protestants and the Irish Language in Northern Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University of Belfast.

McCullough A E. (1989). 'The Language and Legitimation of Irish Moral Outrage'. British Journal of Sociology, 40, (2): 227-243.

McDermott, P. (2004). Ar fud na Tíre? : Irish language broadcasting in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Thesis M. A.: University of Ulster, 2004.

McDermott, P. (2007). Broadcasting for Minorities the Case of the Celtic Languages. In Nic Craith, M. (ed) Language, Power and Identity Politics. Basingstoke: Palgrave. PP 

McGrath, F. C. (1999). Brian Friel's (post) Colonial Drama : Language, Illusion, and Politics. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

McIntyre, J. (1998). 'Ulster Scots - The European Charter / Belfast Agreement'. Contact Bulletin, 15, p 2.

McKee, V (1997). Gaelic Nations: Politics of the Gaelic Language in Scotland & Northern Ireland in the 20th Century. London: Bluestack Press.

McKee, V. (1995). Contemporary Gaelic Language Politics in Western Scotland and Northern Ireland since 1950: Comparative Assessments. Contemporary Politics Spring 1995, 1 (1), pp 92-113.

McKee, Vincent. (1997). Gaelic Nations: the Politics of the Gaelic Language in Scotland and Northern Ireland. London: Bluestack Press.

McKendry, E. (1994). 'Presenting the Irish Language in the Ulster Context.' Linenhall Review Spring 1994, pp 10.

McMonagle, S. (forthcoming 2010). “Deliberating the Irish Language in Northern Ireland: From Conflict to Multiculturalism?” in Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.

McWade, B. (1990) The Sense of Ethnic Identity felt by Irish-Speaking Protestants and Irish-Speaking Catholics in Northern Ireland. M.A. Dissertation, QUB. (available from the Linenhall Library).

Mhic Sheáin, B. (1994) Glimpses of Erin. Alice Milligan: Poet, Protestant, Patriot. Supplement free with Fortnight 326.

Mistéil, P. (ed.) The Irish Language and the Unionist Tradition. Belfast: Ulster People's College/ULTACH Trust.

Mistéil, P. (ed.) The Irish Language and the Unionist Tradition. Belfast: Ulster People's College/ULTACH Trust.

Montgomery, M. B. and Gregg, R. J. (1997). 'The Scots Language in Ulster', in Charles Jones (ed.) The Edinburgh History of the Scots Language. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Muller, J. (2007). The Road Towards the Irish Language Act in the North of Ireland. Thesis (Ph. D.) - University of Ulster, 2007

Nash. C. (1999). `Irish Placenames: Post-Colonial Locations' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 24 pp 457-480.

News Letter 11-13 January 1996.

Ni hUiginn, Dorothy. (1993). Nuachtain Ghaeilge na hEireann on dara chogadh domhnda I leith [Irish language newspapers in Ireland since the second world war] / MA, Modem Irish. Galway: University College Galway.

Nic Craith, M. (1995). The Symbolism of Irish in Northern Ireland.' In U. Kockel (ed.) Landscape, Heritage, and Identity: Case Studies in Irish Ethnography. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Nic Craith, M. (1996). 'Irish in Northern Ireland: the 1991 Census.' In M. Nic Craith (ed.) Watching One's Tongue: Aspects of Romance and Celtic Languages. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Nic Craith, M. (1999). `Irish Speakers in Northern Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement' Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 22.6 pp 494-507.

Nic Craith, M. (1999). 'Linguistic policy in Ireland and the creation of a border'. In Anderson, M. and Bort, E. (eds.), The Irish Border: History, Politics, Culture. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Nic Craith, M. (2000). 'Contested identities and the quest for legitimacy'. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 21(5): 399-413.

Nic Craith, M. (2001). 'Cultural diversity in Northern Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement'. Occasional Paper Series, Institute of British Irish Studies, University College, Dublin, 2001.

Nic Craith, M. (2001). 'Politicised linguistic consciousness: the case of Ulster Scots'. Nations and Nationalism, 7(1): 21-37.

Northern Ireland Languages Strategy (NILS). (n.d.). Thoughts on a Languages Strategy for Northern Ireland. Available on WWW at http://www.arts.ulster.ac.uk/nils/admin/documents/docs/ Thoughts%20on%20a%20Languages%20Strategy%20for%20Northern%20Ireland.doc

Northover, M. and S. Donnelly. (1996). 'A future for English/Irish bilingualism in Northern Ireland?' Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Vol 17, No.1, pp 33-48 .

O Baoill, D. ( 2007). “Origins of Irish-medium Education: The Dynamic Core of Language Revitalisation in Northern Ireland”. In International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 10(4). pp410-427.

Ó Buachalla, B. (1978). I mBéal Feirste Cois Cuain. Baile Átha Cliath: An Clóchomhar Teo.

Ó Doibhlin, D. (n.d.). Going up the Glen: Womenfolk of the Glens of Antrim and the Irish Language. Belfast: ULTACH Trust in conjunction with Comhchoiste na Gaeilge, Aontruim Thuaidh.

Ó Drisceoil, P. (1996). 'Still Alien There? Attitudes Towards the Irish Language.' Causeway, 3 (1), pp 18-22.

Ó Dúill, G. (n.d.). Samuel Ferguson: An Introduction to his Life and Work. Supplement free with Fortnight 326.

Ó Glaisne, R. (1981). 'Irish and the Protestant Tradition.' The Crane Bag, 5 (2), pp 33-44.

Ó Glaisne, R. (1990). 'Protastúnaigh agus Conradh na Gaeilge.' In L. Prút (ed.) Dúchas. Baile Átha Cliath: Conradh na Gaeilge.

Ó hAdhmaill, F. (1985). Report of a Survey Carried out on the Irish Language in West Belfast in the Winter of 1984/5. Belfast: Glór na nGael.

O hUallachain, Colman. (1994). The Irish and Irish: A Socio-Linguistic Analysis of the Relationship between the People and their Language. Dublin: OFM.

O Maille, Tomas. (1990). The Status of the Irish Language: a Legal Perspective. Dublin: Bord na Gaeilge.

Ó Muilleoir, M. (1990). Comhad Comhairleora. Baile Átha Cliath: Coiscéim.

Ó Muirí, P. (1993). 'Irish in Belfast.' The Irish Review, 14, pp 81-87.

Ó Saothraí, S. (1992). An Ministir Gaelach: Uilliam Mac Néill (1774-1821). Baile ÁthaCliath: Coiscéim.

Ó Snodaigh, P. (1995 [1973]). Hidden Ulster: Protestants and the Irish Language. Belfast: Lagan Press in conjunction with the ULTACH Trust.

O'Reilly, C. (1992). Teanga dhúchais: The Irish Language and Ethnic Identity in West Belfast. Dissertation submitted as partial fulfilment for Master of Arts in Social Anthropology.

O'Reilly, C. (1993). 'The Development of the Irish Language in Belfast: A Brief Historical Background.' Ulster Local Studies, Vol. 15 (1), pp 72-9.

O'Reilly, C. (1995). Fíor-Ghaeil agus na Fíor-Gaelach: Tradition, Heritage and Authenticity in the Irish Language Revival. Unpublished paper presented at the Autumn Conference of the Association of Anthropology in Ireland.

O'Reilly, C. (1995). The Company of Strangers: Ethnicity and The Irish Language in West Belfast. Supplement with the February 1995 issue of Fortnight magazine.

O'Reilly, C. (1996). `The Irish Language - Litmus Test for Equality?' Irish Journal of Sociology 6 pp 154-178.

O'Reilly, C. (1996). Fíor-Ghaeil: The Politics of the Irish Language in West Belfast. Thesis submitted for the degree of PhD in Social Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, Queen's University of Belfast on 1 May 1996.

O'Reilly, C. (1997). 'Nationalists and the Irish Language in Northern Ireland: Competing Perspectives' in Aodáin Mac Póilin (ed) The Irish Language in Northern Ireland. Belfast: ULTACH Trust.

O'Reilly, C. (1998). 'The Irish Language as Symbol: Visual Representations of Irish in Northern Ireland.' In A. Buckley (ed.) Symbols in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University of Belfast.

O'Reilly, C. (1999). The Irish Language in Northern Ireland: The Politics of Culture and Identity. London: Macmillan.

O'Reilly, Camille. (1996). Fior-Ghaeil, the Politics of the Irish Language in West Belfast / PhD. Belfast: Queen's University Belfast.

O'Reilly, Camille. (1999). The Irish Language in Northern Ireland: the Politics of Culture and Identity. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Orr, P. (ed.) (1993). The Future of Irish: 10 Essays Celebrating One Hundred Years of the Irish Language Movement. Fortnight Supplement 316, April 1993.

Pobal. (2006). The Irish Language Act Northern Ireland: Pobal’s Proposals for an Irish Language Act. Available on WWW at http://www.pobal.org/english/docs_subs.php

Pobal. (2008). Developing a comprehensive policy and strategy to enhance and protect the development of the Irish Language. Available on WWW at http://www.pobal.org/english/docs_subs.php

Pollak, A. (1993). A Citizen's Enquiry: The Opsahl Report on Northern Ireland. Dublin: Lilliput. Press.

Pritchard, R.M.O. (1990). 'Language Policy in Northern Ireland.' Teangeolas Samhradh/Summer 1990, Vol 27, pp26-35.

Pritchard, R.M.O., and Loulidi, R. (1994). 'Some Attitudinal Aspects of Foreign Language Learning in Northern Ireland - Focus on Gender and Religious Affiliation'. British Journal of Educational Studies, 42, (4): 388-401.

Pritchard, Rosalind M.O. (2004). 'Protestants and the Irish Language: Historical Heritage and Current Attitudes in Northern Ireland', Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Volume 25. [Pre-publication copy of forthcoming paper.]

Richardson, J. (1711). A Proposal for the Conversion of the Popish Natives of Ireland to the Established Religion. Dublin: Printed by E. Waters.

Richardson, J. (1713). A Short History of the Attempts that have been made to Convert the Popish Natives of Ireland to the Established Religion. London: Printed by J. Downing.

Robinson, P. (1997). Esther, Quaen o tha Ulidian Pechts. Belfast: Ullans Press.

Robinson, P. (1997). Ulster-Scots: A Grammar of the Traditional Written and Spoken Language. Belfast: The Ullans Press.

Robinson, P. (1998). Wake the Tribe o' Dan. Belfast: Ullans Press.

Robinson, P. (2000). Fergus an Tha Stane o Destinie. Belfast: Ullans Press.

Robinson, P.S. (1989). 'The Scots Language in 17th century Ulster'. Ulster Folklife, 35, pp 86-99.

Rodgers, R. J. (1991). 'Vision Unrealised: The Presbyterian Mission to Irish Catholics in the Nineteenth Century'. Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, 20, pp 12-31.

Rolston, B. (1998). 'What's wrong with multiculturalism? Liberalism and the Irish conflict'. In D. Miller (ed.) Rethinking Northern Ireland. Essex: Addison Wesley Longman.

Rose, Jonathan. (1994). The Relevance of Ulster Politics: an application of relevance theory to political language in Northern Ireland / Dphil. Jordanstown: University of Ulster.

Scott, M. (1993) 'When the Planter was the Gael.' In P. Orr (ed.) The Future of Irish. Belfast: Fortnight Educational Trust.

Scullion, P. (1998). `Attitudes to the Public Presence of the Irish Language in Northern Ireland' (unpublished MA dissertation, the University of Wales).

SDLP. (1988.) Tuarisc ar an Chomhdháil: 'An Ghaeilge agus Teangacha eile is lú úsáide san Eoraip'.

SDLP. (n.d.). Irish Language Policy Paper Presented to the 16th Annual Conference.

Seery, J. (1991). 'Dr. Neilson's Irish Grammar.' Bulletin of the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland 20, pp 5-11.

Shirlow, Peter., and McGovern, Mark. (1997). 'Language, Discourse and Dialogue: Sinn Féin and the Irish Peace Process'. Political Geography, 17, (2): 171-186.

Sinn Féin. (1984). Learning Irish: A Discussion and Information Booklet. Belfast: Sinn Féin.

Sinn Féin. (1986). The Role Of the Language in Ireland's Cultural Revival. Belfast: Sinn Féin.

Standing Advisory Commission on Human Rights (SACHR). (1990). Religious and Political Discrimination and Equality of Opportunity in Northern Ireland. London: HMSO.

Stephens, M. (1976). 'The Gaels of Northern Ireland.' In Linguistic Minorities in Western Europe. Wales: Gomer Press.

Stokes, W. (1806.) Observations on the Necessity of Publishing the Scriptures in the Irish Language. Dublin: W. Watson.

Stothers, T. J. (1981). The Use of the Irish Language by Irish Presbyterians with Particular Reference to Evangelical Approaches to Roman Catholics. Dissertation presented to the Faculty of Theology in the Queen's University of Belfast as part of the requirements for the degree of the Master of Theology.

Sweeney, K. (1988). The Irish Language in Northern Ireland 1987: Preliminary Report of a Survey of Knowledge, Interest and Ability. Belfast: Policy Planning and Research Unit.

Sweeney, Kevin. (1988). The Irish Language in Northern Ireland - a Preliminary Report of A Survey of Knowledge, Interest and Ability. Belfast: Dept. of Finance and Personnel, Policy Planning and Research Unit.

Ulster Unionist Party (UUP). (1984). Devolution and the Northern Ireland Assembly: The Way Forward. Discussion Paper presented by the Ulster Unionist Party's Report Committee. Belfast: Ulster Unionist Party.

Wilson, J., and Stapleton, K. (2007). “Narratives of lesser-used languages in Europe: The case of Ulster Scots”, in, Wilson, J., and Millar, S. (ed) The Discourse of Europe. Talk and text in everyday life.  Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 173-196.

Wilson, J., and Stapleton, K. (2006). “Identity categories in use: The Ulster Scots identity in post-devolution Northern Ireland”, in, Wilson, J., and Stapleton, K. (eds) Devolution and Identity. Ashgate, pp. 11-31.

 


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