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lord"s battle: an ethnographic and social study of paisleyism in Northern Ireland.
David Frank Taylor
Written in English
Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1983.
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Anti-Catholicism is part of the dynamics of Northern Ireland's conflict and is critical to the self-defining identity of certain Protestants. However, anti-Catholicism is as much a sociological process as a theological dispute about by: The Lord's Battle: An ethnographic and social study of Paisleyism in Northern Ireland.
Author: Taylor, D. ISNI: Awarding Body: Queen's University Current Institution: Queen's University Belfast Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. It also proposed the creation of a Council of Ireland, which would facilitate co-ordination and co-operation between the governments of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Paisley and other hardline unionists opposed the : William Beattie, Peter Robinson. control in Ireland, and Ireland’s social structure reflected the dominance of Protestants. Theological differences in Ireland obtained their saliency therefore because they. The existing literature on loyalist parading in Northern Ireland often situates Protestant displays of unionism within broader historical contexts of sectarian violence and intracommunal strife.
'The Troubles' - Suggested Reading The following contains suggested reading on the topics of the Northern Ireland conflict and politics in the region.
The list is a personal one prepared by the CAIN Project Manager. It is based on, and is a selection of, the main (searchable) CAIN bibliography.
The list is divided into main topic areas (and. Gareth I. Higgins and John D. Brewer. Queen’s University of Belfast. Introduction. The project funded by the Central Community Relations Unit under the title, ‘The Roots of Sectarianism’, on which we both worked, was a small and modestly funded affair, lasting six months, to examine some of the tap roots to sectarianism in Northern Ireland, specifically to explore the role theology.
As we shall see in the next chapter, Ireland had been one of the first sites for the ethnographic study of a modern nation, in field studies conducted in County Clare in the s which helped to redirect the course of world anthropology to the study of rural communities in the developed Western and Northern.
In book: Researching the Troubles: Social Science Perspectives on the Northern Ireland Conflict, Chapter: The roots of sectarianism in Northern Ireland, Publisher: Mainstream Publishers, Editors. Gilligan C. () Community Responses to Disaster: Northern Ireland as a Case Study.
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Observing, describing and assessing values cross-culturally, the authors propose various methodological approaches to the study of moralities, illustrated with rich ethnographic accounts, thus offering a valuable guide for students of anthropology, sociology and cultural studies and for professionals concerned with the empirical and cross.
This general reference contains the answers to these questions and about other entries covering the history and culture of Ireland from its earliest records to modern times.
Written primarily for general audiences in North America and Ireland, but also useful as quick reference for students and scholars, the articles are well-illustrated.
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