Resolving conflict in a divided society : contact, community relations and identity in Northern Ireland
Recent census data and successive surveys within Northern Ireland have recorded that a significant minority of both Catholics and Protestants choose not to identify as Irish or British, opting instead to identify as Northern Irish. Using data from the Northern Ireland Social Attitudes (NISA) and Northern Ireland Life and Times (NILT) surveys, this study estimates connections between this trend and community relations initiatives that aim to increase contact between Catholics and Protestants. It...[Show more]
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