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Contemporary Ireland

Author: Sara O'Sullivan
Publisher: Univ College Dublin Press
ISBN: 9781904558873
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A very readable, in-depth description and analysis of the transformations that have taken place in Ireland over the past ten years during the heyday of the Celtic Tiger.

Community Media And Identity In Ireland

Author: Jack Rosenberry
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 135139701X
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This book explores how Ireland’s community media outlets reflect and shape identity at the local level. While aspects of its culture date back centuries, the nation-state of Ireland is less than one hundred years old. Because of this and other elements of the island’s history, Irish identity is a contested topic and the island is a place where culture, identity and geography are tightly intertwined. By addressing how community media serve as agents for community building, the book examines how they in turn influence the way individuals connect with their communities.

Meanings Of Life In Contemporary Ireland

Author: T. Inglis
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137413727
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The struggle to create and sustain meaning in our everyday lives is fought using cultural ingredients to spin the webs of meaning that keep us going. To help reveal the complexity and intricacy of the webs of meaning in which they are suspended, Tom Inglis interviewed one-hundred people in their native home of Ireland to discover what was most important and meaningful for them in their lives. Inglis believes language is a medium: there is never an exact correspondence between what is said and what is felt and understood. Using a variety of theoretical lenses developed within sociology and anthropology, Inglis places their lives within the context of Ireland's social and cultural transformations, and of longer-term processes of change such as increased globalisation, individualisation, and informalisation.

Contemporary Ireland

Author: Eoin O'Malley
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 0230343821
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Ireland has undergone huge change in recent times. Its economy moved from 'basket case' to 'tiger', its quality of life ranked as the best in the world, and its society became more open and outward-looking under the pressures of globalization. Yet this state of affairs was given a severe shock by the global economic crisis; Ireland found itself in the eye of the storm, and has once more been forced to adapt socially, politically and economically. This concise and lively book gives a comprehensive account of today's Ireland. Written by an acknowledged expert, it gives a realistic picture of Ireland's changing fortunes and of Irish life in the twenty-first century. Each aspect of Ireland's politics, economy, society and culture is systematically unpacked and set in historical context. The text is enlivened throughout with photographs and with boxes on topics ranging from the pronunciation of Irish names to Ireland's international identity 'between Boston and Berlin'. Assuming no prior knowledge and combining clarity with rigor, Contemporary Ireland is the ideal introduction to this fascinating country.

Arbeit In Europa

Author: Klaus Dörre
Publisher: Campus Verlag
ISBN: 3593501783
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Auf den europäischen und globalen Arbeitsmärkten ist im Zuge der Finanzkrise eine zunehmende Prekarisierung zu beobachten. Ausgehend von diesem Befund lenken die Autorinnen und Autoren den Blick auf neue soziale Ungleichheiten in Europa und dabei auf die Folgen einer – am deutschen Modell ausgerichteten – aktivierenden, marktkonformen Regulierung von Arbeit: Die Rezepte des »deutschen Jobwunders« verhindern Wachstum geradezu, tragen wenig zur Lösung der Schuldenproblematik bei und verstärken die Gefahr sozialer, ja gewalttätiger Konflikte. Das Buch liefert eine Bestandsaufnahme der aktuellen Arbeitsmarktsituation in Europa, diskutiert kritisch die Übertragbarkeit des deutschen Modells und skizziert darüber hinaus alternative Ansätze einer nachhaltigeren Arbeitspolitik und Wirtschaftsdemokratie. Mit Beiträgen von Brigitte Aulenbacher, Martin Baethge, Martin Beckmann, Adelheid Biesecker, Kristina Binner, Gerhard Bosch, Maria Dammayr, Klaus Dörre, Nico Dragano, François Dubet, Kerstin Jürgens, Steffen Lehndorff, Steffen Liebig, Josep Banyuls Llopis, Maria Markantonatou, Albert Recio, Stefan Schmalz, Olaf Struck, Hans-Jürgen Urban, Edward Webster, James Wickham und Erik Olin Wright.

The Cambridge Social History Of Modern Ireland

Author: Eugenio F. Biagini
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107095581
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Covering three centuries of unprecedented demographic and economic changes, this textbook is an authoritative and comprehensive view of the shaping of Irish society, at home and abroad, from the famine of 1740 to the present day. The first major work on the history of modern Ireland to adopt a social history perspective, it focuses on the experiences and agency of Irish men, women and children, Catholics and Protestants, and in the North, South and the diaspora. An international team of leading scholars survey key changes in population, the economy, occupations, property ownership, class and migration, and also consider the interaction of the individual and the state through welfare, education, crime and policing. Drawing on a wide range of disciplinary approaches and consistently setting Irish developments in a wider European and global context, this is an invaluable resource for courses on modern Irish history and Irish studies.

Masculinities Care And Equality

Author: N. Hanlon
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 113726487X
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This book explores men's ambiguous relationship with intimate caring work within a context where carefree and nurturing expectations for men are competing for influence. For men, to be more involved carers clashes with commonly valued expectations of them as men and this book analyses how men confront this contradictory expectation.

Ireland And The European Union

Author: Brigid Laffan
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137048352
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Recent times have witnessed a dramatic turn around in Ireland's fortunes. From being a poor and peripheral state, it has emerged as a prosperous, dynamic and self-assured player among the nations of Europe. For many, the Irish experience provides a model of the potential rewards of European integration. But, just how far are changes in Irish society the result of EU membership? What difference has the EU made to Ireland and, for that matter, Ireland to the EU? This major new study of Irish-European relations provides a rich account of Ireland's membership of the EU and the impact of the EU on the institutions, policy and economy of Ireland It will be read with benefit by all who want to further understand what Europe means for Ireland and those wanting to learn from Ireland's experience in a comparative context.

Changing Ireland In International Comparison

Author: Betty Hilliard
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Based on data from the International Society Survey Programme (ISSP), an international co-operative project of cross-national survey research carried out on an annual basis across 41 countries, the book comprises an analysis of social and attitudinal change in Ireland over a period of unprecedented societal transformation, by a group of experts from the Social Science Research Centre, UCD and their associate, Michael Hout, Professor of Sociology at the University of California at Berkeley. The book provides a source of measuring attitudes "before and after" the boom on a variety of important themes in international comparison at a crucial time of increasing globalisation. Three main areas are covered: economic aspects of change; family and gender; and cultural change. Changing Ireland in International Comparison is an essential reference for lecturers and students of social science, as well as policy-makers, commentators and anybody interested in today's Ireland.

Irish Women At War

Author: Gillian McIntosh
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This book is the first to assess the impact of conflict on women in 20th-Century Ireland, and how women responded to and influenced these conflicts themselves. Their roles ranged from combatants, pioneers and workers, victims and survivors, prisoners, poets, playwrights, and artists. Irish women have played their part in many spheres during two World Wars and three national conflicts in the 20th Century. Drawing on original research from a range of international scholars, and covering the span of the century, the book considers women and war through a myriad of themes - militarism, morality, political activism, and motherhood - and through the lens of a variety of sources, from memoirs to political propaganda, artistic output to activism on the streets. Whatever their socio-economic or political background, a common thread of engagement links Irish women in wartime as they challenged and changed societies subsumed by hostilities.