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Interpreting Northern Ireland

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John Whyte has been studying Northern Ireland since the mid 1960's. In "Interpreting Northern Ireland" he provides a guide to the mass of literature and comment.;In part one he surveys the research on the nature and extent of the community divide, examining in turn the religious, economic, political and psychological aspects of the issue. In part 2 he discusses ideological interpretations of the Northern Ireland problems, from unionist and nationalist to Marxist.;In the final section of the book he surveys the various solutions that have been proposed and looks critically at what the mass of research has achieved. He suggests that if it has not achieved more it may be because it has sometimes asked the wrong questions.

This lovely 1990 first hardback edition copy has a little browning and spotting to the fold-overs and some page edges, but these are its only apparent defects.

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Author(s):
Whyte, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8.75" x 5.5" (8vo)
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0198278489
ISBN-13:
9780198278481
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
Clarendon
Title:
Interpreting Northern Ireland

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John Whyte has been studying Northern Ireland since the mid 1960's. In "Interpreting Northern Ireland" he provides a guide to the mass of literature and comment.;In part one he surveys the research on the nature and extent of the community divide, examining in turn the religious, economic, political and psychological aspects of the issue. In part 2 he discusses ideological interpretations of the Northern Ireland problems, from unionist and nationalist to Marxist.;In the final section of the book he surveys the various solutions that have been proposed and looks critically at what the mass of research has achieved. He suggests that if it has not achieved more it may be because it has sometimes asked the wrong questions.

This lovely 1990 first hardback edition copy has a little browning and spotting to the fold-overs and some page edges, but these are its only apparent defects.

Author(s):
Whyte, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8.75" x 5.5" (8vo)
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0198278489
ISBN-13:
9780198278481
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
Clarendon
Title:
Interpreting Northern Ireland

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