The Other Half

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For most of the next 75 years, each territory was strongly aligned to either Catholic or Protestant ideologies, although this was more marked in the six counties of Northern Ireland. Concepts relating to the constitution, the role of the state, national identity, race, gender, class, and sociability all play an important part in the way the papers are taught, and emphasis is placed on underlying intellectual, cultural, religious, and linguistic developments.

Pages: 302

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (March 25, 2014)

ISBN: B00AW75UHO

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