Why Northern Ireland is becoming less ‘Northern Irish’, and more divided

Kevin Mcnicholl

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Abstract / Description of output

I want to illustrate a few concerning features of the Northern Ireland Life and Times survey (NILTS) data that haven’t yet received media attention, particularly in regard to cross-community contact and the Northern Irish identity.

There are some trends that exist which suggest Northern Ireland is becoming a more divided place, especially for young people economically affected by the recession.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationSlugger o'Toole
Publication statusPublished - 16 Jan 2014

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