An analysis of the social, religious and gender role attitudes of Catholic and Protestant women in the Republic of Ireland: a comparative study
Citation:Florence E. V. Craven, 'An analysis of the social, religious and gender role attitudes of Catholic and Protestant women in the Republic of Ireland: a comparative study', [thesis], Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, 2006, pp 400
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The focus of this research is an analysis of the similarities and differences in the social, religious and gender role attitudes of modem Protestant (Church of Ireland) and Catholic women in the Republic of Ireland. This study is new in that it studies the attitudes of a female sample stratified according to religious tradition (Catholic/Protestant), so as to enable an examination of comparisons between the two groups. The sample was also stratified by age (21-46/47-70 years) and location (rural/urban). Irish sociological, social psychological and feminist scholarship has produced diverse work concerning many facets of Irish women’s lives, but little research has specifically focused on the attitudes of Irish Protestant and Catholic women as distinct groups.
Author: Craven, Florence E. V.
Publisher:Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
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Type of material:thesis
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