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  • Book review: A sociology of Ireland / by Hilary Tovey and Perry Share. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 2000. 

    McCullagh, Ciaran; Tovey, Hilary; Share, Perry (Economic & Social Research Institute, Dublin, 2001)
    According to its authors, this book has two aims. The first is to offer an interpretation of the development of Irish society. The second is to provide an introduction to the discipline of sociology. Underpinning both of ...
  • Community policing - a critique of recent proposals 

    McCullagh, Ciaran (Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin, 1985)
    In this article the proposals by the Association for Garda Sergeants and Inspectors, for a scheme of Community Policing, are outlined and discussed. Their innovatory nature is recognised but a number of problems - the ...
  • A tie that blinds: family and ideology in Ireland 

    McCullagh, Ciaran (Economic & Social Research Institute, Dublin, 1991)
    This paper examines the origins of the role of the family as a social symbol in Irish society. The source, it argues, is in the nature of the inequalities that were present in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century ...