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  • A Changing Geopolitical Landscape: Informal Institutions and Democratization 

    GURDGIEV, CONSTANTIN (2006)
    The main purpose of this article is to explore the role that informal organisations play in the legitimisation of regime change and the failure of key modern theories of globalisation and international relations (I.R.) to ...
  • A Conservative revolution:: the electoral response to economic crisis in Ireland 

    MARSH, MICHAEL ANTHONY (2014)
    The 2011 election in Ireland was one of the most dramatic elections in European postwar history in terms of net electoral volatility. In some respects the election overturned the traditional party system. Yet it was a ...
  • Continuity and change in Irish electoral politics, 1923-1969 

    Garvin, Tom (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    The purpose of this study is to examine certain long-term trends in Irish parliamentary representation since the founding of the State to indicate certain interrelationships between the trends suggestsome explanations for ...
  • The cultural politics of William Carlos William's poetry 

    O'ROURKE, CIARAN (Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English, 2019)
    This thesis offers a political reading of William Carlos Williams's poetry. Grounding its analysis in the work of a range of authors and theorists, as well as his own biography and writings, it approaches Williams's poems ...
  • Impact of lower preference votes on Irish parliamentary elections, 1922-1977 

    Gallagher, Michael (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1979)
    This paper examines the electoral impact of the counting and transfer of lower preference votes on Dail elections since 1922. The relationship between transfers and constituency size is assessed, and it is shown that a ...
  • Intra-unionist disputes in Northern Ireland house of commons, 1921-72 

    Whyte, JH (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    This is a report on a research project carried out in 1972, and again in 1973, by students taking the special subject in the Government of Ireland, in the Political Science Department at the Queen's University of Belfast. ...
  • An Leabharlann : The Irish Library 

    Sliney, Marjory (Library Association of Ireland, ireland, 2017-10-09)
    Full Issue. Contents: ARTICLES: 1. The Linen Hall Library / Samantha McCombe - 2. The rise, fall and rise of the printed book / Hugh Murphy - 3. MARKETING – your strategy matters / Ronan Cox - CONFERENCE REPORTS: 1. UKSG- ...
  • The Linen Hall Library 

    McCombe, Samantha (Library Association of Ireland, ireland, 2017-10-02)
    The twenty second Librarian of the Linen Hall Library in Belfast, takes us on a whistle stop tour of 229 years in the history of the city’s oldest Library. She gives an overview of its historic collections, and reflects ...
  • Nationalist elites, Irish voters and Irish political-development - comparative perspective 

    Garvin, Tom (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1977)
    In this essay it is argued that the Irish political system, although it is usually seen as a deviant case among Western polities, is best viewed in a broader comparative perspective - that of decolonialising political ...
  • Party loyalty and Irish voters - EEC referendum as a case study 

    Garvin, Tom; Parker, Anthony (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1972)
    Voter loyalties to the established parties in the Irish political system are quite strong, but by no means unconditional. Shifts in voter support do occur over time. The most vivid instance of the Irish voter's ability to ...
  • Party loyalty and Irish voters - EEC referendum as a case study 

    Gillman, C (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    In their paper Tom Garvin and Anthony Parker set out to describe the geographical variation of the voting pattern in the EEC Referendum, and to analyse the relationship between party loyalties and the Referendum vote. The ...
  • Party loyalty and Irish voters - reply 

    Garvin, Tom; Parker, Anthony (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    Informed and constructive criticism is always to be welcomed. However, we feel obliged to comment on a number of points raised by Mr Gillman in his extended examination of our paper. Our inclusion of spoilt votes does ...
  • Party loyalty at referenda and general elections: evidence from recent Irish contests 

    McCarthy, C.; Ryan, T. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1976)
    The paper explores the extent of voter loyalty to party at different kinds of electoral contest. Voter transition matrices are computed using an estimation technique based on a quadratic programming algorithm. The data ...
  • Patterns in Irish voting, 1969 to 1973 

    Gillman, C (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1973)
    The Irish General Election which was held on 18 June 1969, the Referendum on joining the EEC, held on 10 May 1972, the Referenda on (a) amending Article 44 of the Constitution, and (b) reducing the voting age to 18, which ...
  • Political institutions, voter turnout, and policy outcomes 

    NARCISO, GAIA (2012)
    This paper tests whether constitutions directly affect economic outcomes. By introducing citizens? political participation as the driving force connecting institutions to policy outcomes, we empirically show that voter ...
  • Slan Abhaile Mural, Bogside, Derry. 

    unknown (2009-06-15)
  • Some political behaviour patterns and attitudes of roman catholic priests in a rural part of Northern Ireland 

    Fahy, Patrick A. (Economic & Social Studies, DUBLIN, 1971)
    The activities of churchmen in the field of politics can be approached by the political scientist on two levels. On the macro-political level, the church as a whole is taken to be the unit of analysis. This approach views ...