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  • Denial, polarization and massacre - a comparative-analysis of Northern Ireland and Zanzibar 

    Thompson, J.L.P. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    The Zanzibar Revolution of l964 and the Northern Ireland conflict since 1968 are compared. They are similar in their polarisation processes, but differ in the level of killing, which is much higher in Zanzibar. Northern ...
  • Inflation, taxation, capital-markets and the demand for housing in Ireland 

    Irvine, Ian (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    The objective of this paper is to examine the effect of inflation on the quantity of housing demanded where mortgage interest payments are tax deductable and where capital markets set a limit upon the amount which can be ...
  • Education of farm children 

    Conway, A.G.; O'Hara, P. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    In this paper we examined educational participation by farm children, from two small areas in the West of Ireland. There has been a dramatic increase in participation, especially since the introduction of free post-primary ...
  • The sociodemographic spatial structure of Dublin in 1981 

    Brady, J.E.; Parker, A.J. (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1986)
    The small area statistics of the 1981 Census of Population are analysed with a view to identifying the spatial patterns associated with the socio-demographic structure of Dublin. Factors identify the Socio-Economic Status ...

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