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Discussion paper on Irish language radio broadcasting
(NUI Galway and Mary Immaculate College, UL, 2018-01)
This discussion paper presents the findings of the first phase of an ongoing study into the use of Irish language on the country s radio stations, other than those that broadcast exclusively in Irish. Under broadcasting ...
The Gaelic Undertow: Seán Ó hEochaidh's field trip to the Bluestacks in 1947
(Cambridge Scholars' Press, 2013)
A discussion of perspectives by Seán Ó hEochaidh in life in the Bluestack Mountains, Co. Donegal, in the mid-twentieth century.
Leathscéal ag na Mná – An greann agus an inscne i scéal le Bab Feiritéar / Humor and gender in ‘The Woman’s Excuse’ as told by Bab Feiritéar
Discussion of the interplay of gender in humour in a telling of the tale ATU 'The Enchanted Pear Tree' by the Kerry storyteller Cáit (An Bhab) Feiritéar.
The Irish language in County Meath, 1700-1900
(Geography Publications, 2015-12)
[No abstract available]
‘New speakers’ of Irish in the United States: practices and motivations
(De Gruyter, 2015-05-28)
This paper examines the experiences and motivations of 'new speakers' of Irish in the United States. 'New speakers' of Irish refer to those whose first language is not Irish but who use the language regularly and fluently. ...
National identity and belonging among gay ‘new speakers’ of Irish
(John Benjamins Publishing, 2019-03)
New speakers refer to people who use a language regularly but are not traditional native speakers of that language. Although this discussion has been going on for some time in other sub-disciplines of linguistics, it ...
The role of emotions and positionality in the trajectories of ‘new speakers’ of Irish
(SAGE Publications, 2017-07-28)
Aims and Objectives/Purpose/Research Questions: The aim of this paper is to describe and analyse the emotional experiences and positionality of new speakers of Irish, fluent and regular speakers who were not raised with ...
New speakers of Irish and identities
This chapter examines the links between the Irish language and identity in the discourses of new speakers. Despite the strong historical association of Irish with national ethnocultural identity, the chapter identifies a ...