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Dangerously Empty? Hegemony and the construction of the Irish Entrepreneur
(SAGE Journals Online, 2012-03)
In this paper we build on Jones and Spicer's (2009) conceptualisation of the entrepreneur as an empty signifier. We explore the function of the signifier 'entrepreneurship' within a social context marked by crisis: Ireland ...
Consideration of coastal risk in the Irish spatial planning process
The vulnerability of coastal areas to associated hazards is increasing due to population growth, development pressure and climate change. It is incumbent on coastal governance regimes to address the vulnerability of coastal ...
Institutionalised for poverty: women's rights and child welfare in the Ireland, 1922-1996
While referring to all citizens of the Republic, the oft-cited reference to the 1916 Proclamation and cherishing all the children of the nation equally holds much relevance when discussing the institutionalisation of ...
Outcomes for permanence and stability for children in long-term care in Ireland
(Irish Foster Care Association, 2018)
This article is based on research about children in long-term care. It focuses on the factors that help and hinder a child being and feeling stable in their foster home and having a sense of permanence. The research was ...
Translating the Vatican: Paul Cullen, power and language in nineteenth-century Ireland
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-09-29)
This paper examines how one of the most influential figures in nineteenth-century Ireland, Cardinal Paul Cullen, used language and translation to further his career and his vision for the Catholic Church in this period. ...
That dangerous serpent: Garibaldi and Ireland 1860 - 1870
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2010-09-28)
This article analyses the reaction to Garibaldi in Ireland during the Risorgimento, a reaction which, in its negativity, generally contrasted with the Italian's heroic depiction elsewhere. Attitudes towards Garibaldi ...
Woman's Life magazine and women’s lives in Ireland in the 1950s
(Irish Labour History Society, 2013)
[No abstract available]
A reassembly of the monumental fragments in Dowth townland and their significance as an integral part of the prehistoric numinous precince of Brú na Bóinne, Co. Meath.
(Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland, 2015)
This article explores the early prehistory of Dowth townland and advances a reinterpretation of its surviving archaeological fragments against the contextual backdrop of Newgrange, Knowth and the greater Brú na Bóinne ...
Crewbane souterrain and nearby archaeologial features, Brugh na Bóinne, Slane, Co. Meath
(Meath Archaeological and Historical Society, 2012)
[No abstract available]
'Ah, Ireland, the caring nation': foreign aid and Irish state identity in the long 1970s
(Cambridge University Press, 2013-05)
On a plane leaving Baidoa refugee camp in Somalia in late 1992, an Arab doctor offered John O'Shea, head of the relief agency Goal, a glimpse of how the Irish were viewed in that civil war-ravaged state. ‘Ah, Ireland’, he ...