Browsing College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies by Subject "Community"
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(Taylor & Francis, 2011-09-20)At a time when languages in universities are under pressure, community-based learning language courses can have many positive benefits: they can increase interest in language learning, they can foster greater engagement ...
(2011)The contribution of family, kin and community relations to sustaining a rural way of life was the primary focus of Arensberg and Kimball's anthropological study of Irish families in the 1930s, published as Family and ...
(Heritage Council, 2015)Published by the Heritage Council in Heritage Outlook (2015), 2-4
(2013)We consider a methodological opportunity when revisiting classical anthropological studies, namely the social anthropological archive of the Harvard-Irish Survey (1930-1936). A gift of the Irish field diaries of Conrad ...