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Irish Studies

The Cambridge Scholars Publishing Irish Studies collection explores key aspects of colonial and post-colonial Ireland, presenting volumes on Irish historical studies alongside insights into cultural aspects including dance and literature. A particular focus is placed on the key topics of Irish political studies and the Catholic tradition, with contributions from key academics as well as poets and memoir writers.

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Irish Studies in Britain

The history essays in this volume explore how expressions of identity—particularly religious and political identity—shaped the experiences of Irish people from the early seventeenth to the early twentieth centuries, both in Ireland and abroad. They consist of an examination of the role played by Bonamargy Friary in the Antrim MacDo...
£39.99

Joyce in Progress

The essays gathered in Joyce in Progress are the fruit of the First Annual Graduate Conference in Joyce Studies held at the Università Roma Tre in February 2008, and organized by the Italian James Joyce Foundation. They are a testament to the enduring fascination of Joyce's writings and the ongoing liveliness of debate about the wr...
£39.99

Limerick Constitutional Na...

This book analyses local politics in Limerick from 1898 to 1918, reaching back to the Parnellite split and forward to the post-independence era. It explores at local level the relevance of the commemoration of 1798, the reunification of the Irish Parliamentary Party, and the emergence of multiple cultural political movements as wel...
£39.99

Managing Innovation in SME...

Innovating and developing new products is critical for the survival and growth of any small firm, but particularly for technology-based firms.This study of NPD at small Irish electronics firms makes two main contributions to knowledge. Firstly, the management of NPD at small firms is found to be different from that at large firms ...
£44.99

Marxist Perspectives on Ir...

This book involves a conscious attempt to bridge progressive academic scholarship with activist groups and communities in Ireland and beyond. Taking Howard Zinn’s maxim “You can’t be neutral on a moving train” seriously, the book attempts to examine Irish society, as much as it is possible to do so, from the point of view of those ...
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Networking in Ireland’s Et...

Networking in Ireland’s Ethnic Enterprises: Entrepreneurship and Opportunity gives readers a thorough and up-to-date insight into the networking practices of ethnic entrepreneurs in Ireland. The book provides readers with a theoretical grounding in formal and informal networking and gives a comprehensive insight into research condu...
£34.99

New Perspectives on the Ir...

New Perspectives on the Irish Catholic Tradition is a book of essays based on articles previously published in Position Papers. This is a monthly journal which explores theoretical and practical aspects of the Catholic faith, particularly as it is lived out in Ireland. The writers are Irish and Catholic, and are drawn from a wide v...
£34.99

Place, Culture and Communi...

The Ottawa Valley is a region of Canada straddling the Ottawa River in Ontario and Québec that is well known for its rich singing, storytelling, fiddling and step dancing traditions. Settled largely by the Irish, Scots and the French over the past two hundred years, it had largest concentration of people of Irish origin in Canada b...
£44.99

Polish Migrants in Belfast

Polish Migrants in Belfast: Border Crossing and Identity Construction proposes an understanding of identity as a multidimensional and multilayered entity whose various layers are in a dialogue. The book investigates the processual nature of one’s sense of belonging formed as a result of a dialectics between people’s efforts to pres...
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Romantic Ireland

The long nineteenth century, arguably the most significant period in Irish history, is marked by a series of events that changed the political landscape of the nation forever and gave rise to art and ideas of international importance. At one end of this tumultuous period, we have Grattan’s Parliament, the United Irishmen, the Rebel...
£54.99

Social Capital and the Rol...

Online social networking services have eliminated the four walls of brick and mortar found in traditional networking and now provide global access in real time to entrepreneurs regardless of industry. This book presents a qualitative analysis of how Irish entrepreneurs use technology, such as LinkedIn, in the formation, development...
£34.99

Social Trust and Life Insu...

This book investigates the role of incomplete knowledge, social trust and risk perceptions in influencing acceptance of the perceived risks related to insurers using genetic test results. In addition, the author identifies and explains the factors and conditions that affect this risk acceptance pattern. In order to do so, both surv...
£54.99
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