Demography State and Society

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  • Author : Enda Delaney
  • Publisher : Liverpool University Press
  • Pages : 345 pages
  • ISBN : 0853237352
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Demography State and Society

Demography  State and Society
  • Author : Enda Delaney
  • Publisher : Liverpool University Press
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Between the foundation of the new Irish state in 1921–22 and the early 1970s approximately one-and-a-half million people left independent Ireland, the vast majority travelling to Britain. Demography, State and Society is the first comprehensive analysis of the twentieth-century Irish exodus to Britain. Meticulously researched, using an exhaustive range of previously unused source materials, this book provides a detailed examination of the many ways in which migration shaped twentieth-century Irish society. The book focuses on a number of vital themes, many

Britain s Population

Britain s Population
  • Author : Steven Jackson
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 11 January 2013
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Britain's Population addresses issues relating to the demographic characteristics of British society. Many of the contemporary features of the population relate to changes in the past - particularly the ups and downs in attitudes to marriage and family formation. The history of these trends is considered, including the 'baby boom' of the 1960s when three million children were added to the population within the space of ten years. Jackson argues that the impact of this bulge generation can still be

The Future of Singapore

The Future of Singapore
  • Author : Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir,Bryan S. Turner
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 09 May 2014
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Singapore, like many other advanced economies, has a relatively low, and declining, birth-rate. One consequence of this, and a consequence also of the successful economy, is that migrants are being drawn in, and are becoming an increasing proportion of the overall population. This book examines this crucial development, and assesses its likely impact on Singapore society, politics and the state. It shows that, although Singapore is a multi-ethnic society, migration and the changing ethnic mix are causing increasing strains, putting

Women Gender and Labour Migration

Women  Gender and Labour Migration
  • Author : Lecturer in Social and Economic History Pamela Sharpe,Pamela Sharpe
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 31 January 2002
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Approximately half of all migrants today are female. The contributors to this volume consider the ways in which attention to gender is moving debates away from old paradigms, such as the push/pull motivation which used to dominate the field of migration studies. The authors consider women's experience of migration, especially in long distance, transnational moves. They examine the extent to which labour migration is a social and strategic decision for women.

Britain s Population

Britain s Population
  • Author : Stephen Jackson
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 24 January 1998
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Britain's Population addresses issues relating to the demographic characteristics of British society. Many of the contemporary features of the population relate to changes in the past - particularly the ups and downs in attitudes to marriage and family formation. The history of these trends is considered, including the 'baby boom' of the 1960s when three million children were added to the population within the space of ten years. Jackson argues that the impact of this bulge generation can still be

The Birth of a New Europe

The Birth of a New Europe
  • Author : Theodore S. Hamerow
  • Publisher : UNC Press Books
  • Release : 01 August 2016
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Between the conclusion of the Napoleonic Wars and the outbreak of the First World War, Europe underwent a transformation unparalleled in its history. No comparable degree of change had occurred on the Continent since the New Stone Age. Theodore Hamerow examines the innovations that challenged nineteenth-century Europe, using a perspective that transcends events that occurred within national boundaries. He brings together political, social, diplomatic, and national developments to demonstrate how they relate to the profound transformations brought about by the

Religion and Greater Ireland

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  • Author : Colin Barr,Hilary M. Carey
  • Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
  • Release : 01 November 2015
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Impelled by economic deprivation at home and spiritual ambition abroad, nineteenth-century Irish clerics and laypeople reshaped the many sites where they came to pray, preach, teach, trade, and settle. So decisive was the role of religion in the worlds of Irish settlement that it helped to create a "Greater Ireland" that encompassed the entire English-speaking world and beyond. Rejecting the popular notion that the Irish were passive victims of imperial oppression, Religion and Greater Ireland demonstrates how religion opened up

Britain Ireland and the Second World War

Britain  Ireland and the Second World War
  • Author : Ian S. Wood
  • Publisher : Edinburgh University Press
  • Release : 28 February 2010
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For Britain the Second World War exists in popularmemory as a time of heroic sacrifice, survival and ultimate victory overFascism. In the Irish state the years 1939-1945 are still remembered simplyas 'the Emergency'. Eire was one of many small states which in 1939 chosenot to stay out of the war but one of the few able to maintain itsnon-belligerency as a policy.How much this owed to Britain's militaryresolve or to the political skills of amon de Valera is a key

Irish Migration Networks and Ethnic Identities since 1750

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  • Author : Dr Enda Delaney,Donald M. MacRaild
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 29 August 2007
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This collection of essays demonstrates in vivid detail how a range of formal and informal networks shaped the Irish experience of emigration, settlement and the construction of ethnic identity in a variety of geographical contexts since 1750. It examines topics as diverse as the associational culture of the Orange Order in the nineteenth century to

Antecedents of Censuses from Medieval to Nation States

Antecedents of Censuses from Medieval to Nation States
  • Author : Rebecca Jean Emigh,Dylan Riley,Patricia Ahmed
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 26 January 2016
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Antecedents of Censuses From Medieval to Nation States, the first of two volumes, examines the influence of social formations on censuses from the medieval period through current times. The authors argue that relative influence of states and societies is probably not linear, but depends on the actual historical configuration of the states and societies, as well as the type of population information being collected. They show how information gathering is an outcome of the interaction between states and social forces,

Everyday Violence in the Irish Civil War

Everyday Violence in the Irish Civil War
  • Author : Gemma Clark
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 21 April 2014
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Provides an innovative study of the violence experienced by non-combatants during the Irish Civil War of 1922-3. The author surveys the function and frequency of violent acts ranging from arson, intimidation and animal maiming, to assault, murder and sexual abuse that transpired amongst civilians and revolutionaries throughout the period of conflict.

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The Irish Civil War and Society
  • Author : G. Foster
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 18 February 2015
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The Irish Civil War and Society sheds new light on the social currents shaping the Irish Civil War, from the 'politics of respectability' behind animosities and discourses; to the intersection of social conflicts with political violence; to the social dimensions of the war's messy aftermath.

Moving Histories

Moving Histories
  • Author : Jennifer Redmond
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 01 January 2019
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Moving Histories is the first book to detail the lives of women who left Ireland after independence. Drawing on a wide range of archival material, this book traces new narratives to bring original insights into the migration of thousands of Irish women in the twentieth century. Despite having a strong tendency to leave Ireland like men, women's migration to Britain has been less well studied. Yet Irish women could be found in all walks of life in Britain, from the

The I R A at War 1916 1923

The I R A  at War 1916 1923
  • Author : Peter Hart
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 20 November 2003
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Between 1916 and 1923, Ireland experienced rebellion and mass mobilization, guerrilla and civil war, partition and ethnic conflict, and the transfer of power from British to Irish governments. The essays in The I.R.A. at War propose a new history of this Irish revolution: one that encompasses the whole of the island as well as Britain, all of the violence and its consequences, and the entire period from the Easter Rising to the end of the Civil War. When did the