16 black & white illustrations, 7 black & white tables, 16 black & white line drawings
Elizabeth Meehan, Katy Hayward, Niall O Dochartaigh
Table Of Contents
Foreword [Brendan O'Leary] Introduction [Niall O Dochartaigh, Katy Hayward and Elizabeth Meehan] Part I: Contexts 1. State, Nation, Island: The Politics of Territory in Ireland [Niall O Dochartaigh] 2. The British-Irish Relationship: Confusion, Complexity and (ultimately) Consensus [Paul Arthur] 3. The EU Context of Change in State and Nation Post-1973 [Brigid Laffan] 4. The Effectiveness of the Agreement: International Conditions and Contexts [Jennifer Todd] 5. British-Irish Relations and the Northern Ireland Peace Process: The Importance of Intergovernmentalism [Peter McLoughlin] Part II: Competition 6. Modelling Ireland's Crises: North, South, and North-South Intersections [Joseph Ruane] 7. The Changing Nature of Electoral Competition in Ireland [Michael Gallagher] 8. Dynamics of Change in Political Parties: An All-Island Perspective [Jonathan Tonge] 9. Nationalist in the North and Socialist in the South? Examining Sinn Fein's Support Base on Both Sides of the Border [John Garry] Part III: Complexity 10. Persistent Gender Inequality in Political Representation, North and South [Yvonne Galligan] 11. Northern Intransigence and Southern Indifference: North-South Cooperation Since the Belfast Agreement [Andy Pollak] 12. Women's Activisms in Ireland, North and South: Different Pathways, Shared Interests [Melanie Hoewer] 13. Nations, Citizens and 'Others' on the Island of Ireland [Katy Hayward and Kevin Howard]
Niall O Dochartaigh is Senior lecturer in the School of Political Science and Sociology at the National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, and convener of the ECPR Standing Group on Political Violence. Katy Hayward is Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Fellow of The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen's University Belfast, UK. Elizabeth Meehan holds an Emeritus Chair in the School of Law at Queen's University Belfast, UK. In 2001, she moved from the School of Politics in Queen's University Belfast to become the Founding Director of the university's new Institute of Governance and Public Policy.