At Play in Belfast: Children's Folklore and Identities in Northern Ireland

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adolescents, 154, 173n5
adult-child dichotomy, 48, 52; challenges to, 73–79, 120; in fieldwork, 11, 15, 66–67, 151
adults: attempt to direct play, 31, 87, 88, 167; challenging of, 72, 73–79, 112; doctor as authority, 77–79; interfere in play, 23, 81–82; perceptions of children, 2, 11, 148, 150, 156–157, 170n9; perceptions of children's play, 49, 81–83, 170nn9, 14; reactions to rudeness, 49–50, 56–57, 58, 81–83; at the schools, 90; silencing of kids, 137, 147–148, 173n2; teacher as authority, 112
age, 16, 48–83; and grades in school, 19, 51–52, 160–161, 181n4; and limits on sectarian awareness, 129, 135–136; on the playground, 3, 18, 51–52, 125, 153
Ariès, Philippe, 52, 53, 54, 57, 149
army, British, 21, 139–140, 163, 178n34
Austin, Roger, 159, 177nn14, 15, 21, 178n29
authority, see adults
Belfast: economy, 91–92; history, 6; neighborhoods, 6–7, 159–167, 169n3, 180n14; population shifts within, 6–7; schools, 7, 51–52, 180n1; segregation within, 6–7, 152–153; unemployment in, 159167. See also Northern Ireland; Troubles
Bluebond-Langner, Myra, 5
Boas, Franz, 85–86
Bovine Spongiform Encephalitis (BSE), 36, 172nn25, 26
boys: exclusion from games, 35, 43, 88; expectations of behavior, 120123; games of, 95; interactions with adults, 163, 170n6; interactions with each other, 96; interactions with girls, 22, 28, 30, 31, 35, 36, 38–39, 43, 87–90, 99–102; on the playground, 22, 23, 26, 28, 2931; playing “girl's” games, 28–29, 43, 153; skipping, 43, 100; and violence, 81–82, 167. See also fathers; football; gender; masculinity; men
Breen, Suzanne, 102
Brunvand, Jan, 116

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