Politics in Northern Ireland

By Paul Mitchell; Rick Wilford | Go to book overview

Politics in
Northern Ireland

edited by
Paul Mitchell and
Rick Wilford

The Queen's University of Belfast

Westview Press A Member of the Perseus Books Group

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Politics in Northern Ireland
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • List of Acronyms xi
  • Preface xv
  • 1 - The Past in the Present 1
  • References and Further Reading 27
  • 2 - Political Violence and the Paramilitaries 29
  • References and Further Reading 50
  • 3 - Segmentation and the Social Structure 52
  • References and Further Reading 64
  • 4 - The Electoral Systems 66
  • References and Further Reading 88
  • 5 - The Party System and Party Competition 91
  • References and Further Reading 115
  • 6 - Regional Assemblies and Parliament 117
  • References and Further Reading 139
  • 7 - Policymaking 142
  • References and Further Reading 166
  • 8 - Policing and Security 170
  • References and Further Reading 193
  • 9 - Women and Politics 195
  • References and Further Reading 217
  • 10 - Northern Ireland and the Republic 220
  • References and Further Reading 239
  • 11 - Anglo-Irish Relations and Constitutional Policy 242
  • References and Further Reading 262
  • 12 - "Futures" 265
  • References and Further Reading 283
  • 13 - Epilogue 285
  • References and Further Reading 303
  • Notes 305
  • About the Editors and Contributors 315
  • Index 317
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