Public Policy in a Divided Society: Schooling, Culture and Identity in Northern Ireland (Hardback)
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Public Policy in a Divided Society: Schooling, Culture and Identity in Northern Ireland (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 04/02/1999
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The drawing up and implementation of educational public policy in a culturally, religiously and politically divided country is the theme of this book on Northern Ireland. Politicians, educationalists and government departments give their views on the main ideologies and influences that move and shape the protection, recognition and reconciliation of such differences. The wider perspective on the Northern Ireland troubles is given, while more specific issues such as the creation of religiously integrated schools and the policy implications of "Direct Rule" are also considered.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781840143164
Dimensions: 159 x 224 mm

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