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  • Sweeney, Kevin (University of Limerick, 2016)
    This thesis examines the role of investigative interviewing in the Irish criminal justice system. Investigative interviewing covers all aspects of speaking to persons, in the course of a criminal investigation, to obtain ...
  • Chant 
    Giraud, Eleanor (SAGE, 2019)
    In many cultures, chant plays an important role in religious or ritual activities.  This encyclopedia entry examines a selection of the world's chant traditions, placing them in their historical and cultural contexts, in ...
  • Doucette, Laurel; Quigley, Colin (1981)
    While many folklorists might find the tabulation of Child ballad statistics a tedious and somewhat anachronistic exercise, few would deny the historical value of describing in detail the results of one phase of Canadian ...
  • O'Connor, Pat (Institute of Public Administration, 1992)
    The past five years have seen the beginning of long awaited and long overdue legislative reform in the child care area with the introduction of the Status of Children Act, 1987; the Adoption Act, 1988; the Judicial ...
  • Häge, Frank M (Oxford University Press, 2011)
    The similarity of states' foreign policy positions is a standard variable in the dyadic analysis of international relations. Recent studies routinely rely on Signorino and Ritter's (1999, Tau-b or not tau-b: Measuring the ...
  • Finnegan, Aengus (2016)
    no abstract available
  • Donlan, Seán Patrick (Louisiana State University * Paul M. Hebert Law Center, 2012)
    no abstract available
  • O'Flynn, Micheal; Power, Martin J.; McCabe, Conor; Silke, Henry (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2013)
    In this paper we outline the features of an emergent resistance in Ireland. We examine its stunted development in the context of the period of speculative expansion known as the ‘Celtic Tiger’. We draw attention to ...
  • O'Regan, Philip; Halpin, Brendan (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2011)
    Drawing primarily on data from the 1911 Irish Census, and adopting a specifically Weberian focus, this paper investigates the separate explanatory power of class and status in the stratification of outcomes. Specifically ...
  • Halpin, Brendan (Department of Sociology; University of Limerick, 2016)
    Analysts doing cluster analysis sometimes want the data to tell them the optimum number of clusters. Common "stopping rules" use the Calinski-Harabasz pseudo-F statistic and Duda-Hart indices, which are based on squared ...
  • Häge, Frank M (Cambridge University Press, 2013)
    Although qualified-majority voting is possible, member states in the Council of the European Union (EU) still adopt most policies by consensus. The agent-based model of coalition building in multilateral negotiations ...
  • Darcy, Guinevere (University of Limerick, 2014)
    In the current language dynamic of Ireland, the number of L1 speakers of Irish within the Gaeltacht areas is diminishing. The home language of the Gaeltacht is gradually shifting towards Irish-English bilingualism, and ...
  • Coffey, Gerard (Sage Publications, 2009)
    What constitutes an intention to commit a criminal offence has proven to be a notoriously difficult concept to define.1 The issue as to whether the accused intended the consequences of the prohibited act or omission ...
  • Halpin, Brendan; O'Donoghue, Cathal (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2004)
    Cohabitation has grown strongly in Ireland over the last decade. We use large-scale surveys to characterise its extent and nature. We find it has almost tripled in incidence between 1994 and 2002. It is associated with ...
  • Kelly-Holmes, Helen (Walter de Gruyter, 2014)
    The mediatized spaces that have opened up as a result of the contemporary era of globalized digital media are evident in all three contributions to this section: Máiréad Moriarty highlights how Irish can become a resource ...
  • Hinds, Anna-Louise; Eaton, Sinead (Thomson Reuters Ireland Limited, 2014)
    Commitment decisions in competition law enforcement are a form of formal settlement, by which undertakings under investigation for a potential breach of competition law essentially commit with the investigating competition ...
  • Robinson, Neil (University of Limerick, Department of Politics & Public Administration, 2003)
    no abstract available
  • O'Neill, Aimee; Moss, Hilary (Taylor and Francis, 2015)
    This paper describes a community art therapy group for people living with chronic pain. Nine adults were offered 12 weekly group art therapy sessions that included art therapy activities such as guided imagery focusing ...
  • de Burca, Stefán; Flood, P; Armstrong, Claire; McCurtain, S; Saunders, Jean (Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, 2007)
    Community mental health teams have their Irish origins both in the deinstitutionalisation policy of the 1984 “Planning for the Future” framework1 and the challenge of intervention and recovery strategies for acute ...

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