Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday Agreement: History, Identity and Change by J. Mcauley

Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday Agreement: History, Identity and Change

EditorJ. Mcauley, G. Spencer

Hardcover | January 19, 2011

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This book provides a timely assessment of loyalist history, identity and community in Northern Ireland today which provides a comprehensive picture of how loyalism has reacted to changes since the Good Friday Agreement. Challenging simplistic stereotypes of loyalism, the book provides a complex multi-faceted explanation of the loyalist imagination.

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JAMES W. McAULEY is Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise, and Professor of Political Sociology and Irish Studies in the School of Human and Health Sciences at the University of Huddersfield, UK. He recently completed two major projects on Orangeism (with Jon Tonge), funded by the ESRC, and on former paramilitary prisoners (with ...

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Title:Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday Agreement: History, Identity and ChangeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:January 19, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230228852

ISBN - 13:9780230228856

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Politics, Identity and Change in Contemporary Loyalism; G.Spencer&J.W.McAuley
Historic Loyalism: Allegiance, Patriotism, Irishness and Britishness in Ireland; T.Hennessey
Loyalism in Transition: Southern Loyalists and the Irish Free State, 1921-1937; L-A.Coffe 
Post-Agreement Loyalism and the international dimension; R.Mac Ginty
The Politics of Fear? Provisionalism, Loyalism and the 'New Politics' of Northern Ireland; K.Bean
From Politics to Community Development: In Discussion with Billy Hutchinson; G.Spencer 
The Ulster Volunteer Force and the Path to Decommissioning; C.Hudson
Quis Separabit? Loyalist Transformation and the Strategic Environment; L.Harris
Transforming Loyalist Communities: a Participatory Peace Research Approach; S.Bloomer &A.Edwards
Loyalism, Orangeism and Britishness: Contemporary Synergies and Tensions; A.Mycock, J.Tonge&J.W. McAuley
Auxiliaries in the Cause? Loyalist Women in Conflict and Post Conflict; C.McGlynn&J.W. McAuley
Reflections on the Relationships between Loyalism and Church; P.Orr
Loyalist Former Prisoners and Community Development; G.Spencer 
Monitoring the Loyalist Paramilitaries: The Role of the Independent Monitoring Commission in the Northern Ireland Peace Process, 2003-2009; J.G.D.Grieve 
Loyalism: Political Violence and Decommissioning; N.Southern
The Contemporary Politics of the Ulster Defence Association; G.Spencer 
'Bound by Oath and Duty to Remember': Loyalism and Memory; K.Brown
Loyalist Perspectives on Apology, Regret and Change; G.Spencer