Northern Ireland After the Good Friday Agreement: Victims, Grievance and Blame

M. Morrissey, Marie Breen Smyth

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The differences that have dogged the Northern Ireland peace process and the implementation of the Good Friday Agreement are rarely out of the headlines. This work gives an up-to-date insight into one of the issues at stake for the people of Northern Ireland - the long-term impact of political violence on the civil population. The result of extensive research among local communities, this work sets this issue within the context of past conflict and the continuing sectarian violence of the present. It presents the views of ordinary people about their experiences of political violence and the impact it has had on their lives. Moreover, it shows how the Troubles have affected the young people of the region, and looks at the problems facing a society coming out of a protracted period of low-intensity conflict.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPluto Press
ISBN (Print)0-7453-1673-5
Publication statusPublished - 2002


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