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Political demography: the northern ireland census, discourse and territoriality

Professor James Anderson | Human Geography | 01 October 2003

As in other divided societies, discourse about demography in northern ireland is often politically polarised. Segregation and ratios of protestants and roman catholics as markers of political identity are the focus of popular accounts which are often ...

The development of timing in children

Dr Teresa Mccormack | Psychology | 01 July 2003

The ability to keep track of time is fundamental to the development in childhood of many aspects of cognition and action. The aim of the proposed research is to examine the development of the ability to keep track of the durations of intervals of tim ...

Defining allowable protection for european software patents

Professor P Leith | Socio Legal Studies | 01 June 2003

The problem software patents are controversial. The european patent convention in, art 52, clearly exempts protection for software from the patent system. Despite this, it is also clear that many software patents have been awarded by the european ...

Music, the church and the state: struggles over musical space in brazil

Dr Suzel Reily | Social Anthropology | 01 February 2003

Since the colonial period, the main public spheres of musical performance in brazil have been articulated through negotiations over musical space involving musicians, the church and the state. The terms of these negotiations, however, have been conti ...

Public attitudes towards women's political participation in northern ireland

Professor Yvonne Galligan | Political Science and International Relations | 20 June 2002

Womens equal representation with men in political life is specifically provided for in the good friday agreement. It is also a major theme in the new strategy plan for european union and is highlighted in the un platform for action as an area for act ...

Understanding desistance from sexual offending

Dr Anne-Marie Mcalinden | 01 June 2013

This research seeks to fill an important gap in the literature around ex-offender reintegration by exploring the specific socio-cognitive changes that underpin desistance among individuals who have previously committed sexual offences against childre ...

Applied drama and mental health in north belfast

Professor Peter Shirlow | Socio Legal Studies | 01 June 2013

This proposal aims to build on a pilot project led by freelance applied drama facilitator jason hines, through which a men's group associated with the lighthouse organisation in north belfast will develop a short performance to highlight the importan ...

Lawyers, conflict and transition (resubmission)

Professor K Mcevoy | Socio Legal Studies | 01 June 2012

The project will explore the role of lawyers in transitions from violence or authoritarianism in israel/palestine, cambodia, chile, south africa and tunisia. The research will construct a bridgehead between transitional justice and the sociology of t ...

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