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    Donald P. Doumitt
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    Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; 2nd edition (December 31, 1985)
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Political, economic, social, psychological, literary and religious factors have influenced Protestants and Catholics toward violence in Northern Ireland since 1969. Issues pertaining to political powersharing with the Catholic minority and dis- crimination in the allocation of jobs and housing are presented.

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the history, the problem, and the challenge. by Donald P. Doumitt. Published 1985 by P. Lang in New York Bibliography: p. 233-247. American university studies. Lang in New York. Politics and government, Social conditions, History. Bibliography: p. v. 5. Classifications.

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The Northern Ireland conflict is often described in terms of the presence of two rival ethnic communities, two . Michael Hughes, Ireland Divided: The Roots of the Modern Irish Problem (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1994);Google Scholar.

The Northern Ireland conflict is often described in terms of the presence of two rival ethnic communities, two competing ideas about identity and belonging, and two antagonistic visions of political. John McGarry and Brendan O’Leary, Explaining Northern Ireland: Broken Images (Oxford: Blackwell, 2000);Google Scholar. Jeremy Smith, Making the Peace in Ireland (London: Longman, 2002);Google Scholar.

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The Northern Ireland Troubles provides an ideal case study of a conflict once seen as intractable. There were also several key agreements negotiated between the political parties in Northern Ireland and the British and Irish governments that were milestones of the conflict. An understanding of the intricacies of the Troubles provides both a realistic view of the seemingly insurmountable difficulties inherent in managing conflict, and hope that even situations, which seem impossible to resolve do in fact contain the seeds of transformation and resolution. Seeds of the conflict.

CAIN (Conflict Archive on the Internet) is a database containing information about Conflict and Politics in Northern Ireland from 1968 to the present. The project is based within Ulster University at its Magee campus. The archive chronicles important events during the Troubles, stretching from 1968 until the present day.

Interpreting the Conflict in Northern Ireland 671–93; Adrian Guelke, ‘The United States, Irish Americans and the Northern Ireland Peace Process’, International Affairs, 72: 3 (1996), pp. 521–36.

Interpreting the Conflict in Northern Ireland. Ethnopolitics, Vol. 6, Issue. 671–93; Adrian Guelke, ‘The United States, Irish Americans and the Northern Ireland Peace Process’, International Affairs, 72: 3 (1996), pp.

Political, economic, social, psychological, literary and religious factors have influenced Protestants and Catholics toward violence in Northern Ireland since 1969. Such violence emanates from an unjust social order where little has changed since 1921. Issues pertaining to political powersharing with the Catholic minority and dis- crimination in the allocation of jobs and housing are presented. Ulster's troubles are viewed as conditions in which long-standing Protestant-Catholic interests are exploited by demagogues to defend or attack the status quo. Sectarian propagandists capitalize on Protestant-Catholic fears and maintain a divided population. Efforts to reach out across the religious divide while achieving a revived economy are possible remedies toward a peaceful solution.