Community Experiences of Sectarianism

Kay Goodall, Peter Hopkins, Simon McKerrell, John Markey, Stephen Millar, John Richardson, Michael Richardson

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    Abstract

    We present here our findings from the qualitative study commissioned by the Scottish Government (Justice Analytical Services) to provide an understanding of the nature of sectarianism in a range of communities across Scotland, including those where it may be most visibly prevalent. The team of academics commissioned to carry out this research were drawn from the disciplines of law, music, social geography, cultural studies, and communication and media studies. The study was commissioned on 14 March 2014, to conclude in spring 2015.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationEdinburgh
    PublisherScottish Government Social Research
    Commissioning bodyScottish Executive
    Number of pages74
    ISBN (Electronic)978-1-78544-109-7
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Goodall, K., Hopkins, P., McKerrell, S., Markey, J., Millar, S., Richardson, J., & Richardson, M. (2015). Community Experiences of Sectarianism. Edinburgh: Scottish Government Social Research.
    Goodall, Kay ; Hopkins, Peter ; McKerrell, Simon ; Markey, John ; Millar, Stephen ; Richardson, John ; Richardson, Michael . / Community Experiences of Sectarianism. Edinburgh : Scottish Government Social Research, 2015. 74 p.
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    Edinburgh : Scottish Government Social Research, 2015. 74 p.

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