Contact and Culture: Mechanisms of Reconciliation in Northern Ireland and Israel

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    Abstract

    In Northern Ireland and Israel schools have long been recognised as key sites for addressing the problems of poor intergroup relations (see Dunn, 1990; Murray, 1985). The developments of integrated schools which welcome members of the main communities have been regarded as a key development which is likely to be instrumental in promoting more harmonious relations. Although the schools have been regarded in the media as a ‘good news story’ the qualitative processes through which teachers within these schools foster reconciliation is not always clear. The purpose of this chapter is thus to explore this question by drawing on contact theory and interviews with teachers in Northern Ireland and Israel.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationReconciliation(s)
    EditorsJoanna R. Quinn
    PublisherMcGill-Queens
    Pages147-173
    Number of pages27
    ISBN (Print)9780773534636
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2009

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    Chapter Number: 4

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