Power Shared After The Deaths Of Thousands

Brendan O'Leary

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121 Citations (Scopus)
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConsociational Theory: McGarry and O'Leary and the Northern Ireland Conflict
EditorsRupert Taylor
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages70
ISBN (Print)9780415429139
Publication statusPublished - 26 Mar 2009

Publication series

NameRoutledge Research in Comparative Politics

Bibliographical note

Introduction: The Promise of Consociational Theory Rupert Taylor
Part 1: Argument
1. Power Shared after the Death of Thousands John McGarry and Brendan O’Leary Part 2: Commentaries
2. Recognition, Equality, Difference: Achieving Democracy in Northern Ireland Shane O’Neill
3. Consociationalism and the Wider Peace Process Adrian Guelke
4. Peace by Design? Towards "Complex Power Sharing" Stefan Wolff
5. Implementing Consociation in Northern Ireland John Coakley
6. Ethnic Party Competition and the Dynamics of Power-Sharing in Northern Ireland Paul Mitchell and Geoffrey Evans
7. Consociationalism and the Creation of a Shared Future for Northern Ireland Stephen Farry
8. Consociational Government: Inside the Northern Ireland Executive Rick Wilford 9. In Search of the Consociational "Spirit of Accommodation"Jürg Steiner
10. A Culture of Power-Sharing Michael Kerr
11. From Consociationalism to Interculturalism Robin Wilson
12. Squaring some Vicious Circles: Transforming the Political in Northern Ireland John Cash
13. Sunningdale for Slow Learners? Towards a Complexity Paradigm Adrian Little 14. Progressive Integration (and Accommodation, too)Ian O’Flynn
15. Ways of Seeing? Consociationalism and Constitutional Law Theory John Morison
16. Debating the Agreement: Beyond a Communalist Dynamic? Liam O’Dowd
17. The Injustice of a Consociational Solution to the Northern Ireland Problem Rupert Taylor
Part 3: Response
18. Under Friendly and Less Friendly Fire John McGarry and Brendan O’Leary

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