Sectarianism, Children and Cross-Community Contact Schemes in Northern Ireland

Paul Connolly

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - May 1998
EventAnnual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland - Wexford, Wexford, Ireland
Duration: 08 May 199810 May 1998

Conference

ConferenceAnnual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland
CountryIreland
CityWexford
Period08/05/199810/05/1998

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Connolly, P. (1998). Sectarianism, Children and Cross-Community Contact Schemes in Northern Ireland. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland, Wexford, Ireland.
Connolly, Paul. / Sectarianism, Children and Cross-Community Contact Schemes in Northern Ireland. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland, Wexford, Ireland.
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Connolly, P 1998, 'Sectarianism, Children and Cross-Community Contact Schemes in Northern Ireland', Paper presented at Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland, Wexford, Ireland, 08/05/1998 - 10/05/1998.

Sectarianism, Children and Cross-Community Contact Schemes in Northern Ireland. / Connolly, Paul.

1998. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the Sociological Association of Ireland, Wexford, Ireland.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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