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Where to from here? : inter-ethnic relations among children in Ireland / Philip Curry, Robbie Gilligan, Lindsey Garratt, Jennifer Scholtz.

By: Curry, Philip.
Contributor(s): Gilligan, Robbie | Garratt, Lindsey | Scholtz, Jennifer.
Publisher: Dublin : The Liffey Press, [2011]Description: xv, 208 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781905785988 (pbk.).Subject(s): Multiculturalism -- Ireland | Social integration -- Ireland | Ethnicity -- Ireland | Children -- IrelandDDC classification: 304.83 Summary: Migration into Ireland is one of the biggest demographic changes to affect Irish society since the nineteenth century Great Famine. This book reports on social relations between migrant and local children and offers a unique perspective on the migration experience. Based on a large scale, intensive study in inner-city Dublin, this book fives us children's frank and insightful perspectives on multi-ethnic Ireland.
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Irish Collection 304.83 CUR (Browse shelf) Available 000413687

"Trinity Immigration Initiative, Children, Youth and Community Relations Project."

Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-208).

Migration into Ireland is one of the biggest demographic changes to affect Irish society since the nineteenth century Great Famine. This book reports on social relations between migrant and local children and offers a unique perspective on the migration experience. Based on a large scale, intensive study in inner-city Dublin, this book fives us children's frank and insightful perspectives on multi-ethnic Ireland.

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