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Ireland appears to be in the process of a remarkable social change, a process which has dramatically reversed a hitherto seemingly unstoppable economic decline. This exciting new book
systematically scrutinises the interpretations and prescriptions that inform the 'Celtic Tiger'. Takes the standpoint that a more critical approach to the course of development being followed by the Republic is urgently required. Sets out to expose the fallacies that drive the fashionable rhetoric of Tigerhood. An esteemed list of contributors deal with issues such as immigration, the role of women, globalisation, and changing economic and social conditions.

The end of Irish history? - Colin Coulter

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Title
The end of Irish history? - critical approaches to the Celtic Tiger
Author
Colin Coulter
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Manchester University Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20030619

Ireland appears to be in the process of a remarkable social change, a process which has dramatically reversed a hitherto seemingly unstoppable economic decline. This exciting new book
systematically scrutinises the interpretations and prescriptions that inform the 'Celtic Tiger'. Takes the standpoint that a more critical approach to the course of development being followed by the Republic is urgently required. Sets out to expose the fallacies that drive the fashionable rhetoric of Tigerhood. An esteemed list of contributors deal with issues such as immigration, the role of women, globalisation, and changing economic and social conditions.

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Colin Coulter is Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. Steve Coleman is Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Ireland - History - 1922-|Ireland - Civilization - 20th century.|Ireland - Economic conditions - 1949-|Ireland - Social conditions - 1973-
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
224

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