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  • Integration, migration and religion: responses of the Church of Ireland.
    Passarelli, Alessia (2009)
    Translocations 6:2: 1-20.

    Associated Search Terms: Migration; Ireland; Church of Ireland (Anglican); Assimilation
  • Religious Commitment and Social Attitudes in Ireland.
    McAllister, Ian (1983)
    Review of Religious Research 25:1: 3-20.

    Analyzes 1973 data from males in Northern Ireland & the Irish Republic.

    Associated Search Terms: Ireland; Church of Ireland (Anglican); Stratification; Denomination (organizational entity); Catholic, Great Britain; Catholic, Ireland; Great Britain, Northern Ireland; Presbyterian, Great Britain; Presbyterian, Ireland
  • The Political Role and Influence of the Clergy in Northern Ireland.
    Birrell, W.D., John E. Greer, and D.J.D. Roche (1979)
    Sociological Review 27:3: 491-512.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from clergy of 5 denominations in Northern Ireland, showing them not particularly involved or influential in politics.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Great Britain; Church of Ireland (Anglican); Clergy; Catholic, Great Britain; Methodist, Great Britain; Baptist, Great Britain; Great Britain, Northern Ireland; Presbyterian, Great Britain
  • The Nature of Religion in Ireland.
    Macourt, Malcolm (1974)
    A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain 7: 26-45.

    Emphasizes the importance of social, cultural, & political dimensions for understanding division sin Irish (including Northern Irish) society.

    Associated Search Terms: Presbyterian Church in Ireland; Church of Ireland (Anglican); Great Britain, Northern Ireland; Ireland; Catholic, Ireland; Catholic, Great Britain
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