Inequality, Identity, and the Politics of Northern Ireland: Challenges of Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation
Inequality, Identity, and the Politics of Northern Ireland examines how the politics of threat and resentment, undergirded by persistent poverty and class and gender inequalities across Catholic and Protestant communities, shape dynamics of political conflict, while simultaneously giving way to critical subjectivities at the community level through which more transformative visions of “peace” may emerge.
Curtis C. Holland
- Lexington Books
- 270 pages
- United States
- Peace studies & conflict resolution