The Impact of the Northern 'Troubles' on Criminal Justice in the Irish Republic
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|Title: ||The Impact of the Northern 'Troubles' on Criminal Justice in the Irish Republic
||Authors: ||Mulcahy, Aogán
||Permanent link: ||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/7633
||Abstract: ||Amidst ongoing debate about the links between crime and locale, one important question is the impact that violent upheaval in one jurisdiction may have on neigbbouring jurisdictions, particularly at a time when many commentators express the view that globalisation has led to the demise of the nation state as a focal point for social organisation and regulation. My aim in this chapter is to examine this issue in relation to the Northern Ireland conflict and its impact on crime and criminal justice in the Irish Republic.
||Type of material: ||Book Chapter
||Publisher: ||Institute of Public Administration
||Keywords: ||Criminology;Northern Ireland conflict;Policing;Prison systems
||Status of Item: ||Not peer reviewed
||Is part of: ||O' Mahony, P. (eds.). Criminal Justice in Ireland
|Appears in Collections:||Sociology Research Collection|
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