5 edition of Crime in Ireland, 1945-95 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -264) and index.
|Statement||John D. Brewer, Bill Lockhart, Paula Rodgers.|
|Series||Clarendon studies in criminology|
|Contributions||Lockhart, Bill., Rodgers, Paula.|
|LC Classifications||HV6950.3 .B74 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||97000225|
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Crime in Ireland, Here Be Dragons. By John D. Brewer, Bill Lockhart, Paula Rodgers. No cover image. Crime in Ireland, Here Be Dragons. This book sets crime trends in Northern Ireland between and in a comparative framework with those of the Irish Republic, establishing the unique contribution of Ireland to criminological research.
The authors supplement statistical material with in-depth interview data, providing a fascinating insight into real people's experiences with crime, the police, and paramilitary organizations.
Get this from a library. Crime in Ireland, here be dragons. [John D Brewer; Bill Lockhart; Paula Rodgers] -- This title is part of the 'Claredon Studies in Criminology' series comparing crime trends in Northern Ireland between and with those of the Irish Republic.
Statistical material is. Description - Crime in Ireland by John D. Brewer This book establishes Ireland's unique contribution to criminological research, addressing the effects on crime of its peculiar patterns of industrialization and social change, as well as the effect on ordinary crime of a quarter of a century of civil unrest and terrorism.
Patrick Radden Keefe's new book begins with the disappearance of a year-old widowed mother in Belfast, then spins into an epic account of Northern Ireland's bloody sectarian conflict.
13 top crime novels set in Ireland J With its literary heritage, rich music scene, lyrical Celtic language and a dark and troubled political history, the Emerald Isle has provided inspiration for many a gripping crime novel.
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Since the mid s, there has been a raft of legislative measures enacted to combat the threat posed by organized crime, and politicians have been quick to resort to emotive sound bites justifying the need for ever-more draconian legislation that strikes at due process values.
Aside from the assaults and murders, crimes in 19th century Ireland sometimes took a stranger turn with the theft of ferrets or foals also ranking among the most commons forms of crime. There is something peculiar about Ireland in respect to literature of crime fiction: This small land has always created great novelists with excellent characters and unique writing style.
What comes next is a list of top 10 modern Irish crime fictions from some great local authors. We hope you enjoy the list. This book, the first comprehensive review of housing in Ireland for many years, introduces, in an accessible manner, the key housing developments since the foundation of the State and also reports.
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Details *. Violent crime in the Republic of Ireland has become a focus of media, political and public concern, especially since the shooting dead in separate incidents of a journalist and policeman in June.
This chapter compares recorded indictable crime in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland between and The fact that both parts of Ireland experienced increases in crime at around the same time and that their respective crime profiles are remarkably similar leads one to posit that similar criminogenic processes are at work in both jurisdictions.Irish Crime Fiction Books Showing of Broken Harbor (Dublin Murder Squad, #4) by.
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In honor of St. Paddy’s Day this weekend, we’ve decided to celebrate the prolific new wave of Irish crime writing. There’s no doubt that crime writing is a popular trade in Ireland—we wouldn’t attempt to create a comprehensive list of Irish crime writers, and as proof of that, here’s a set of recommendations from No Alibis bookstore in Belfast with zero crossovers onto our list.