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Understanding Contemporary Ireland: Mapping Change into the Twenty-first Century [Paperback]

Brendan Bartley , Rob Kitchin
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Table of Contents

About the Contributors Acknowledgements 1. Ireland in the Twenty First Century Rob Kitchin and Brendan Bartley Part One: Planning and Development Section introduction 2. Planning in Ireland Brendan Bartley 3. Regional development: trends, policies and strategies James A. Walsh 4. Recent development of the Irish urban systems Des McCafferty 5. Urban property development Andrew MacLaran and Sinead Kelly 6. Rural development - retrospect and prospect John McDonagh 7. Transport James Killen 8. Strategic spatial planning in Northern Ireland Michael Murray and Brendan Murtagh Part Two: Economy Section introduction 9. The manufacturing sector Chris Van Egeraat and Proinnsias Breathnach 10. The services sector Proinnsias Breathnach 11. Agriculture in transition James A. Walsh 12. Tourism and heritage Catherine Kelly Part Three: Political landscape Section introduction 13. Political landscape of the Republic of Ireland Adrian Kavanagh 14. Transformations in governance Joe Larragy and Brendan Bartley 15. Green Ireland? The governance of waste Honor Fagan and Michael Murray 16. The meaning of Northern Ireland Brian Graham Part Four: Population and social issues Section introduction 17. Immigration: Labour migrants and asylum seekers and refugees Piaras MacÉinrí 18. Transformations in housing Mary Corcoran, Patrick Duffy and Karen Keaveney 19. Deprivation and its spatial articulation Trutz Haase 20. Health and disease Frank Houghton and Dennis Pringle 21. 'For the way we live today': consumption, lifestyle and place in Ireland. Denis Linehan Conclusion 22. Ireland now and in the future: Rob Kitchin and Brendan Bartley Notes References Index

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