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Caught in Crossfire By Ed Cairns

Caught in Crossfire
by Ed Cairns

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Caught in Crossfire: Children and the Northern Ireland Conflict by Ed Cairns

Since the start of the current troubles, Northern Ireland's children have been the focus of much media attention. Variously portrayed as innocent victims of adult violence or unwitting accomplices in the continuing conflict, they have featured widely in the press and on television. But just how accurate is this popular image of children 'caught in crossfire'? Ed Cairns has gone behind the dramatic, headline snatching consequences of growing up in Northern Ireland to examine the more subtle, long-term effects.

How do children become aware of the violence around them? How do they become involved--directly or indirectly--in it? How is their moral and political development affected by their situation? And what is it that so effectively ensures the perpetuation of the bitterness and violence between the two sections of the community from generation to generation?

These and other key questions are investigated in this important book. It is essential reading for everyone concerned about children growing up in Northern Ireland.

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About Ed Cairns


Ed Cairns is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Ulster at Coleraine and a member of the Centre for the Study of Conflict. He has been Visiting Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychology at the Universities of Alberta and Florida. Among his recent publications are chapters in Social Identity and Intergroup Relations edited by Henri Tajfel and Social Problems in Northern Ireland.

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GOR009973998
Caught in Crossfire: Children and the Northern Ireland Conflict by Ed Cairns
Ed Cairns
Used - Well Read
Hardback
Syracuse University Press
2006-06-15
184
0815624212
9780815624219
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