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Cultural Diversity in Contemporary Europe (Cultural Traditions in N.I.) (Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland) download ebook

by Maurna Crozier,Richard Froggatt

Cultural Diversity in Contemporary Europe (Cultural Traditions in N.I.) (Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland) download ebook
ISBN:
0853897204
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978-0853897200
Author:
Maurna Crozier,Richard Froggatt
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Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast (December 31, 1998)
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158 pages
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A collection of essays (part of a series of Cultural Traditions in Northern Ireland conference proceedings) focusing on cultural identity, this multi-author volume considers issues relating to cultural diversity in Northern Ireland and other European contexts. Subjects examined include the roles played by the visual media, the arts, museums, drama and language in creating a society where cultural diversity can be accepted and celebrated. Considerable emphasis is given to youth and the importance of education.