UCD CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH WORKING PAPER SERIES 2014 Mixed Marriages in Ireland A Century Ago Alan Fernihough, Cormac Ó Gráda and Brendan M Walsh, University College Dublin WP14/07 March 2014
The role of ne temere in the decline of an Irish custom regarding the religious affiliation of the children of mixed marriages. Published in 2011 by Jesse Buck
A report on "Catholic-Protestant Relationships in Northern Ireland" by Katrina Lloyd and Gillian Robinson published by the Economic and Social Research Council in April 2008 as Research Update No.54.A World Apart: Mixed Marriage in Northern Ireland
"A World Apart: Mixed Marriage in Northern Ireland" by Wanda Wigfall-Williams and Gillian Robinson. Published in the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, Research Update 8, November 2001. (PDF file)Integrate or Segregate?
"Integrate or Segregate? Ten Years of Social Attitudes to Community Relations in Northern Ireland " Joanne Hughes and Caitlin Donnelly. Published in the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, Research Update 9, December 2001. (PDF file)
A report "Mixed Marriages in Northern Ireland" by Valerie Morgan, Marie Smyth, Gillian Robinson and Grace Fraser. Published in 1996 by the University of Ulster, Coleraine. Available from the CAIN (Conflict Archive on the INternet) website.
A report on "Cross-Community Marriage in Northern Ireland" by Gillian Robinson published by Centre for Social Research in 1992 as appears on the CAIN (Conflict Archive on the INternet) website.
We have compiled a resource of links to website information on mixed marriage and related topics. These include:
NIMMA has been involved in research nto mixed marriage. Our recent publication "Mixed Emotions" created considerable stir and won significant praise. We have plans for further research looking into the lives of children of mixed marriage and also the experiences of those who felt compelled to leave the country due to being in a mixed marriage.
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