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Values and social change in Ireland by Chris…

Values and social change in Ireland

by Chris Whelan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0717119475, Paperback)

It shows that value change in Ireland cannot be understood as involving simply a convergence to Western European norms. The nature of Irish modernisation and industrialisatoin has contributed to the emergence of a distinctive values profile. The authors examine trends and make comparisons across a range of countries for a wide range of different spheres. These include; values and social change, religious and moral values, marriage and the family, work values, citizenship and values, the value bases of polictical partisanship and values and subjective well-being. The book provides for both the student and general reader a valuable survey and synthesis of significant changes in fundamental areas of Irish life and society Other books by Christpher T Whelan Social Mobility and Social Class in Ireland.

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