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  • 1.   A Different Description of Trauma: A Wider Systemic Perspective--A personal insight

    This article offers the authors personal views based on her experience of working with families affected by the Troubles.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 167-184 2004
    Arlene Healey

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  • 2.   Addressing diversity and inclusion in the early years in conflict-affected societies: A case study of the Media Initiative for Children-Northern Ireland

    This article reports on the development and systematic evaluation of an innovative early years programme aimed at encouraging young children to respect differences within a deeply divided society

    International Journal of Early Years Education, Vol: 14 Page: 263-278 2006
    Paul Connolly; Siobhan Fitzpatrick; Tony Gallagher; Paul Harris

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  • 3.   Addressing the Psychological Needs of Children and Young People in the Aftermath of the Omagh Bomb

    The aim of this study was to examine the psychological need of referrals to the Community Trauma and Recovery Team following the Omagh bombing of August 1998

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 141-154 2004
    Maura McDermott; Michael Duffy; Delia McGuiness

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  • 4.   After the War Comes Peace? An Examination of the Impact of the Northern Ireland Conflict on Young People

    The article critiques the consensus among psychologists in the 1970s and 1980s that young people coped reasonably well in the difficult circumstances of violence and conflict of Northern Ireland

    Journal of Social Issues, Vol: 60 Page: 629-642 2004
    Tony Gallagher

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  • 5.   Bearing Witness: Supporting Parents and Children in the Transition to Peace

    This article seeks to provide a brief overview of group work with parents in two working-class communities have been deeply affected by decades of political conflict in the North/Northern Ireland,

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 107-125 2004
    Rosie Burrows; Brid Keenan

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  • 6.   Children of the Troubles: The Impact of Political Violence in Northern Ireland

    This article explores the effects of political violence on children and young people in Northern Ireland.

    Journal of Social Issues, Vol: 60 Page: 453-468 2004
    Orla T. Muldoon

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  • 7.   Children's experience and adjustment to political conflict in Northern Ireland

    This case report discusses an interview with children, reporting self-reported experience of a number of negative life events

    Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol: 6 Page: 157-176 2000
    Orla T. Muldoon; Karen Trew

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  • 8.   International Education and Conflict: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies, and Making Waves--An Interview with Jane Benbow from CARE

    This article discusses an interview with Jane Benbow from CARE International

    Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Vol: 21 Page: 483-490 2004
    Susan S. Raines

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  • 9.   Musings with Mike: Reflections from the Margins: Five Summers in Northern Ireland

    This article "Musings with Mike, Reflections from the Margins: Five Summers in Northern Ireland," by Michael Baizerman discusses life during "The Troubles"

    Child & Youth Care Forum, Vol: 34 Page: 91-92 2005
    Michael Baizerman

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  • 10.   Portrait of a Gender Identity Disorder Male Seeking a Sense of Self

    Book Review: Breakfast On Pluto

    PsycCRITIQUES, Vol: 51 Page: 2006
    David G. Wall; Kari Halko-Weekes; Jacqueline Remondet Wall

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  • 11.   Review of War, conflict, play

    Book Review: War, conflict, play by T. Hyder (2005). Working with war-affected refugee and asylum seeker children poses special challenges to early education practitioners as a result of the cultural differences, upheaval and trauma that children and

    International Journal of Early Years Education, Vol: 13 Page: 305-307 2005
    Angela Veale

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  • 12.   Secular Trends in Substance Use: The Conflict and Young People in Northern Ireland

    The article discusses a range of data sources shows that drug use, with few exceptions, has increased since the emergence of the ongoing peace process

    Journal of Social Issues, Vol: 60 Page: 485-506 2004
    Kathryn Higgins; Andrew Percy; Patrick Mc Crystal

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  • 13.   Suicide and young people: The case of Northern Ireland

    This article discusses suicides in Northern Ireland in the context of what is known about global and regional trends with respect to gender and age, and change over time

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 435-443 2007
    Mike Tomlinson

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  • 14.   The Development of Intergroup Forgiveness in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine intergroup forgiveness in Northern Ireland

    Journal of Social Issues, Vol: 60 Page: 587-601 2004
    Frances McLernon; Ed Cairns; Miles Hewstone; Ron Smith

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  • 15.   Towards a Better Future Conference

    Conference: Aim to raise awareness of the impact of the conflict on the health and well-being of people throughout Northern Ireland and to develop a long-term strategy for dealing with the consequences of 30 years of violence

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 271-289 2004
    Bernie Kelly

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  • 16.   Towards a Post-Conflict Society

    This article discusses the factors which require sustained and continuing effort, maintained well into the future, to enable damaged children to realise their human potential and enrich our society as restored adults in a post-conflict environment

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 83-84 2004
    Kenneth Bloomfield

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  • 17.   Whatever You Say ... Say Nothing'. Youth for Youth, Reflections on a 2-Year Youth Participation Project

    The aim of this study was to examine learning realized through a partnership with children and young people, reflecting first on the difficulties in working directly with the issues of experience and identity within the context of ongoing conflict

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 217-227 2003
    Peter Bryson

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  • 18.   When Trauma Goes On

    This article discusses the approach employed by the NOVA service in helping people manage the impacts of specific and continuous traumas.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 185-191 2004
    Martin Murphy

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