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|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - 30 Jun 2013|
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Boal, Frederick W. Territoriality on the Shankill-Falls Divide, Belfast. Irish Geography 41 (93): 3349–366. 2008.
Bollens, Scott. Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Socities: Belfast and Johannesburg. Westview Press Inc. 1998.
Bollens, Scott. Urban Peace Building in Divided Societies, Colorado: Westview Press, p.55, 1999.
Calme, J. and Charlesworth, E. Divided Cities: Belfast, Beirut, Jerusalem, Mostar and Nicosia. Philadelphia, PA: university of Pennsylvania Press, 2008.
Coaffee, J., Murakami Wood, D and Rogers, P. The Everyday Resilience of the City: How Cities Respond to Terrorism and Disaster, Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008.
Community Relations Council. Towards Sustainable Security; Interface Barriers and the Legacy of Segregation in Belfast, 2008. Available at:
Cowan, R. Belfast’s Hidden Planners, Town and Country Planning, 51(6), pp. 163-167, 1982.
Cullen, Gordon. Townscape, London: Architectural Press, 1961.
Dawson, G. Defensive Planning in Belfast, Irish Geography, 17 (1), pp.27-41, 1984.
Department for Social Development, Area Profile of Inner East Belfast Neighbourhood Renewal Area (NRA), 2010. Available at:
http://www.ninis.nisra.gov.uk/nra/Report.asp?NRAName=Inner%20East%20Belfast&devOffice=Belfast%20Regeneration%20Office [Accessed 1 May 2012]
Goodey, B., (1998). The Essex Design Guide Revisited, Town and Country Planning, 67 (5), pp.176-178.
Newman, Oscar. Defensible Space: People and Design in the Violent City. London: Architectural Press, pp.78 – 101, 1972a.
Newman, Oscar. Defensible Space: Crime Prevention through Urban Design. New York: Macmillan, 1972b.
- The Troubles
- Inner-city communities
- East Belfast
- Architectural Design
- Urban Design
- Contested Space
- Conflict architecture.
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Implementation and Reconciliation Group, Stormont House Agreement: widening perspectives. British-Irish Secretariat.
David Coyles (Participant)9 Nov 2016
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