The Northern Irish History Curriculum and National Identity

Alan McCully

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    This chapter traces the evolution of the common curriculum in history in Northern Ireland. It examines its rationale in relation to the presence of conflicting national identities.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProfessional Preparation and Professional Development in a Climate of Change
    EditorsDavid Kerr, Cliff O'Neill
    Pages13-21
    Publication statusPublished - 1995

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    Irish History
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    McCully, A. (1995). The Northern Irish History Curriculum and National Identity. In D. Kerr, & C. O'Neill (Eds.), Professional Preparation and Professional Development in a Climate of Change (pp. 13-21)
    McCully, Alan. / The Northern Irish History Curriculum and National Identity. Professional Preparation and Professional Development in a Climate of Change. editor / David Kerr ; Cliff O'Neill. 1995. pp. 13-21
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