|Title of host publication||Professional Preparation and Professional Development in a Climate of Change|
|Editors||David Kerr, Cliff O'Neill|
|Publication status||Published - 1995|
The Northern Irish History Curriculum and National Identity. / McCully, Alan.Professional Preparation and Professional Development in a Climate of Change. ed. / David Kerr; Cliff O'Neill. 1995. p. 13-21.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
TY - CHAP
T1 - The Northern Irish History Curriculum and National Identity
AU - McCully, Alan
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PY - 1995
Y1 - 1995
N2 - 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.
AB - 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.
M3 - Chapter
SN - 1870863003
SP - 13
EP - 21
BT - Professional Preparation and Professional Development in a Climate of Change
A2 - Kerr, David
A2 - O'Neill, Cliff