This chapter examines the principles underpinning the handling of controversial issues in the social studies programme developed by the Schools Cultural Studies project at the New University of Ulster and then applies these to the teaching of Irish history.
|Title of host publication||Essays on History Teaching in Northern Ireland|
|Place of Publication||Coleraine|
|Publisher||School of Education, Ulster University|
|Publication status||Published - 1985|
McCully, A. (1985). The Relevance of Social Studies to the Teaching of Irish History. In R. Austin (Ed.), Essays on History Teaching in Northern Ireland (pp. 55-65). School of Education, Ulster University.