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Being Unemployed in Northern Ireland: An Ethnographic Study
     

Being Unemployed in Northern Ireland: An Ethnographic Study

by Leo E. A. Howe
 
This is the first major ethnography of unemployment, and the first community-based book on contemporary unemployment in the United Kingdom. It is an account of the social, psychological and material circumstances of working-class, long-term unemployed married men in both Catholic and Protestant communities. Dr. Howe shows how the experience of unemployment is shaped

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