Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating Peace in Northern Ireland [NOOK Book]

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This book offers new insights into the close relationship between political discourses and conflict resolution through critical analysis of the role of discursive change in a peace process.

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Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating Peace in Northern Ireland

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Overview

This book offers new insights into the close relationship between political discourses and conflict resolution through critical analysis of the role of discursive change in a peace process.

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Meet the Author

Katy Hayward is Lecturer in Sociology at Queen’s University Belfast.

Catherine O’Donnell is an independent scholar. She was an IRCHSS post-doctoral fellow at the Humanities Institute of Ireland, University College Dublin, 2005-2007.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution Katy Hayward 2. Constructing Legitimacy in Political Discourse in the Early Phase of the Troubles Sissel Rosland 3. Finding Consensus: Political Discourse in the Republic of Ireland on the Troubles and Peace Process Catherine O’Donnell 4. Interpreting New Labour’s Political Discourse on the Peace Process Aaron Edwards 5. Discourse Worlds in Northern Ireland: The Legitimisation of the 1998 Agreement Laura Filardo-Llamas 6. ‘Humespeak’: The SDLP, Political Discourse and the Peace Process P. J. McLoughlin 7. DUP Discourses on Violence and their Impact on the Peace Process Amber Rankin and Gladys Ganiel 8. The Old Order Changeth – or Not? Modern Discourses within the Orange Order James W. McAuley and Jonathan Tonge 9. Continuity and Change in the Discourse of Republican Former Prisoners Peter Shirlow, Jonathan Tonge and James W. McAuley 10. Imagining ‘A Shared Future’: Post-Conflict Discourses on Peace-Building Milena Komarova 11. Sectarian Demography: Dubious Discourses of Ethno-National Conflict Owen McEldowney, James Anderson and Ian Shuttleworth 12. ‘From Belfast to Baghdad...’?: Discourses of Northern Ireland’s ‘Model’ of Conflict Resolution Eamonn O’Kane 13. ‘The IRA Are Not Al-Qaeda’: ‘New Terrorism’ Discourse and Irish Republicanism Mark McGovern 14. Debating Peace and Conflict in Northern Ireland: Towards a Narrative Approach Adrian Little

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