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by Tomás Finn


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Book · January 2012 with 9 Reads. Publisher: Manchester University Press. Cite this publication. Explores how from its formation in 1954 the intellectual movement Tuairim (‘opinion’ in Irish) was at the vanguard of the challenge to orthodoxy and conservatism.

It explores how the intellectual movement Tuairim ('opinion' in Ir The 1950s and 1960s were a transformative phase in. .Tuairim contributed to debates on issues as diverse as Northern Ireland, the economy, politics, education, childcare and censorship.

It explores how the intellectual movement Tuairim ('opinion' in Ir The 1950s and 1960s were a transformative phase in modern Irish history. In these years, a conservative society dominated by the Catholic Church, and a state which was inward-looking and distrustful of novelty, gradually opened up to fresh ideas. The society established branches throughout Ireland, including Belfast, and in London.

This book examines Tuairim (‘opinion’ in irish), an intellectual movement which was active in ireland from 1954 to 1975.

Published by: Manchester University Press. This book examines Tuairim (‘opinion’ in irish), an intellectual movement which was active in ireland from 1954 to 1975. Tuairim’s significance lay in the ideas put forward in the pamphlets it published as well as at the meetings it organised; these addressed several burning issues at the time, including northern ireland, electoral reform, education and censorship.

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Intellectual Debate and Policy Formulation : Rethinking Ireland, 1954-75. The 1950s and 1960s were a transformative phase in modern Irish history.

Tuairim, Intellectual Debate and Policy Formulation : Rethinking Ireland, 1954-75. This book considers this change.

It will be held at the National University of Ireland, in Dublin. Donal Barrington, a founding member of Tuairim will be guest speakers at the launch.

Tuairim, intellectual debate and policy formulation: Rethinking Ireland, 1954-75, by Tomás Finn, will be launched for a second time this evening, in conjunction with Hodges Figgis bookstore. It will be held at the National University of Ireland, in Dublin. Mr Maurice Manning, Chancellor of the National University of Ireland and Mr Justice Donal Barrington, a founding member of Tuairim will be guest speakers at the launch. Tuesday, 19 February 2013 By Manchester University Press. Category: History, Irish Studies.

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Explores how from its formation in 1954 the intellectual movement Tuairim (‘opinion’ in Irish) was at the vanguard of the challenge to orthodoxy and conservatism.

The 1950s and 1960s were a transformative phase in modern Irish history. In these years, a conservative society dominated by the Catholic Church, and a state which was inward-looking and distrustful of novelty, gradually opened up to fresh ideas. This book considers this change. It explores how the intellectual movement Tuairim ("opinion" in Irish), was at the vanguard of the challenge to orthodoxy and conservatism. Tuairim contributed to debates on issues as diverse as Northern Ireland, the economy, politics, education, childcare, and censorship. The society established branches throughout Ireland, including Belfast, and in London. It produced frequent critical publications and boasted a membership that included the future Taoiseach, Dr. Garret FitzGerald. Tuairim occupied a unique position within contemporary debates on Ireland's present and future. This book is concerned with its role in the modernization of Ireland. In so doing it also addresses topics of continued relevance for the Ireland of today, including the Northern Ireland Peace Process and the institutional care of children.

Tuairim, Intellectual Debate and Policy Formulation in Ireland, 1954-1975 epub download

ISBN13: 978-0719085253

ISBN: 071908525X

Author: Tomás Finn

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Manchester University Press (October 30, 2012)

Pages: 272 pages

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