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    Balanced Regional Development Polycentrism and the Urban System of the West of Ireland. [1]
    Barriers to inclusion: a case study of a pupil with severe learning difficulties in Ireland (Pre-published version) [1]
    Becoming a Viking: DNA testing, genetic ancestry and placeholder identity (pre-print version) [1]
    Bedford Row Family Project: Holding the Suffering [1]
    Bedford Row Family Project: Holding the Suffering Summary Report [1]
    Beginnings: Virginia Woolf’s 'Melymbrosia' and Rebecca West’s 'The Sentinel' [1]
    Being 'Good' fans in 'Bad Times':Irish fans of the US television drama The West Wing and the reflexive negotiation of personal and collective identity at a time of political and social crisis [1]
    Being teachers, being women, being human: critically re-storying teacher praxis in selected DEIS schools in Ireland, 2013-2015 [1]
    The Belavin-Drinfeld theorem on non-degenerate solutions of the classical Yang-Baxter equation [1]
    A Belgian town as Purgatory and an Irish gangster as Christ in Martin McDonagh's "In Bruges" [1]
    Benefit of social support for resilience-building is contingent on social context: Examining cardiovascular adaptation to recurrent stress in women [1]
    Bernard Shaw, Henry Higgins, and the Irish diaspora [1]
    Beyond basic ‘minding’: adopting an ecological, evidence based approach to promoting children’s well-being and developing child health advocacy with early childhood undergraduate students (Pre-published version) [1]
    BIFFOs, jackeens and Dagenham Yanks: county identity, "authenticity'' and the Irish diaspora (pre-print version) [1]
    Billie Butterfly’s adventure: ideas for dance and drama with infant classes [1]
    The bishop’s role of pastoral governance: its interpretation and reception by the Magisterium since Vatican II [1]
    Bizzy break! The effect of a classroom-based activity break on in-school physical activity levels of primary school children (Pre-published version) [1]
    Blind, Deaf & Dumb: The Media, the Middle-Class and the Construction of Poverty [1]
    Bloomsday and Arthur’s Day – Secular Sacraments as Symbolic and Cultural Capital [1]
    'The Boat has Moved': The Catholic Church, Conflations and the Need for Critique [1]