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Maternity services in the Irish mass media: an analysis of media content from 2007–2012
(BMJ Publishing Group Ltd & Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, 2013)
The mass media play a key role in informing the public about matters of public interest and, critically, in the actual shaping of public opinion about those matters. With this in mind, the purpose of this study was to ...
Suing the Pope and Scandalising the People: Irish attitudes to sexual abuse by clergy pre- and post-screening of a critical documentary
(Irish Communications Review, 2010)
The rise of secularism and the decline of religiosity in Ireland: the pattern of religious change in Europe
(Common Ground Publishing, 2011)
The European Values Study is a pan-European project which utilises an omnibus survey focusing especially on values associated with work, religion, lifestyles and other issues. Its most recent data gathering exercise was ...
Secularization in Ireland: Analyzing the relationship between religiosity and demographic variables in Ireland from the European Social Survey 2002-2012 (Pre-published version)
(Common Ground Research Networks, 2014)
This research will explore both of these theories, secularization and existential (in)security, within Ireland against the backdrop of the recent economic crisis of 2008 using the first five rounds of the European Social Survey.