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Predicting cooperation in competitive conditions: The role of sportspersonship, moral competence, and emotional intelligence (Pre-published version)
Objectives: The purpose of the present study was to examine the predictive capabilities of sportspersonship, moral competence, and emotional intelligence on cooperation in varying competitive conditions.Design: An experimental ...
The pragmatics of interlanguage
Research in pragmatics has evolved from its beginnings with different theoretical focuses, interfacing with cognition, communication and formal grammar, and thus making its definition quite difficult. Kasper (1996) defines ...
Psychological approaches to enhancing fair play (Pre-published version)
(Nova Science Publishers, 2013)
This article reviews approaches to studying sportspersonship, moral behavior in sport and broader morality theory to offer practical strategies to enhance fair play. By identifying stages and levels of morality and reviewing ...
A review of "Parish Cell Communities as Agents of Renewal in the Catholic Church in Ireland: A Sociological Analysis" by Michael Hurley
(The Furrow, 2012)
Over the next year or more we can expect to hear the issues of faith renewal and New Evangelisation discussed in various theological and pastoral fora. The next Synod of Bishops will discuss the New Evangelisation and Pope ...
Virgilian hauntings in the later poetry of Seamus Heaney
(AEDEI [Asociación Española de Estudios Irlandeses], 2018)
This article examines the influence of Virgil upon the poetry of Seamus Heaney through the theoretical lens of Jacques Derrida’s Specters of Marx. The paper argues that the present and future are influenced by spectres of ...
Learning to thole: the unconscious connections between Ireland and Scotland in the thought of Seamus Heaney (Pre-published version)
(Cambridge Scholars’ Press, 2013)
“Only connect”: Irish women’s voices, Latin America & the Irish women’s writing network
(The Society for Irish Latin American Studies, 2018)
This essay offers a preliminary sketch of the recent critical attention given to Irish women and the literary interfaces between Ireland and Latin America (e.g. travel writers, immigrant or diasporic writers, and those ...
Introduction: War of the words: literary rebellion in France and Ireland (Pre-print version)
(TIR (Université Rennes 2), 2012)
Martin Buber und Johannes Bobrowski: Ethik und erinnerung in der sarmatischen lyrik
Bernd Leistner weist bereits 1981 auf Johannes Bobrowskis Rezeption der Schriften Martin Bubers in den fünfziger Jahren hin. Deren Bedeutung für die sarmatische Lyrik, D.H. die meisten der in Sarmatische Zeit (1961) und ...
Brotherly love and ancestral veneration in early Ireland
(JPI on Culturale Heritage, 2016)