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Why there's a cute hoor in all of us (Pre-published version)
(Irish Independent, 2015)
Was our tradition of 'looking after our own' to blame for the banking crisis?
Heritage, crime and inequality: understanding Limerick in the post-Celtic Tiger context (Pre-published version)
(The Heritage Council [Ireland], 2011)
Debates about social exclusion are central to heritage, because heritage spaces are not blank canvasses. They are spaces where people live and work and when those residents are deeply disadvantaged, their poverty presents ...
Rule-breaking, inequality and globalization: the trans-nationalization of Irish criminal gangs
(Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis, 2016)
This article seeks to situate the emergence of transnational criminal gang networks in Ireland within broader debates about the impact of globalization on Irish society (Coulter and Coleman 2003; Kuhling and Keohane 2007; ...
The changing face of Irish gangsters (Pre-published version)
Niamh Hourigan examines the true nature of gang crime in Ireland today and asks, has anything really changed post-austerity?
Understanding anti-social behaviour
(Irish Independent, 2010)
Aspiration and actuality: childhood inequality and the legacy of 1916
As we enter 2016, the controversies about how best to commemorate the legacy of the Rising have already begun. Already, various groups have claimed to be the true inheritors of the spirit of Proclamation. However, a closer ...
Can TG4 recapture some good feeling about Irish? (Pre-published version)
(The Irish Times, 2012)
TG4 aims to give viewers another eye on Ireland and its language – has it succeeded, or does it perpetuate hang-ups about Irish?
How state policy helped create a fertile gangland breeding ground
(Irish Independent, 2013)