Essays about: "Ireland"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 212 essays containing the word Ireland.

  1. 1. Am I not a woman even when I am pregnant?: An analysis of the development of fetal rights in policy documents in Europe and how pregnant women are fetal containers and second-class citizens

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Danielle Fröstad; [2021-10-14]
    Keywords : Pregnant women; Fetal containers; Second-class citizens; Fetal rights; Women’s rights; Policing; Human rights; Biopower; Biopolitics;

    Abstract : This thesis focuses on the development of fetal rights in policy documents in Europe and how fetal rights and the protection of fetal life can be a part of the discussion of how pregnant women are associated with being “fetal containers” and(/or) “second-class citizens”. The study aims to identify different articles and paragraphs in policy documents that can identify the connection between fetal rights and pregnancy rights and how pregnant women are “fetal containers” and(/or) “second-class citizens”. READ MORE

  2. 2. A TRANSATLANTIC DIVORCE AND THE TIME FOR EUROPEAN SOVEREIGNTY? - A study on how US foreign policy, during 2010-2020, impacted EU member state views on defence integration

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Julia Strandquist; [2021-06-28]
    Keywords : European Defence Integration; Transatlantic relationship; PESCO; France; Poland; Ireland; EU actorness;

    Abstract : This thesis explores the impact of US foreign policy, during 2010-2020, on EU member state willingnessto integrate defence, by utilizing a mixed-method approach. The objective of the study is to investigatehow EU member states reacted to the Obama administration’s ‘pivot to Asia’ and the election andpresidency of Donald Trump and whether those administrations contributed to further defenceintegration. READ MORE

  3. 3. Out of Sight, Out of Mind. The ‘Social Death’ of Institutionalized Women and Children and the ‘Social Amnesia’ of Irish Society in the Twentieth Century, Depicted in Forensic Evidence from the Children's Mass Grave at a former Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, Co. Galway.

    University essay from

    Author : Cecilia Ahl Falkensjö; [2021-02-26]
    Keywords : Dark heritage; social amnesia; social death; forensic archaeology; juvenile human remains; bioarchaeology; Irish state; Catholic Church; child abuse; human rights violation; Irish society; Irish media;

    Abstract : The twentieth century was a time of social and political changes. Victims of trauma, genocide, massacres and abuse in a largely Post-Colonial era would increasingly gain recognition and places of suffering, death and pain would become places of remembrance. READ MORE

  4. 4. Socioeconomic Status And Attitudes Towards Immigration In The Republic Of Ireland

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Sociologiska institutionen

    Author : Andrew Grier; [2021]
    Keywords : Immigration; Attitudes; Republic of Ireland; Socioeconomic Status; Attitudinal Dimensions;

    Abstract : Attitudes towards immigration in Ireland are the focus of this study and, more specifically, what aspects of life the native-born population perceive to be impacted by immigration into Ireland in 2018. This thesis uses two primary socioeconomic attributes of the native-born respondents as explanatory variables, focusing on education and income levels of the native-born population. READ MORE

  5. 5. Narratives of recent migration: Young, well-educated Croats in Ireland

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Anja Biser; [2021]
    Keywords : well-educated migrants; EU migrants; Ireland; migration narratives; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In July 2013 Croatia has become the latest member state to join the European Union. Access to this single European area, in particular, to economically well-developed countries with a more robust labor market and a higher standard of living than Croatia resulted in intensification of emigration from Croatia. READ MORE