Essays about: "Irish media"

Found 5 essays containing the words Irish media.

  1. 1. 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

  2. 2. The Hidden Population: A qualitative discourse analysis on media coverage of the homeless population in Ireland.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Sociologi

    Author : Ella Kaverma; [2019]
    Keywords : homelessness; media; stigma; housing; Ireland; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Homelessness in Europe, especially Ireland, has been a growing issue ever since the recession of 2008. In addition to struggling with finding safe spaces and everyday tasks such as access to food, showers and grooming, the homeless are met with stigma and stereotypes. This thesis aims to explore how the homeless are portrayed in the Irish Times. READ MORE

  3. 3. Terrorism, Religion and Race : A Comparison Between John Updike's Terrorist and Bernard MacLaverty's Cal

    University essay from Högskolan i Halmstad/Akademin för lärande, humaniora och samhälle

    Author : Anna Bernerson; [2015]
    Keywords : john updike; bernard maclaverty; terrorist; cal; terrorism; race; religion; comparative analysis;

    Abstract : ”Terrorism” is a term widely used today. It and its effects are portrayed and discussed innewspapers, in movies, on TV. Seeing as it seems to be present in most media, it appears quite inevitable that terrorism has also found its way into literature. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Sea as a Setting and a Symbol in Contemporary Irish and British Fiction: Dermot Bolger’s Temptation (2000), John Banville’s The Sea (2005), Ian McEwan’s On Chesil Beach (2007)

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Masterprogram: Litteratur - Kultur – Media; Lunds universitet/Engelska

    Author : Elena Rein; [2014]
    Keywords : Sea fiction; function; narrative; setting; symbol; personifications; binary oppositions; modernism; Romanticism; sea adventure.; Languages and Literatures;

    Abstract : This dissertation investigates the function of the sea in contemporary British and Irish literature, focusing on the following three novels: Dermot Bolger’s Temptation (2000), John Banville’s The Sea (2005), and Ian McEwan’s On Chesil Beach (2007). The analysis is divided into two main parts, where the sea is considered in its roles as a setting and as a symbol. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Irish Property Bubble of 1995-2010; Japanese Lessons for the Celtic Tiger

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Centrum för öst- och sydöstasienstudier

    Author : Hobbs Sam; [2013]
    Keywords : Japan; Celtic Tiger; role of the state within the economy; economic bubble; financial deregulation; Ireland; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Lauded for its success and heralded as an economic model for peripheral European countries to follow, since the bursting of the Irish property bubble in 2008 the management of the Celtic Tiger by the Irish state has been castigated as expressively how not to manage an economic bubble. Following a decade and a half of continuous growth averaging over six per cent, the Irish economy has since experienced significant depression which is currently stagnating with seemingly little prospect of abating. READ MORE