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eBook Reinventing Ireland: Culture, Society and the Global Economy (Contemporary Irish Studies) ePub

by Peadar Kirby,Luke Gibbons,Michael Cronin

  • ISBN: 0745318258
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Peadar Kirby,Luke Gibbons,Michael Cronin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pluto Press (June 20, 2002)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1364 kb
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Reinventing Ireland: Culture, Society and the Global Economy (Contemporary Irish Studies). Peadar Kirby, Luke Gibbons, Michael Cronin.

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It identifies the ways in which culture and society have been made subservient to the needs of the market in this neo-liberal Ireland.

Over the 1990s the Irish economy experienced a period of unprecedented growth which has earned it the title "Celtic Tiger". It identifies the ways in which culture and society have been made subservient to the needs of the market in this neo-liberal Ireland.

Over the last decade the Irish economy has experienced a period of. .Peadar Kirby is a lecturer in the School of Communications, Dublin City University.

Over the last decade the Irish economy has experienced a period of unprecedented growth which has earned it the title Celtic Tiger. The authors identify the ways in which culture and society have been made subservient to the needs of the market in this new neo-liberal Ireland.

Contemporary Irish studies) ISBN 0–7453–1825–8 (hardback) –– ISBN 0–7453–1824–X (pb. 1. Ireland––Economic conditions––1949– 2. Ireland––Social conditions. III. Cronin, Michael, 1960– IV. Series. 1 Introduction: The Reinvention of Ireland: A Critical Perspective Peadar Kirby, Luke Gibbons and Michael Cronin Culture is not some vague fantasy of fulfilment, but a set of potentials bred by history and subversively at work within it.

Series: Contemporary Irish Studies. Peadar Kirby, Luke Gibbons and Michael Cronin

Series: Contemporary Irish Studies. Published by: Pluto Press. Peadar Kirby, Luke Gibbons and Michael Cronin. Ireland reinvented itself during the 1990s’, boldly proclaimed the 1999 strategy document of the National Economic and Social Council (NESC), a three-year outline of economic and social policy agreed by all the social partners (government, business, farmers’ groups, trade unions and the community and voluntary sector) (NESC 1999: 21).

Reinventing Ireland : Culture, Society and the Global Economy. by Luke Gibbons and Peadar Kirby. Over the last decade the Irish economy has experienced a period of unprecedented growth which has earned it the title Celtic Tiger

Reinventing Ireland : Culture, Society and the Global Economy. Over the last decade the Irish economy has experienced a period of unprecedented growth which has earned it the title Celtic Tiger.

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Peadar Kirby, Luke Gibbons and Michael Cronin (eds), Reinventing Ireland: Culture, Society and the Global Economy, London: Pluto Press, 2002, paperback £1. 9,232 pages. A few years ago, Declan Kiberd set about inventing Ireland from a literary perspective, now an uneasy alliance between sociology and cultural studies engages in the task of reinventing Ireland. But what if the 'Irish people' actually believe in the Celtic Tiger? This is where a radical cultural studies might be helpful in analysing the cultural contradictions of the current era and the prospects for 'realistic' social transformation. Category: Образование. 6 Mb. Vulnerability and Violence: The Impact of Globalization. 807 Kb. Celtic Tiger in Collapse: Explaining the Weaknesses of the Irish Model. 881 Kb. Introduction to Latin America: Twenty-First Century Challenges. 3 Mb. 4 Mb. Vulnerability and Violence; The Impact of Globalisation

society and culture have become more connected to the world, but the economy has remained largely independent.

Over the last decade the Irish economy has experienced a period of unprecedented growth which has earned it the title Celtic Tiger. This success has been interpreted by academic commentators as marking a social and cultural transformation, what some have called the reinvention of Ireland. The essays in this book challenge the largely positive interpretation of Ireland's changing social order. The authors identify the ways in which culture and society have been made subservient to the needs of the market in this new neo-liberal Ireland. They draw on subversive strands in Irish history and offer a broader and more robust understanding of culture as a site of resistance to the dominant social order and as a political means to fashion an alternative future.