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Having experienced over 30 years of violent conflict, Northern Ireland acts as an interesting case study in which to examine the causes and consequences of political violence. At the same time this society provides a number of important peace-building lessons for other conflicted societies across the globe. Whilst there are a plethora of books examining the Northern Ireland 'problem', Identity, segregation and peace-building in Northern Ireland stands out from the crowd as being succinct and offering a unique social psychological perspective. It provides an overview of some of the key issues relating to the conflict and its maintenance along with a list of further recommended reading for those interested in delving further. This is an accessible book for anyone interested in understanding more about the conflict in Northern Ireland, or for those who are interested in conflict, identity and peace-building more generally.

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