Farmers and Relational Sustainability

Interviews conducted using the Biogaphic Narrative Interpretive Method on the topic of relational sustainability in Ireland. The interviews explored the experiences of farmers, fishers and rural dwellers of relationships in their communities: relationships between people; between

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Farmers and their inventions

‘From Knowledge to Invention: exploring user innovation in Irish agriculture’ was a successful doctoral research project conducted at The Open University (UK) from 2012-2016 with funding from Teagasc’s Walsh Fellowship Scheme. The study explored the processes and motivators of fa

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Dublin Reconstruction (Emergency Provisions) Act 1916

Legislation to provide loans to construct buildings in Dublin city centre to replace those destroyed during the 1916 Rising was enacted in 1916. This collection comprises an index of queries about and applications for loans, records of applications, and a valuation of properties

Dublin City Library and Archive

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Excavations at Knowth

A major programme of archaeological excavation commenced on 18 June 1962 at the passage tomb cemetery at Knowth, Co Meath. This research excavation continued on a seasonal basis for more than 40 years, resulting in the excavation of a considerable area of the monument complex. Ot

Royal Irish Academy

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Women's Experiences of Labiaplasty

'Sisters are Doin’ it for Themselves: A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Experience of Labiaplasty' was a doctoral research project conducted at University College Dublin (UCD) from 2013-2017. It was funded by the Irish Research Council Government of Ireland 2015 Postgraduate Sc

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Growing Up in Ireland (GUI)

Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) is the national longitudinal study of children in Ireland, launched in 2006. It is carried out by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD). It is funded by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) an

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