Routine divisions
Segregation and daily life in Northern Ireland
in Everyday life after the Irish conflict
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Research on the practice of segregation and sectarianism in Northern Ireland has taken two main forms: anthropological and geographical. The aim of the research was to explore the extent to which people's daily routines were affected by the social divisions within Northern Ireland, by the often extensive segregation of Catholic and Protestant communities, by sectarianism and by the legacy of the conflict. The impact of the Troubles on the research areas in Belfast was very different and had a significant impact on the degree to which segregation and sectarianism were felt to impose themselves on daily routines. Little consideration has been given to exactly how economic regeneration may contribute to breaking down divisions and segregation but there is some indication from this research that economic regeneration can have an impact on a personal level.

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