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Lindsey Dodd

the History of Memory (London:  Bloomsbury, 2004), pp. 74–6. v 46 v Telling stories 8 J. Agee and W. Evans, Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1988), p. xlvi, cited in D. James, Doña María’s Story: Life History, Memory and Political Identity (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2000), p. 143. 9 AMBB 6H18: Police Inspector’s report, 13 September 1939, and letter to Mme Saulgrain (undated). Spelling errors were not reproduced in this translation. 10 R. Samuel, ‘Headington Quarry: recording a labouring community’, Oral History, 1.4 (1973), p

in French children under the Allied bombs, 1940–45
Michael Mulqueen

author was also concerned that if they did agree to be interviewed they would ‘hold back’ on what they said to an extent that could seriously jeopardise the validity of the method. A related problem concerned the principal means of conducting the interviews – tape-recording. A key objective was to compile a comprehensive set of verbatim transcripts in the interests of reliability (Smith 1995 , p. 18

in Re-evaluating Irish national security policy
Data becoming risk information
Nathaniel O’Grady

Officers who verify the data that the FRS source from fire incidents, I offer an account firstly of how data moves through the FRS. Present at the scene of fires, the Incident Recording System (IRS) extracts data as fire incidents unfold in real time. This data are then circulated to the Quality Assurance Officer to verify. Upon verification, data are mobilised to different analysis software across the FRS. The capacity of data to

in Security/ Mobility
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A cartoon analysis of conflict
Ilan Danjoux

of the possibilities. What this study hopefully demonstrates is that cartoon analysis is not limited to any one political or economic system and that although cartoons were not established as predictors of violence, they do effectively chronicle conflict. This research also showed that, by recording public frustration with diplomacy, changes in Israeli and Palestinian cartoons in October 2000

in Political cartoons and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
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Peter Shirlow, Jonathan Tonge, James McAuley and Catherine McGlynn

, it is worth recording that former prisoners understand conflict transformation as: taking into account the needs of numerous different people, even those from within the other ethno-sectarian group; promoting a rights-based approach that incorporates a duty to promote equality of opportunity and of citizenship as rights based, as opposed to merely ethnically designed; engages residents in a participatory manner and in

in Abandoning historical conflict?
David Bolton

recordings of therapy sessions. As each version was developed, the date of implementation was noted on the new rendition for ease of reference, and so reviews of patients at any point could be undertaken with reference to the relevant version of the protocol (NICTT, 2003 ). Early interventions after traumatic experiences At an early stage in the life of the Centre it was approached

in Conflict, peace and mental health
Sandra Buchanan

, recording and evaluation must be properly thought out and designed, implemented from the beginning and maintained continuously over the long-term 7.1 Monitoring indicators need to be transformation friendly 7.2 Lessons learned need to be recorded for transferability 8 A holistic partnership approach at all levels is crucial 8.1 Citizen participation is

in Transforming conflict through social and economic development
Leslie C. Green

falls into his hands, when the provisions of the Prisoners of War Convention come into operation 8 and the various provisions for recording the details of those captured or dead apply. It is, however, open to the parties to the conflict to make special arrangements concerning the wounded, sick and shipwrecked, other than those relating to prisoners of war generally, provided they do not adversely affect the position of

in The contemporary law of armed conflict
David Bolton

support. In the more advanced training programmes that were subsequently developed by the NICTT, evaluation of skills gained was assessed by tutors using video recordings of therapy sessions, and marked against set criteria. Further developments By the time the Centre closed in 2011 it had developed the framework for an integrated trauma-related training

in Conflict, peace and mental health
Ireland’s unique experience of tuberculosis during the Second World War
Anne MacLellan

stigmatising and families sought to manipulate death certificate recordings. As, according to Christopher J. McSweeney, medical superintendent of Cork Street Fever Hospital, Dublin, ‘most [Irish] doctors have had the experience of being urged by the relatives to omit all reference to tuberculosis when assigning the cause of death on an official death certificate’. 8 The rate of decline

in Medicine, health and Irish experiences of conflict 1914–45