De Oranjemarsen: 1985 – 1996 (Tom Van Geertsom)


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Private archieven:

· Trinity College Dublin: Berkeley Library

The Irish Times

· Universiteitsbibliotheek Gent:

The Economist

De Standaard

The Times



· Alliance Party of Northern Ireland:

· Parades:

· The Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland:

· Sinn Fein:

· Social Democratic and Labour Party:

· Ulster Democratic Party:

· Ulster Democratic Unionist Party:

· Ulster Unionist Party:



· Agreement between the government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Republic of Ireland, London, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, 1985, s.p.

· ARTHUR (P.) and JEFFERY (K.), Northern Ireland since 1968, Oxford, Basil Blackwell Ltd., 1989, 120 p.

· ARTHUR (P.), “The Anglo-Irish Agreement: conflict resolution or conflict regulation?” in: Bulletin of Peace Proposals (Norway), XVIII, 1987, 4, pp. 555-565.

· ARTHUR (P.), Government and politics of Northern Ireland, Harlow, Longman,1989, 168 p.

· AUGHEY (A.), Under siege: Ulster Unionism and the Anglo-Irish Agreement, London, Hurst & Co, 1989, 214 p.

· BELL (D.), Acts of Union: youth culture and sectarianism in Northern Ireland, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1990, s.p.

· BELL (J. B.), Back to the future. The protestants and a United Ireland, Dublin, Poolbeb Press Ltd., 1996, 434 p.

· BEW (P.) and GILLESPIE (G.), Northern Ireland: a chronology of the troubles 1968-1993, Dublin, Gill and Macmillan, 1993, 344 p.

· BOYLE (K.) and HADDEN (T.), Northern Ireland: the choice, London, Penguin books, 1994, 256 p.

· BREWER (J. D.), Inside the RUC: routine policing in a divided society, Oxford, Clarendon, 1991, 305 p.

· BRUCE (S.), God save Ulster: the religion and politics of Paisleyism, Oxford, Oxford UP, 1986, 308 p.

· CONNOLLY (M. B.), Politics and policy-making in Northern Ireland, London, Philip Allen, 1990, 178 p.

· COOGAN (T. P.), The troubles: Ireland’s ordeal 1966-1995 and the search for peace, London, Hutchinson, 1995, 460 p.

· COUGHLAN (A.), Fooled again? The Anglo-Irish Agreement and after, Cork, The Mercier Press Ltd., 1986, 88 p.

· COX (W. H.), “Managing Northern Ireland intergovernmentally: an appraisal of the Anglo-Irish Agreement”, in: Parliamentary Affairs (Great-Britain), XL, 1987, 1, pp. 80-97.

· CURTIS (L.), Ireland: the propaganda war: the British media and the battle for hearts and minds, London, Pluto Press, 1984, 336 p.

· FLACKES (W.D.) and ELLIOT (S.), Northern Ireland: a political directory 1968-1993, Belfast, Blackstaff, 1994, 513 p.

· GALLIHER (J. F.) and DEGREGORY (J. L.), Understanding protestant perspectives, New York, Holmes and Meier Publishers, 1985, 208 p.

· GRAY (T.), The Orange Order, London, The Boldley Head, 1972, 292 p.

· McKERNAN (P. N.), “Courage and compromise: the Anglo-Irish Agreement of 1985 and the American dimension” in: Thought, LXII, 1987, 245, pp. 159-175.

· MILLER (D.), Don’t mention the war: Northern Ireland, propoganda and the media, London, Pluto Press, 1994, s.p.

· MORRISSEY (M.) and GAFFIKIN (F.), Northern Ireland: the Thatcher years, London, Zed Books, 1990, 238 p.

· O’LEARY (B.), “The Anglo-Irish Agreement: folly or statecraft?” in: West European Politics (Great-Britain), X, 1987, 1, pp. 5-32.

· ROLSTON (B.), The media and Northern Ireland: covering the troubles, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1991, 227 p.

· SHANNON (M.), Northern Ireland, Oxford, Clio Press, 1991, 603 p.

· SMITH (D. J.) and CHAMBERS (G.), Inequality in Northern Ireland, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1991, 401 p.

· WHYTE, (J. H.), Interpreting Northern Ireland, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1990, 308 p.

· WICHERT (S.), Northern Ireland since 1945, Harlow, Longman, 1991, s.p.

· WILSON (T.), Ulster, conflict and consent, Oxford, Blackwell, s.d., s.p.



Lijst der afkortingen


· AIA: Anglo-Irish Agreement

· BBC: British Broadcasting Company

· DUP: Democratic Unionist Party

· IRA: Irish Republican Army

· NIO: Northern Ireland Office

· OUP: Official Unionist Party (= UUP)

· RTE: Radio Television Eirréan

· RUC: Royal Ulster Constabulary

· SDLP: Social Democratic & Labour Party

· UDA: Ulster Defence Association

· UFF: Ulster Freedom Fighters

· UTV: Ulster Television

· UUP: Ulster Unionist Party (= OUP)

· UUUC: United Ulster Unionist Council

· UVF: Ulster Volunteer Force



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