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|Community Experiences of Sectarianism
|Goodall K, Hopkins P, McKerrell S, Markey J, Millar S, Richardson J & Richardson M (2015) Community Experiences of Sectarianism. Scottish Government. Scottish Government Social Research. http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0047/00470344.pdf
|Scottish Government Social Research
|This report presents findings from a study which explored community experiences and perceptions of sectarianism. It is based on in-depth qualitative research whithin 5 case study communities across Scotland. The research examined if and how sectarianism affects particular communities, and how it may form part of people's everyday experiences. It provides insights into people's perceptions and experiences both in areas where sectarianism still appears to persist and where it seems to be less of a problem. It also offers insights into how these communities believe they can be strengthened to tackle sectarianism in its various manifestations.
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