1st Edition

Ireland Contemporary perspectives on a land and its people

Edited By R. W. G. Carter, A.J. Parker Copyright 1990

    This book looks at Ireland's problems from geographic and environmental perspectives, placing them within their regional, national, and international context. It is invaluable to students, decision-makers, and all those interested in the current situation in Ireland and its future.

    European economic policies and Ireland, Frank Convery, ; partition, politics and social conflict, Dennis Pringle; Irish population problems, John Coward, University of Ulster, Coleraine; crime in geographical perspective, David Rottman; the historical legacy in modern Ireland, Stephen A. Royle; the problems of rural Ireland, Mary Cawley ; agricultural development, Desmond A. Gillmor ; the new industrialization of Ireland, Barry Brunt; the changing nature of Irish retailing, Tony Parker; transportation, James Killen; Dublin and Austin Smyth ; patterns in Irish tourism, John Pollard; Irish energy - problems and prospects, Palmer Newbould; water and resource management, David Wilcock;resources and management of Irish coastal waters and adjacent coasts, Ibill Carter; air pollution problems in Ireland, John Sweeney; regional development strategies, James A.Walsh;


    R. W. G. Carter (Author) , A. J. Parker (Author)