King O Riain, Rebecca
Re-racialising the Irish state through the census, citizenship and language.
Cambridge Scholars Press. 'Published with the permission of Cambridge Scholars Publishing ', pp. 275-293.
This chapter analyses contemporary processes of racialisation within the state in the Republic of Ireland through an examination of three empirical examples: the introduction of a racial/ethnic census question on the Irish census, changes in Irish citizenship laws and changes in Irish language requirements for application to the An Garda Siochana, the national police force.
||Re-racialising the Irish state
||Faculty of Social Sciences > Sociology
Dr Rebecca King O Riain
||02 May 2007
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||Race and State
||Cambridge Scholars Press. 'Published with the permission of Cambridge Scholars Publishing '
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