Demographic change and conflict in Northern Ireland: reconciling qualitative and quantitative evidence

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Kaufmann, Eric P.;
  • Publisher: Taylor and Francis
  • Subject: polsoc

Recent large-N quantitative studies have failed to uncover a link between demographic change and conflict. This seems to refute quite powerful qualitative evidence from small-scale case studies that such a relationship exists. This article attempts to reconcile the conf... View more
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