In this chapter I study the use, trasmission and reception of (self-inflicted) death in Northern Ireland to show how memories impact upon today's generations and how the political environment conditions their receptivity. I draw on material collected through participant observation, interviews and a survey conducted in a college in which my questions aimed at identifying the role played by the Republican community and the ways in which hunger striking was being portrayed.

Political Manipulations: Death and Urban Graveyards Northern Ireland

MOLLICA, MARCELLO
2012

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In this chapter I study the use, trasmission and reception of (self-inflicted) death in Northern Ireland to show how memories impact upon today's generations and how the political environment conditions their receptivity. I draw on material collected through participant observation, interviews and a survey conducted in a college in which my questions aimed at identifying the role played by the Republican community and the ways in which hunger striking was being portrayed.
Mollica, Marcello
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