Exploring the impact of ict on irish in the classroom research by eleanor walsh (2010/11 bursary scheme) overview of research in outline the research sought to assess the attitudes of a group of transition year students to the. New research obtained by the irish times suggests about 120,000 people in ireland own a cryptocurrency, a 300 per cent increase in the last four years the study also suggests that more than. Public attitudes to disability in the republic of ireland attitudes to disability in the republic of ireland 1 has indicated areas in which irish attitudes towards people with disabilities display strong international research studies of attitudes towards disability in other countries such as the uk, denmark, the. Great famine, also called irish potato famine, great irish famine, or famine of 1845–49, famine that occurred in ireland in 1845–49 when the potato crop failed in successive years the crop failures were caused by late blight , a disease that destroys both the leaves and the edible roots , or tubers , of the potato plant. Irish travellers comprise a population of some 25,000 people -approximately 1 % of the total irish population being a traveller is an ascribed status and for an individual.
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A majority of people in northern ireland believe peace in the region will not last, according to a comprehensive public attitude survey as politicians at stormont hold talks to save power. Understand the current attitudes and behaviours in relation to modern irish consumers however qualitative research by virtue of the smaller numbers involved, only provides a snapshot of the main consumer issues. Public attitudes to disability in ireland with a disability, a relation was the most frequent answer with 3% of respondents stating ‘spouse or partner’, 20% ‘member of immediate family’ and 17% ‘other relative. Irish attitudes to death, dying and bereavement 2004-2014 by john a weafer undertaking this research ms sharon foley ceo, irish hospice foundation ms orla keegan head of education, research and national study on irish attitudes to death and dying commissioned by the irish hospice foundation.
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