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Entering Religious Life, Claiming Subjectivity: Irish nuns, 1930s–1960s
Despite the number of Irish women who entered religious life, especially in the decades following independence, very little is known about their motivations for joining or experiences therein. BasedExpand
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SAGE & THYME: a model for training health and social care professionals in patient-focussed support.
OBJECTIVE To develop a model for addressing the emotional concerns of patients or their caregivers; to teach the model in a three-hour workshop and to assess the impact of that training on a wideExpand
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Forgotten migrants: Irish women religious in England, 1930s–1960s
In the post-independence period, as emigration rates increased and the population of Ireland continued to decline, the number of women entering religious life rose substantially, reaching a peak inExpand
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Cultural influences on attachment behaviours
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Negotiating identities : Irish women religious and migrations
As the population of Ireland continued to decline in the post-independent period, the number of women entering religious life rose substantially, reaching a peak in the late 1960s. Many of theseExpand