The ESRC university project on ‘dissident’ Irish republicanism: some reflections on the relationship between research, academia, and the security state

@article{Hayes2020TheEU,
  title={The ESRC university project on ‘dissident’ Irish republicanism: some reflections on the relationship between research, academia, and the security state},
  author={M. Hayes},
  journal={Contemporary Social Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={15},
  pages={175 - 195}
}
  • M. Hayes
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Contemporary Social Science
ABSTRACT This article focuses on a particular research project, funded by the ESRC, which aimed to examine the so-called dissident Republicanism in Ireland. By analysing the flaws in the proposal for the ESRC project, this article attempts to tease out and highlight some of the critical issues faced by those engaged in sustained research activity in the social sciences. The subsequent analysis throws into a much sharper focus the nature of the relationship between academia and the state. The… Expand

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