Political culture in Ireland the views of two generations.Publication details: Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 1976Description: vi, 205p. 26cmISBN: 0902173723Subject(s): political culture | political socialisation | Ireland | political attitudes | public perception | public opinion | attitudes | values | adults | civic institutions | civic attitudes | school children | children | young people | civics | political education | studentsDDC classification: 320.9415
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Contents: Irish adults' perceptions of their civic institutions and their own role in relation to them (J. Raven & C.T. Whelan)[and
Political socialisation of the Irish secondary school student (P.A. Pfretschner & D.M. Borock). Introduction by John Whyte. Includes questionnaires & responses. IPA.