The broadcasting dilemma: attitudes to the north: local political leadership: education and agriculture.
|dc.contributor.author||Institute of Public Administration|
|dc.identifier.citation||Institute of Public Administration. 1980. The broadcasting dilemma: attitudes to the north: local political leadership: education and agriculture. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration (IPA)||en|
|dc.description||In the effort to measure Irish and British attitudes, Professor E. E. Davis, Richard Sinnott and their colleagues have elaborated techniques which cannot but impress. The administrative structure devised by the research team deserves to be greeted with enthusiasm as a pioneer effort in this country. The care taken to elaborate every stage of the argument and present it to the scholarly public is most commendable. The detailed analysis of the paper, the careful and thorough articulation of every aspect of the subject, fully buttressed by a long series of statistical tables, commands confidence in the disinterested approach of the research group. Here is professional activity at a high level which surely deserves encouragement. It is hoped, however, that acceptance of the methodological approach of the historian might lead the investigators to even more fruitful and acceptable conclusions in a second volume. Professor R. Dudley Edwards.||en|
|dc.publisher||Institute of Public Administration (IPA)||en|
|dc.relation.ispartof||Administration. Journal of the Institute of Public Administration in Ireland. 1980, Vol 28, No 1.||en|
|dc.title||The broadcasting dilemma: attitudes to the north: local political leadership: education and agriculture.||en|