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"A central defining feature of deeply divided societies is binary division; two contrasting segments of a population that represent a cleavage significant enough to impact a wide range of issues. Deeply divided societies, delineated by difference from the "other," can be seen as intractable identity conflicts. To reduce our understanding of social identities in Northern Ireland to religion - Protestant or Catholic - is dangerously misleading. In reality,...
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