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Biography

Jim McAuley is Professor of Political Sociology and Irish Studies. He has taught in various guises in a multidisciplinary Social Science setting for many years.

 

He has been a visiting research scholar at several institutions in Sweden, Canada and the USA. Awarded his BSc from the University of Ulster in 1983, and a PhD in 1998 from the University of Leeds (a study the impact of political violence on community identity), he has continued to write extensively issues around political conflict and division.

 

Currently his research deals with a number of topics, mainly focusing on the consequences of post-conflict and peace processes and more broadly, identity construction, ethnic and political memory, violence prevention and concepts of radicalisation and terrorism.

 

He is co-ordinator of the Economic and Social Research Council Seminar on Northern Ireland and Memory.

 

He over 30 years of experience researching into political violence and terrorism, largely in the context of Northern Ireland. His major approach is to analyse the organizational structure of organizations engaged in political violence and their relationships over time. As such he has researched those involved in interactions with such organisations and the social movement sector closely. He has studied all aspects of the cycle of those engaged in political violence – engagement, involvement and disengagement, again mainly in the context of Northern Ireland, including the role of religion in motivating terrorism that is grounded in an ideological and socio-political framing. He is particularly interested in the prison experience in a number of countries, in particular the efforts of de-radicalisation processes in Singapore, Saudi Arabia and Yemen and the comparison of these programmes with others, for example, the experiences of Republican prisoners in Ireland.

 

He is currently funded on a CREST research project ‘Learning and unlearning terrorism: The transition from civilian life into paramilitarism and back again during the conflict and peace process in Northern Ireland’ and a British Academy project on the Ulster Unionist Party. This includes first-ever membership survey of the UUP, along with access to scores of interviewees and covers the entire membership of what remains Northern Ireland’s largest party.

He retains a particular interest in the construction of loyalist and unionist identity identities in Ireland and broader Irish Protestant experiences of diaspora. As part of a long term project he has published four recent books, Ulster’s Last Stand? (Irish Academic Press, 2010); Loyal to the Core (Irish Academic Press, 2011); The Democratic Unionist Party (Oxford, 2014); Very British Rebels? (Bloomsbury, 2016).

He has published over a hundred refereered books, articles and journal articles and is currently working on two more books, one on, The Ulster Unionist Party and the other on the influence of Orangeism on Canadian society.

Research and Scholarship

University research group memberships

Jim McAuley is currently a member and Director of the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences, the Academy for British and Irish Studies and the Centre for Research in the Social Sciences.

Research grants

  • 1999 – 2000 ESRC Grant, Devolution and Politics in Northern Ireland - £20,000 [with Jon Tonge]
  • 2000 – 2003 Ulster Unionist Identity and Politics. (University of Huddersfield) - £45,000
  • 2001 – 2002 ESRC grant, ‘The roles of extra-constitutional parties in the Northern Ireland Assembly - £15,000 [with Jon Tonge]
  • 2002 – 2004 ESRC Research Seminar Co-ordinator Grant, ‘Northern Ireland After the Good Friday Agreement’ - £15,000.
  • 2004 – 2005 The Political and Social Attitudes of Orangeism in Contemporary Ireland (University of Huddersfield) - £5,000
  • 2004 – 2007 Community Cohesion and Multiculturalism in Northern England (University of Huddersfield) - £55,000
  • 2006 – 2008 Leverhulme Trust, ‘Abandoning historical conflict: Former paramilitaries in Northern Ireland’ - £79,000 [with Jon Tonge and Pete Shirlow]
  • 2006 – 2008 ESRC The Political and Social Attitudes of Orangeism in Contemporary Ireland - £65,000. [with Jon Tonge]
  • 2007 – 2010 ‘Threatened Identities: Challenged Senses of Britishness’, University of Huddersfield - £64,000

Publications and Other Research Outputs

2017

Nesbitt-Larking, P. and McAuley, J. (2017) ‘Securitization through re-enchantment: The strategic uses of myth and memoryPostcolonial Studies . ISSN 1368-8790

Ferguson, N., McDaid, S. and McAuley, J. (2017) ‘Social movements, structural violence and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland: The role of Loyalist paramilitariesPeace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology . ISSN 1078-1919

2016

McAuley, J. and Ferguson, N. (2016) ‘‘Us’ and ‘Them’: Ulster Loyalist Perspectives on the IRA and Irish RepublicanismTerrorism and Political Violence , 28 (3), pp. 561-575. ISSN 0954-6553

McAuley, J (2016) ‘Memory and Belonging in Ulster Loyalist IdentityIrish Political Studies , 31 (1), pp. 122-138. ISSN 0790-7184

2015

McAuley, J (2015) Very British Rebels?: The Culture and Politics of Ulster Loyalism . : Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781441109033

2014

McAuley, J (2014) ‘"Do terrorists have goatee beards?": Contemporary understandings of terrorism’. In: The Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 165-186. ISBN 9781137291172

Tonge, J., Braniff, M., Hennessey, T., McAuley, J. and Whiting, S. (2014) The Democratic Unionist Party: From Protest to Power . : Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198705772

McDaid, S., Mycock, A., McGlynn, C., McAuley, J. and Gormley-Heenan, C. (2014) The Northern Ireland ‘Culture Wars’ Symposium Report: November 2013 Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield

McAuley, J (2014) ‘Divergent Memories: Remembering and Forgetting the Great War in Loyalist and Nationalist Ireland’. In: Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration Mobilizing the Past in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. : Peter Lang. pp. 119-132. ISBN 978-3-0343-0937-0

2012

McGlynn, C., Tonge, J. and McAuley, J. (2012) ‘The Party Politics of Post-devolution Identity in Northern IrelandBritish Journal of Politics and International Relations . ISSN 1369-1481

Shirlow, P., Tonge, J. and McAuley, J. (2012) ‘Continuity and change in the discourse of republican former prisoners’. In: Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution: Debating Peace in Northern Ireland. : Routledge. pp. 126-142. ISBN 9780415642033

Ochen, E., Jones, A. and McAuley, J. (2012) ‘Formerly Abducted Child Mothers in Northern Uganda: A Critique of Modern Structures for Child Protection and ReintegrationJournal of Community Practice , 20 (1-2), pp. 89-111. ISSN 1070-5422

2011

McAuley, J., Ward, P., Thomas, P., Mycock, A., Matthews, J., McGlynn, C., Hayton, R. and Webster, W. (2011) ‘Academy for British and Irish Studies, 2011’. In: Academy for British and Irish Studies (relaunch), December 2011, University of Huddersfield

McAuley, J., Mycock, A. and Tonge, J. (2011) Loyal to the Core? Orangeism and Britishness in Northern Ireland . Sallins Co. Kildare: Irish Academic Press. ISBN 9780716530886

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2011) ‘One Day in July: Blood, Thunder and Street Politics in Belfast’. In: Understanding the Social World Conference 2011, 13th - 15th July 2011, University of Huddersfield

McAuley, J (2011) ‘‘Not Like in the Past’: Irish Republican Dissidents and the Ulster Loyalist Response’. In: Dissident Irish Republicanism. : Continuum. . ISBN 9781441154675

McGlynn, C. and McAuley, J. (2011) ‘New Labour and Northern Ireland: delivering peace, prosperity and social justice?’. In: Redefining social justice: New Labour, rhetoric and reality. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. pp. 159-177. ISBN 9780719082207

McAuley, J. and McGlynn, C. (2011) ‘Women within Loyalism’. In: Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday agreement: politics, processes and futures. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. . ISBN 9780230228856

McAuley, J. and Spencer, G. (2011) ‘The political and social futures of Loyalism’. In: Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday agreement: politics, processes and futures. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. . ISBN 9780230228856

Tonge, J., Shirlow, P. and McAuley, J. (2011) ‘So Why Did the Guns Fall Silent? How Interplay, not Stalemate, Explains the Northern Ireland Peace ProcessIrish Political Studies , 26 (1), pp. 1-18. ISSN 0790-7184

McAuley, J. and McGlynn, C. (2011) ‘Auxiliaries in the Cause? Loyalist Women in Conflict and Post Conflict’. In: Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 132-146. ISBN 9780230228856

McAuley, J. and Spencer, G. (2011) ‘Politics, Identity and Change in Contemporary Loyalism;’. In: Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-7. ISBN 9780230228856

McAuley, J., Tonge, J. and Mycock, A. (2011) ‘Loyalism, Orangeism and Britishness: Contemporary Synergies and Tensions’. In: Ulster Loyalism after the Good Friday agreement: politics, processes and futures. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. . ISBN 9780230228856

2010

McAuley, J., Tonge, J. and Mycock, A. (2010) ‘Personal and Public Lives: Orangeism and political identities in Northern Ireland’. In: The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, 6th-9th December 2010, Macquarie University Sydney Australia

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2010) ‘New Order: Contemporary Political Alignments of the Protestant Orange Tradition in Northern Ireland’. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland Conference, 8th-10th October 2010, Dublin Institute of Technology

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2010) ‘The old order changeth - or not? Modern discourses within the Orange order in Northern Ireland’. In: Political Discourse and Conflict Resolution. : Taylor & Francis. pp. 109-125. ISBN 9780415566285

McAuley, J (2010) ‘Five years on, shockwaves still spread from the bombs that changed BritainYorkshire Post .

McAuley, J (2010) ‘Loyal to the Core: Orangeism and Political Identity in Northern Ireland’. In: International Society of Political Psychology 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting, 7th-10th July 2010, San Francisco USA

Tonge, J., Evans, J., Jeffery, R. and McAuley, J. (2010) ‘New Order: Political Change and the Protestant Orange Tradition in Northern IrelandBritish Journal of Politics and International Relations , p. no. ISSN 13691481

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2010) ‘Britishness (and Irishness) in Northern Ireland since the Good Friday AgreementParliamentary Affairs , 63 (2), pp. 266-285. ISSN 1460-2482

McAuley, J (2010) Ulster's last stand?: (Re) constructing Ulster Unionism after the peace process . Dublin, Ireland: Irish Academic Press. ISBN 9780716530329

McAuley, J (2010) ‘Irish peace is lesson for world – and you can shake on itYorkshire Post .

Shirlow, P., Tonge, J., McAuley, J. and McGlynn, C. (2010) Abandoning historical conflict? Former paramilitary prisoners and political reconciliation in Northern Ireland . Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719080111

McAuley, J., Tonge, J. and Shirlow, P. (2010) ‘Conflict, Transformation, and Former Loyalist Paramilitary Prisoners in Northern IrelandTerrorism and Political Violence , 22 (1), pp. 22-40. ISSN 0954-6553

2009

McAuley, J (2009) ‘Britishness in Northern Ireland after the Good Friday agreement’. In: Australian political studies association conference, 27th-30th September 2009, Macquarie University Sydney, Australia

McAuley, J (2009) ‘Ulster violence does not mark a return to the bloody pastYorkshire Post .

Tonge, J., McAuley, J. and Shirlow, P. (2009) ‘New Pluralism or Old Ideological Certainties? Examining the Extent of Ideological Change among Republican and Loyalist Former Prisoners in Northern Ireland’. In: Political Ideology in Ireland. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 283-298. ISBN 9781443805285

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2009) ‘‘Still Marching After All These Years’: Orange Ideology and the Culture War in Northern Ireland’. In: Political Ideology in Ireland. Newcastel Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 299-316. ISBN 9781443805285

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2009) ‘Britishness in Northern Ireland after the Good Friday Agreement’. In: Political Studies Association Conference 2009, 7-9 April 2009, Manchester, UK

McAuley, J., McGlynn, C. and Tonge, J. (2009) ‘The Settlement of Asymmetric Conflicts through Symmetric Interests in Peace’. In: An Irish Model for Peace? Interdisciplinary debate, International lessons Political Studies Association of Ireland Specialist Group in Peace and Conflict Conference, 22nd-23rd May 2009, Dublin, Ireland

2008

Tonge, J. and McAuley, J. (2008) ‘So why did the guns fall silent? The inadequacies of existing conflict resolution theories in explaining the peace process in Northern Ireland.’. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference 2008, 17-19 October 2008, Galway, Ireland

Tonge, J. and McAuley, J. (2008) ‘The contemporary Orange Order in Northern Ireland’. In: Irish Protestant identities. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. pp. 289-303. ISBN 9780719077456

McGlynn, C. and McAuley, J. (2008) ‘Abandoning historical conflict? Former prisoners and conflict transformation in Norther Ireland’. In: British Society of Criminology, 9-11 July 2008, University of Huddersfield, UK

Shirlow, P., McAuley, J., Tonge, J. and McGlynn, C. (2008) ‘Action Before Ideology': Understanding the role of age and knowledge in the 'Troubles in Northern Ireland/Ireland’’. In: Youth Radicalisation And The Role Of Secular And Religious Ideologies In Legitimising Politically Motivated Violence, 25-27 June 2008, London, UK

McAuley, J., Tonge, J. and Shirlow, P. (2008) ‘The maintenance of Republican Ideology and Tactics in the Discourses of IRA Former Prisoners’, in Political discourse as an instrument of conflict and peace: Lessons from Northern IrelandPeace and Conflict Studies , 15 (1), pp. 136-155. ISSN 1082-7307

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2008) ‘‘Faith, Crown and State: Contemporary Discourses within the Orange Order in Northern Ireland’, in Political discourse as an instrument of conflict and peace: Lessons from Northern IrelandPeace and Conflict Studies , 15 (1), pp. 156-176. ISSN 1082-7307

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2008) The Social and Political Bases of the Orange Order in Northern Ireland: Full Research Report ESRC End of Award Report, RES-000-23-1614 Swindon: ESRC (Unpublished)

McAuley, J., McGlynn, C. and Tonge, J. (2008) ‘Conflict resolution in asymmetric and symmetric situations: Northern Ireland as a case studyDynamics of Asymmetric Conflict , 1 (1), pp. 88-102. ISSN 1746-7594

McAuley, J. and Gilzean, N. (2008) ‘Being Irish: Reconstructing Politics and Identity in the Diaspora’. In: Nations, Diasporas, Identities Conference 2008, 27-30 March 2008, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ

McAuley, J (2008) ‘Devolution and home rule across the United Kingdom’. In: Espace, territoire et unité nationale : la « devolution » au Royaume-Uni, 17th January 2008, Poitiers, France

McAuley, J (2008) ‘Constructing Unionist and Loyalist identities’. In: Transforming the Peace Process in Northern Ireland. Dublin, Ireland: Irish Academic Press. pp. 15-27. ISBN 9780716529569

2007

McAuley, J (2007) ‘Contemporary Political Discourses within the Orange Order in Northern Ireland ”’. In: L'ideologie politique en Irlande: du siecle des lumieres a nos jours, 22-24 November 2007, Faculte Victor-Segalen Brest, France

McAuley, J (2007) ‘Reconstructing Loyalism after the peace’. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference 2007, 19-21 October 2007, Dublin, Ireland

Todd, J. and McAuley, J. (2007) ‘Two traditions in unionist political culture : a commentary’. In: Irish political studies reader: key contributions. : Taylor & Francis. pp. 105-135. ISBN 9780415446471

McAuley, J., Shirlow, P. and Tonge, J. (2007) ‘Former combatants and civil society in Northern Ireland’. In: Annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, 4-7 July 2007, Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregon USA

McAuley, J (2007) ‘Contemporary political discourses within the Orange Order in Northern Ireland’. In: Peace Lines: Political Discourse on Northern Ireland since the Troubles, Friday 1st June 2007, University College Dublin

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2007) ‘For God and the Crown: contemporary political and social attitudes among Orange Order members in Northern IrelandPolitical Psychology , 28 (1), pp. 33-52. ISSN 0162-895X

Tonge, J., McAuley, J. and Shirlow, P. (2007) ‘New pluralism or old ideological certainties? Examining the extent of political change among republican and loyalist prisoners’. In: Reviewing the Good Friday agreement: effects, impact and prospects, 27-28 June 2007, University of Wolverhampton

2006

McAuley, J (2006) ‘Ulster's political future: written in stone?Yorkshire Post . ISSN 0963-1496

McAuley, J., Tonge, J. and Shirlow, P. (2006) ‘'Nothing but the Same Old Story? - political perspectives of former combatants in Northern Ireland'’. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference 2006, 20-22 October 2006, University College Cork

McAuley, J., Tonge, J. and Shirlow, P. (2006) ‘Still the Same Old Story? The views of former combatants in Northern Ireland’. In: International Society of Political Psychology 2006 Scientific Meeting, July 12-15, 2006, Barcelona, Spain

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2006) ‘Devolution and Unionist electoral realignment in Northern Ireland’. In: Political Studies Association: British and Comparative Territorial Politics Specialist Group Biennial Conference 2006, 11-13 January 2006, Belfast, Ireland

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2006) ‘'Nothing but the Same Old Story? - political perspectives of former combatants in Northern Ireland'’. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference 2006, 20-22 October 2006, University College Cork

2005

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2005) ‘The contemporary Orange Order in Northern Ireland’. In: European Studies Research Institute Conference: Irish Protestant Identities, 16-18 September 2005, University of Salford, UK

McAuley, J (2005) ‘Whither new loyalism? Changing loyalist politics after the Belfast agreementIrish Political Studies , 20 (3), pp. 323-340. ISSN 0790-7184

Tonge, J. and McAuley, J. (2005) The realignment of unionism: the shift in Orange Order support from the Ulster Unionist Party to the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland ESRC

McAuley, J (2005) ‘Identities in Conflict’. In: International Society of Political Psychology 2005 Scientific Meeting: Political Psychology: Facing the Real World, July 3-6, 2005, Toronto, Canada

McAuley, J., Stom, K. and Irvin, C. (2005) ‘Street gangs, paramilitaries, “terrorists" and politicized violence’. In: International Society of Political Psychology 2005 Scientific Meeting: Political Psychology: Facing the Real World, July 3-6, 2005, Toronto, Canada

2004

McAuley, J (2004) ‘Northern Ireland after the Belfast Agreement: Ulster Unionism's last stand’. In: International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, 15th-18th July 2004, Lund, Sweden

McAuley, J (2004) ‘Fantasy Politics? Restructuring Unionism after the Good Friday AgreementEire/Ireland: a journal of Irish studies , 39 (1-2), pp. 189-214. ISSN 0013-2683

McAuley, J (2004) ‘Just fighting to survive: loyalist paramilitary politics and the Progressive Unionist PartyTerrorism and Political Violence , 16 (3), pp. 522-543. ISSN 0954-6553

McAuley, J (2004) ‘Peace and progress? Political and social change among young loyalists in Northern IrelandJournal of Social Issues , 60 (3), pp. 541-562. ISSN 0022-4537

2003

Dennis, A. and McAuley, J. (2003) ‘What about which workers? Social movements and social organisations in the contemporary United Kingdom’. In: 6th ESA Conference, 23-26 September 2003, Murcia, Spain

McAuley, J (2003) ‘Unionism’s Last Stand? Contemporary Unionist Politics and Identity in Northern IrelandGlobal review of Ethnopolitics , 3 (1), pp. 60-76. ISSN 1744-9065

Gilzean, N. and McAuley, J. (2003) ‘Being’ Irish: Politics in the Diaspora’. In: International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, 6th-9th July 2003, Boston, USA

McAuley, J (2003) An introduction to politics, state and society . : Sage. ISBN 9780803979314

2002

McAuley, J (2002) ‘The emergence of new loyalism’. In: Changing Shades of Orange and Green: Redefining the Union and the Nation. Dublin, Ireland: UCD Press. pp. 106-122. ISBN 9781900621830

McAuley, J. and Hogan, S. (2002) ‘New Loyalism: Changing Discourse, Changing Politics?’. In: International Society of Political Psychology Twenty-Fifth Annual Scientific Meeting Language of Politics, Language of Citizenship, Language of Culture, 16-19 July 2002, Berlin, Germany

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2002) ‘In the Party but off messageFortnight (405), pp. 12-13. ISSN 0141-7762

Gilzean, N. and McAuley, J. (2002) ‘Strangers in a strange land?: (Re) constructing "Irishness" in a Northern English townIrish Journal of Sociology , 11 (2), pp. 54-76. ISSN 0791-6035

McAuley, J (2002) ‘Ulster Unionism after the peace’. In: Peace at last? The impact of the Good Friday agreements in Northern Ireland. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books. pp. 76-93. ISBN 978-1-57181-518-7

McAuley, J (2002) ‘Editor’s Introduction: Sociological Perspectives of the Irish DiasporaIrish Journal of Sociology , 11 (2), pp. 3-7. ISSN 0791-6035

2001

Ervine, D. and McAuley, J. (2001) Redefining loyalism IBIS

McAuley, J. and Tonge, J. (2001) The role of extra-constitutional parties in the Northern Ireland Assembly Swindon, UK: ESRC (Unpublished)

Ervine, D. and McAuley, J. (2001) ‘Redefining loyalism: a political perspective, an academic perspectiveWorking Papers in British-Irish Studies (4), pp. 1-31. ISSN 1649-0304

2000

McAuley, J (2000) ‘Mobilising Ulster Unionism: new directions or old?Capital and Class , 70, pp. 37-64. ISSN 0309-8168

1999

McAuley, J (1999) ‘'Very British Rebels': Politics and Discourse within Contemporary Ulster Unionism’. In: Transforming Politics: Power and Resistance. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 106-125. ISBN 9780312222314

McAuley, J (1999) ‘Still no surrender? New Loyalism and the Peace Process in Ireland’. In: Politics and Performance in Contemporary Northern Ireland. Massachusetts, USA: University of Massachusetts Press. pp. 41-56. ISBN 1-55849-196-1

1998

McAuley, J (1998) ‘A Process of Surrender? Loyalist Perceptions of a Settlement’. In: Dis/agreeing Ireland; Contexts, Obstacles, Hopes. : Pluto Press. pp. 193-210. ISBN 9780745312750

1997

McAuley, J (1997) ‘Divided Loyalists, divided loyalties: conflicts and continuities in contemporary Unionist ideology’. In: Peace or War? Understanding the Peace Process in Northern Ireland. Surrey, UK: Ashgate. pp. 37-53. ISBN 978-1-85972-519-1

McAuley, J (1997) ‘Flying the one winged bird: Unionism and peace’. In: Who are the People? Unionism, Protestantism and Loyalism in Northern Ireland. London, UK: Pluto Press. pp. 158-175. ISBN 9780745312132

1996

McAuley, J (1996) ‘Under an Orange banner: reflections on the northern Protestant experiences of emigration’. In: Religion and Identity. : Leicester University Press. pp. 43-69. ISBN 9780718502331

1995

McAuley, J (1995) ‘Not a game of cowboys and indians: loyalist paramilitary groups in the 1990s’. In: Terrorism's Laboratory: Northern Ireland. Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth Press. pp. 137-158. ISBN 9781855214576

1994

McAuley, J (1994) The politics of identity: a loyalist community in Belfast . Aldershot, UK: Avebury. ISBN 9781856285377

1991

McAuley, J (1991) ‘The ideology and politics of the Ulster Defence Association’. In: Culture and Politics in Northern Ireland. : Open University Press. pp. 44-68. ISBN 9780335097128

McAuley, J. and McCormack, P. (1991) ‘The Protestant working class and the State since 1930’. In: Ireland's Histories. London, UK: Routledge. pp. 114-128. ISBN 9780415053358

Research Degree Supervision

Administrative Responsibilities

Main Current Administration Roles:

  • Director of Research, School of Human and Health Sciences
  • Member, School Management Team
  • Member, School Research Degrees Committee
  • Member, School Board
  • Member, University Research Committee
  • Member of Editorial Board of Irish Political Studies http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/07907184.asp

Teaching and Professional Activities

Teaching & Academic Responsibilities

Over twenty years teaching experience, largely in the areas of political sociology, popular cultures and politics.