ARK Research Updates

Below is a listing of all the ARK Research Updates dating from 1999, all of which are available in PDF format. Many of the Research Updates have been presented as seminars and where possible these seminars have been recorded onto video and can be viewed within your web browser here.image of Research Updates

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All work that refers to an ARK Research Update should acknowledge it using the appropriate bibliographic citation. For example:

Robinson, Gillian and Devine, Paula, 2017, Bonfires, flags, identity and cultural traditions, ARK Research Update 119, Belfast: ARK < >

There are over 100 ARK Research Updates available in PDF form for download. You can the search facility below with keywords, a year or month or a name to help find the ARK Research Updates you are interested in.

Total number of items - 152


Attitudes to migrant workers in Northern Ireland: an improving landscape?
Lucy Michael
Our future - no vote: Attitudes to Brexit among children and young people.
Dirk Schubotz, Katrina Lloyd, Martina McKnight and Paula Devine
Citizenship practices and political literacy in young people
Alan Smith, Una O'Connor, Jessica Bates and Matt Milliken
The Missing T: Baselining Attitudes Towards Transgender People in Northern Ireland
Dr Gail Neill, Ulster University and Dr Siobhán McAlister, Queen’s University Belfast.
A sense of belonging
Paula Devine and Dirk Schubotz
The Genie is out of the Bottle: Self-managed abortions in Northern Ireland using pills
Goretti Horgan
Volunteering Matters: Young People’s Perspectives
Martina McKnight and Dirk Schubotz
A welcoming Northern Ireland? Understanding sentiment towards asylum seekers and refugees
Dr Lucy Michael (Ulster University)
A welcoming Northern Ireland? Understanding sentiment towards asylum seekers and refugees
Lucy Michael and Paula Devine
20 years of good relations policy and attitudes
Paula Devine and Gillian Robinson