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‘We … galloped hard and straight over some big stone gaps’: Freedom of the Hunt for Elite Women in Ireland, 1860-1914

Maeve O'Riordan

2021-06-03 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2021 • Women in Sport • 18-34

Honour and Shame in Women’s Sports

Katie Liston

2021-06-03 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2021 • Women in Sport • 7-17

Editorial

Katie Liston, Helena Byrne and Maeve O’Riordan

2021-06-03 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2021 • Women in Sport • 1-6

Book Review of ‘Coping with Coronavirus: How to Stay Calm and Protect Your Mental Health’

Lucie Corcoran

2020-12-14 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2020 • ‘Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: Human Rights Abuses in a Changing World’ • 48-50

Love Thy Neighbour

Joanne Conway

2020-12-14 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2020 • ‘Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: Human Rights Abuses in a Changing World’ • 36-40

A Malenky Review of A Clockwork Orange and Attitudes Towards Behaviour Therapies

Eoin Madsen

2020-12-14 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2020 • ‘Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: Human Rights Abuses in a Changing World’ • 41-47

On Encountering the Difficulty of Reality: Philosophical Perspectives on Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away.

Emma Farrell

2020-12-14 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2020 • ‘Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: Human Rights Abuses in a Changing World’ • 31-35

The Right to Dignity or Disorder? The Case for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Diversity

Kate Carr-Fanning

2020-12-14 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2020 • ‘Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: Human Rights Abuses in a Changing World’ • 14-30

Is There a Human Legal Right to Mental Health?

Brendan D Kelly, Richard M Duffy and Gautam Gulati

2020-12-14 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2020 • ‘Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: Human Rights Abuses in a Changing World’ • 5-13

Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: A Special Issue

Patricia Frazer and Lucie Corcoran

2020-12-14 Volume 6 • Issue 1 • 2020 • ‘Why We Respond and Why We Turn Away: Human Rights Abuses in a Changing World’ • 1-4