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For God's sake: an exploration of the life and work of women religious in Ireland in the twentieth century from a psychoanalytic and systemic perspective Camillus Metcalfe [electronic resource]

By: Metcalfe, Camillus.
Series: University of East London Thesis.Publisher: London University of East London 2011Description: iv, 286 p.Subject(s): RELIGIOUS GROUPS : SOCIETY KPA | WOMEN : SOCIAL GROUPS KNW | SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY : SOCIAL SCIENCES KD | IRELAND 8EV | PERIODS OF TIME : 1900-2000 7QP | WOMEN : PSYCHOLOGY IKW | SYSTEMS THEORY : PSYCHOLOGY IAY AXOnline resources: Click here for full text link via the Trust's E-Prints Online Dissertation note: Thesis (PhD) University of East London
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Thesis (PhD) University of East London

Includes bibliography on p. 237-248; appendix on p. 248-286 - transcript of interviews with one particular Sister.

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