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xv Acknowledgments The research that produced this book was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council/Economic and Social Research Council’s Religion and Society Programme under grant AH/F008929/1 “Troubled Geographies : Two Centuries of Religious Division in Ireland.” It benefited from additional support from the British Academy under grant SG090803 “The Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 1871–2001.” Our sincere thanks go to Malcolm Sutton for allowing us to use his database of deaths during the Troubles and to Martin Melaugh (University of Ulster) for making the data set available to us. Many of the census data used have been taken from L. A. Clarkson, L. Kennedy, E. M. Crawford, and M. E. Dowling, Database of Irish His­ tori­ cal Statistics, 1861–1911 (computer file) (Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], No­ vem­ ber 1997, study number 3579); and from M. W. Dowling, L. A. Clarkson, L. Kennedy, and E. M. Crawford, Database of Irish His­tori­cal Statistics: Census Material, 1901–1971 (computer file) (Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], May 1998, study number 3542). Our thanks go also to Elaine Yeates and others at the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis, Queen’s University Belfast, for additional work on these and related data sets. Census data for the Repub­ lic of Ireland for 1981 to 2002 were provided by the Central Statistics Office, Ireland. Access to the grid square data for North­ ern Ireland were provided by the Census Office of the North­ ern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency. Their use in this analy­ sis benefited from Economic and Social Research Council grant RES-­ 000-­ 23-­ 0478. Spatial data on Belfast’s peace lines were downloaded from the North­ ern Ireland Statistics and Research Office website, (23 Sep­ tem­ ber 2011). Many of the color schemes used benefited from input from ColorBrewer. org, (23 Sep­ tem­ ber 2011). A This page intentionally left blank Troubled Geographies This page intentionally left blank ...


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