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Since there has been a shaky and intermittent cease-fire among the paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland. The Republic is marked by a low-lying fertile central plain surrounded by hills and uncultivated small mountains around the outer rim of the island. However, association football is commonly known as soccer despite this. The Church of Ireland, which has twelve dioceses, is an autonomous church within the worldwide Anglican Communion. The informality of Irish culture, which is one thing that Irish people believe sets them apart from British people, facilitates an open and fluid approach between people in public and private spaces.

Marriages are seldom arranged in modern Ireland. Some critics charge that gender biases continue to be established and reinforced in the nation's major institutions of government, education, and religion. Food and Economy Food in Daily Life. Because of the high precipitation, the climate is consistently humid. Agriculture is no longer the principal economic activity.

In agriculture the main products are meat and dairy, potatoes, sugar beets, barley, wheat, and turnips. The nation that evolved in Ireland was formed over two millennia, the result of diverse forces both internal and external to the island. Social Problems and Control. There is no official state religion, but critics point to the special consideration given to the Catholic Church and its agents since the inception of the state.

Symbols of Social Stratification. Social Stratification Classes and Castes. In Ireland had the fastest growing economy in the European Union.

An annually changing proportion of pasture and arable land is leased out each year, usually for an eleven-month period, in a traditional system known as conacre. As a result, the suburbanization of Dublin is resulting in a number of social, economic, transportation, architectural, and legal problems that Ireland must solve in the near future. Ireland is one of the highest per capita contributors to private international aid in the world.

Marriages are seldom arranged

These farmers, who to survive must rely more on subsistence crops and mixed farming than do their more commercial neighbors, involve all family members in a variety of economic strategies. Certain jobs and professions are still considered by large segments of the population to be gender linked.

County Councils are the principal form of local government, but they have few powers in what is one of the most centralized states in Europe. The British government, however, still retained the right to nominate the government of Ireland without the consent of the Irish parliament. All major international art movements have their Irish representatives, who are often equally inspired by native or traditional motifs. Sports, especially the national ones organized by the Gaelic Athletic Association such as hurling, camogie, and Gaelic football, also serve as central symbols of the nation. The Irish Constitution guarantees freedom of conscience and the free profession and practice of religion.

Folk cultural beliefs also survive, as evidenced in the many holy and healing places, such as the holy wells that dot the landscape. The ruthlessness that the British government displayed in putting down this insurrection led to the wide-scale disenchantment of the Irish people with Britain. All others pay minimal charges at public health facilities.