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Meitheal: a study of co-operative labour in rural Ireland
Meitheal: a study of co-operative labour in rural Ireland. Scríbhinní Béaloidis, Folklore Studies 7) Anne O'Dowd. The book is published by Comhairle Bhéaloideas Éireann/ The Folklore of Ireland Council as part of the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Irish Folklore Commission. Críostóir Mac Cárthaigh, . is Collector/Archivist with the National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin. In this instance, the collector adopted a different approach.
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Co-operation in agricultural work is an old practice in Ireland. Sporadic references to it are found in written sources from the Brehon Laws onward, and official reports and other documents of the 19th century have many references to people helping each other with their work on the land. Very little, however, is in print about its social and economic importance to the rural dwellers themselves. This gap in our knowledge of a most interesting feature of Irish life is filled by material directly derived from folk tradition.
O'Dowd, Anne, Meitheal. A Study of Co-operative Labour in Rural Ireland (Dublin, 1981). commissioners of inquiry into the working of the landlord and tenant (Ireland) Act, 1870, and the acts amending the same (Bessborough Commission), . 1881, xviii, 17407–10, pp. 560 and 578. 23. IFC MS 669:40–1. 24. IFC MS 1201:504–31. 25. Shiel, Michael, The Quiet Revolution (Dublin, 1984). 26. Dutton, Hely, Statistical survey of the County of Clare (Dublin, 1808), pp. 76–7; IFC Ms 1146:570–1.
In rural Ireland there is a long tradition of cooperation and voluntary effort evidenced by the important role of agricultural cooperatives, voluntary organisations, and community organisations in rural life. However, in some areas of service delivery, until recent decades, often unmet needs were not addressed, or there was an assumption that the community would provide such services informally
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National Folklore Collection, Dublin · Folklore. Seasonal migratory labour is a feature of many rural societies. As a working definition it is a voluntary leaving of the family home for a certain period. As a working definition it is a voluntary leaving of the family home for a certain period View. National Folklore Collection, Dublin.
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