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Donoghue, Freda (1998) DEFINING THE NONPROFIT SECTOR: IRELAND. Working Paper. John Hopkins, Baltimore, Maryland. (Submitted)

Donoghue, Freda (2000) Philanthropy or Advertising? Corporate Giving to the Non-Profit Sector in Ireland. National College of Ireland, Policy Research Centre, Dublin. ISBN 0-905957164

Donoghue, Freda, Ruddle, Helen and Mulvihill, Ray (2000) Warm Glow in a Cool Climate? Philanthropy in Ireland. In: International Society for Third Sector Research Fourth Biennial Conference, 5th - 8th July 2000, Trinity College Dublin. (Submitted)

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Hansen, Mette (2015) The effect of UNICEF’s brand ambassadors on awareness, attitudes and donation intentions towards UNICEF as a brand among Generation Y. Masters thesis, Dublin, National College of Ireland.

Harvey, Brian (1995) THE NATIONAL LOTTERY - TEN YEARS ON. National College of Ireland, Policy Research Centre, Dublin. ISBN 0905 957 113

Harvey, Brian (1995) A guide to the national lottery for voluntary and community organizations. National College of Ireland, Policy Research Centre, Dublin. ISBN 0905 957 121

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Martin, James Gerard (1993) The Society of St. Vincent de Paul as an emerging social phenomenon in mid-nineteenth century Ireland. Masters thesis, Dublin, National College of Ireland.

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Ruddle, Helen and Mulvihill, Ray (1999) Reaching Out: Donating and Volunteering in the Republic of Ireland. The 1997/98 Survey. National College of Ireland, Policy Research Centre, Dublin. ISBN 0-905957-14 8

Ruddle, Helen and O'Connor, Joyce (1992) Reaching out : charitable giving and volunteering in the Republic of Ireland. National College of Industrial Relations, Dublin. ISBN 0905957040

Ruddle, Helen and Prizeman, Geraldine (2001) Handbook of Planning and Implementation of Community-Based Projects. National College of Ireland, Dublin. ISBN 0905-957172 (Submitted)

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