Monday, August 15, 2005

I Didn't Think They Had TV in Cork Anyway.

An article by Ann Ryan in The Corkman:

BINGE DRINKING, paedophilia, drugs and domestic violence were all rampant in Irish society a hundred years ago, putting paid to the myth that these social ills became manifest following influences such as TV, teen culture and a more liberal society - a noted local historian, who is just about to launch a book on the subject, told the Corkman this week.

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