Understanding Scotland

Author: David McCrone
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134529597
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Understanding. Scotland's. development. As a sociological oddity, a nation
without an independent state, Scotland presents problems for sociologists and
historians who would explain its econ- omic and social development.
Nevertheless, the case of Scotland has attracted much interest from those who
see it as an exemplar of certain general models of change, and as a result a
number of key debates have been generated around the issue of development
and social change in ...

Understanding Political Participation

Author: Lynn G. Bennie
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138258181
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Developing a framework of analysis which enables a detailed empirical investigation of Scottish Green Party membership, this is a detailed assessment of why people become members of a green party.

Understanding National Identity

Author: David McCrone
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107100380
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Investigates the concept of 'national identity' based on twenty years of empirical evidence.

The Strange Death Of Labour Scotland

Author: Gerry Hassan
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748655573
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Constitutional Crisis', in A. Brown and R. Parry (eds), The Scottish Government
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1992), 'The Disaster That Never Was: The Failure of Scottish Opposition after the
1992 Election', Scottish Affairs 1. Major, (1999), John ... and Politics, Polygon.
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Nation, Routledge.

Understanding Processes Of Ethnic Concentration And Dispersal

Author: Jennifer Leigh McGarrigle
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9053566716
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5 Through the national lens to the city: The housing position and experiences of
South Asians in Scotland and Glasgow Introduction People of South Asian origin
have lived in Scotland since the late nineteenth century. Despite this, their
settlement is commonly regarded as a more recent phenomenon as the
population was small until after the Second World War. There has been a focus
for many years in England and in the US on the experiences of minority ethnic
groups in various ...

Understanding The Ypres Salient

Author: Thomas Scotland
Publisher: Helion
ISBN: 9781911512509
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This work aims to provide the reader with a clear understanding of what happened in Ypres Salient between 1914 and 1918.

Gender In Scottish History

Author: Lynn Abrams
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Size: 44.64 MB
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This book offers gendered perspectives on the main themes in Scottish history since 1700.

Understanding Scottish Graveyards

Author: Betty Willsher
Publisher: Natl Museums of Scotland
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Graveyard epitaphs that capsulate the life and death of ordinary and extraordinary people and of curiosities of times past are of endless interest - the topics in this engaging book range from the standing stones and cairns of the Neolithic ...

From Tartan To Tartanry Scottish Culture History And Myth

Author: Ian Brown
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748664653
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McArthur (ed.), Scotch Reels (London: British Film Institute, 1982). McArthur,
Colin, Brigadoon, Braveheart and the Scots: Distortions of Scotland in Hollywood
Cinema (London: I. B. Tauris, 2003). McClintock, Henry Foster et al., Old Irish and
Highland Dress, 2nd edn (Dundalk: Dundalgan Press, 1950). McCrone, David,
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Routledge, 1992).