Scotland-the Brand 1999 Edition ebook
by David McCrone
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ISBN 13: 9780748662593. ISBN 10: 0748662596 ISBN 13: 9780748662593. Publisher: Edinburgh University Press, 2000.
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Understanding Scotland has been recognised since publication as the key text on the sociology of Scotland. It contains new material on: the establishment of the Scottish parliament in 1999 social and political data from the 1997 general elections the new cultural iconography of Scotland Scotland as a European society. Understanding Scotland has been recognised since publication as the key text on the sociology of Scotland.
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Understanding Scotland. Sage Publications Limited. With interdisciplinary coverage of a wide range of core topics - including social inequality, national identit.
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David McCrone has written an expertly-judged and thought-provoking book. He situates Scotland within a sociological imagination that will prove vital for the orientation of a small nation through the turbulence of the twenty-first century. Its predecessor Understanding Scotland virtually invented the sociology of Scotland from scratch more than a quarter of a century ago.
Also by David McCrone UNDERSTANDING SCOTLAND SCOTLAND THE BRAND THE SOCIOLOGY OF NATIONALISM: Tomorrow's Ancestors. Also by Lindsay Paterson THE AUTONOMY OF MODERN SCOTLAND A DIVERSE ASSEMBLY: The Debate on a Scottish Parliament. The Scottish Electorate. The 1997 General Election and Beyond. Professor of Politics University ofEdinburgh. Professor of Sociology University ofEdinburgh.