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Politics and Society in Scotland (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 307
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Paperback - 9780333747087

18 June 1998

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Ebook - 9781349149605

11 November 1998

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Substantially revised and rewritten in the light of the 1997 General Election and Devolution referendum, the 2nd edition of this widely-used text provides an up-to-date assessment of Scottish politics under Blair and the...

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Substantially revised and rewritten in the light of the 1997 General Election and Devolution referendum, the 2nd edition of this widely-used text provides an up-to-date assessment of Scottish politics under Blair and the likely impact of the new Scottish Parliament. The book focuses in particular on Scotland's constitutional position within the UK; its system of policy making; the nature of the Scottish economy; and the changing patterns of party electoral and grass roots politics. An important feature is its focus throughout on the relationship between culture, identity and ethnicity and that between politics and civil society as it has developed since the Act of Union in 1707.

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  • Provides an up to date analysis of Scottish politics
  • Substantially revised new edition takes account of the outcomes of the 1997 general election and the 1997 referendum on a Scottish parliament

Scottish Politics, 1907-1997
Politics, State and Society
Politics and the Scottish Constitution
The Scottish Economy
Party Politics in Scotland
Electoral Change and Political Attitudes
Women and Scottish Politics
Ethnicity, Culture and Identity
The Scottish Question and the Future of Politics.

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ALICE BROWN is Professor of Politics, University of Edinburgh. She has published widely on Scottish politics and on women in politics and society.

DAVID MCCRONE is Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh, and convenor of the Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland. He has published extensively on the sociology, culture and politics of Scotland.

LINDSAY PATERSON is Professor of Educational Policy, Moray House Institute of Education, Heriot-Watt University. He has written widely on Scottish politics and on the sociology of education.

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ALICE BROWN is Professor of Politics, University of Edinburgh. She has published widely on Scottish politics and on women in politics and society.

DAVID MCCRONE is Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh, and convenor of the Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland. He has published extensively on the sociology, culture and politics of Scotland.

LINDSAY PATERSON is Professor of Educational Policy, Moray House Institute of Education, Heriot-Watt University. He has written widely on Scottish politics and on the sociology of education.

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