England awakes? Trends in national identity in England

J.K. Curtice, A. Heath

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Abstract

What does it mean to say you're English, Scottish, British? Does it matter much to people? Has devolution and constitutional change made a difference to national identity? Does the future of the UK depend on whether or not people think they are British? Social and political scientists answer these questions vital to the future of the British state.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationNational Identity, Nationalism and Constitutional Change
EditorsF. Bechhofer, D. McCrone
Place of PublicationBasingstoke
Pages41-63
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2009

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Keywords

  • devolution
  • constitutional change
  • national identity
  • British
  • Scottish
  • English

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Curtice, J. K., & Heath, A. (2009). England awakes? Trends in national identity in England. In F. Bechhofer, & D. McCrone (Eds.), National Identity, Nationalism and Constitutional Change (pp. 41-63). Basingstoke.
Curtice, J.K. ; Heath, A. / England awakes? Trends in national identity in England. National Identity, Nationalism and Constitutional Change. editor / F. Bechhofer ; D. McCrone. Basingstoke, 2009. pp. 41-63
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