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Cultural symbols and landowners’ power: the practice of managing Scotland’s natural resource
(Cambridge University Press, 2000-11)
This article deals with the claim that Scottish landowners' power is directly related to their status in law, by arguing that it is, in fact, much more to do with their (inter)relationship with particular cultural symbols ...
Reply to Bechhofer and McCrone
(SAGE Publications, 2007)
Forensic interviews with children in Scotland: a survey of interview practices among police.
(Springer Verlag, 2011-04)
The present study surveyed 91 police interviewers in Scottish police forces about their perceptions of how well they adhered to the Scottish Executive (2003) guidelines. Almost all respondents (97%) received the appropriate ...
Devolution in a 'stateless nation': nation-building and social policy in Scotland
(Blackwell Publishing, 2012-04)
The implications of the 2011 Scottish election and the proposed referendum on Scottish independence for the future of social policy across the devolved UK are profound but far from certain. It is crucial to understand ...
Near and far: banal national identity and the press in Scotland
(SAGE Publications, 2001-05)
Too often study of communicative and cultural processes makes `gratuitous assumptions' about media and collective identities like national identity. This article is a critical engagement with Michael Billig's notion of ...
The sociology of Scottish culture
(Unity Publications, 2003)
Financialisation and proletarianisation: changing class landscapes of neoliberal Scotland
(Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010-03)
Social care, health and welfare in contemporary Scotland
(Kynoch & Blaney, 2006)
Urban 'disorders', 'problem places' and criminal justice in Scotland
(Willan Publishing, 2010)
'We’ve never had it so good’: the ‘problem’ of the working class in devolved Scotland
(SAGE Publications, 2006-08)
Class has become the social condition that dare not it speak its name in the devolved Scotland. This is despite the persistence of marked class divisions and structured inequalities within contemporary Scottish society. ...