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Attitudes to national history and diversity in Great Britain

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posted on 17.07.2014 by Susan Condor
The British sample’s responses to the closed-ended questions in the ACS poll demonstrated widespread pride in national history, but more ambivalent attitudes towards cultural diversity. Responses to the open-ended question revealed differences between the national historical narratives used by people living in Scotland and England. People in England could invoke images of their national past in flexible ways, to support ethnic nationalist lines of argument, or else to construct critical, liberal images of the national present.

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  • Social Sciences

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  • Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies

Published in

Canadian Diversity

Volume

33

Pages

36 - 40 (4)

Citation

CONDOR, S., 2012. Attitudes to national history and diversity in Great Britain. Canadian Issues, Historical Consciousness, 33, pp. 36 - 40.

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© ACS

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Publication date

2012

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Closed access. This article was published in the journal, Canadian Issues [© ACS] and the publisher's website is at: http://www.acs-aec.ca/en/publications/canadian-issues/historical-consciousness/buy-now/

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en

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