Die Debatte über nationale Identität in Großbritannien, 1967 bis 2008
[The Debate about National Identity in Great Britain, 1967–2008]
Aims and Scope
In the 1990s and 2000s, Great Britain discussed the definition of its national identity, that is, Britishness. Almuth Ebke examines the debate as part of an ongoing negotiation process that goes back to the 1960s. The discussion about questions of national and societal affiliation focused attention on the economic, political, and demographic changes that had placed the previous social order in question.
- Approx. 416 pages
- DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
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