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Uneven development and the Scottish Highlands

Mike Geddes

Uneven development and the Scottish Highlands

by Mike Geddes

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Published by University of Sussex in Brighton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(by) Mike Geddes.
SeriesWorking paper -- No.17.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22831161M

  This is the classic book on the ancient customs, crafts and techniques of the Scottish Highlands. The past is evoked with a fascinating blend of historical narrative and detail, with descriptions of the fireplaces and furniture, the creels and cas chroms which were a vital part of everyday life in the Highland communities, but which have now become strange in the modern world of machinery and /5(9). Discovering the Scottish Revolution, [Neil Davidson] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Neil Davidson. Find more information about: --The Consequences of Combined and Uneven Development --The Pivotal Role of Agriculture --The Lowlands --The Highlands --The End of the British Revolution.

Scottish Affairs, founded in , is the leading forum for debate on Scottish current affairs.. Its predecessor was Scottish Government Yearbooks, published by the University of Edinburgh's 'Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland' between and The movement towards the setting up the Scottish Parliament in the s, and then the debate in and around the Parliament since   This bundle includes: Uneven Development - Global Development - Causes of Uneven Development - Aid - EDC Economic Development: Ethiopia Case Study - Patterns of Urbanisation - Rapid Urbanisation - EDC City Case Study: Rio de Janeiro All resources necessary and needed for the lessons are attached.

Delve deeper into Edinburgh’s dark past by going underground to the Real Mary King's Close, an historic site that lies beneath the UNESCO-listed Edinburgh Old Town. By taking a tour of the close, you’ll access areas that are usually off-limits to the public and guarantee your place on the often sold-out tours. society. We suggest that the rise of modern Scottish nationalism is less an assertion of Scotland’s permanence as a nation than a response to Scotland’s uneven development – in particular to the gap between people’s experiences as part of an increasingly demoralised Great Britain and their (oil-fired) expectations at a Scottish level.


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