English Identity and Ethnic Diversity in the Context of UK Constitutional Change

@article{Condor2006EnglishIA,
  title={English Identity and Ethnic Diversity in the Context of UK Constitutional Change},
  author={S. Condor and S. Gibson and J. Abell},
  journal={Ethnicities},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={123 - 158}
}
  • S. Condor, S. Gibson, J. Abell
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Ethnicities
  • At the time of the devolution settlement in the UK, there was widespread concern that the establishment of the Scottish Parliament and National Assembly for Wales would prompt a rise in English identity at the expense of British identity and, in turn, threaten polyethnic constructions of citizenship. Such presumptions typically rested on reified understandings of the category labels British and English, and conflated the construct of national identity with the constructs of territorial… CONTINUE READING

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