Ambivalent self-understanding? change, language and boundaries in the Shetland Islands (1970 - present) by Atina Nihtinen

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Published by Åbo Akademi University Press in Åbo .

Written in English

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  • Languages,
  • History

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StatementAtina Nihtinen
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LC ClassificationsDA880.S5 N55 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination348 pages ;
Number of Pages348
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Open LibraryOL25339110M
ISBN 109789517656085, 9789517656092
LC Control Number2011513574

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Ambivalent Self-Understanding. Change, Language and Boundaries in the Shetland Islands (–Present) Atina Nihtinen:Ambivalent Self-Understanding. The Shetland Islands in the far north of Britain are today often described as distinctive in their linguistic and cultural heritage.

During the last forty years Shetlanders’ self-understanding. Divided into eight chapters with conclusions to follow, Ambivalent Self-Understanding takes the reader though forty years of Shetland life, which includes in-depth discussions on Scottish nationalism, the emergence of Shetlanders' self-understanding in relation to Scottishness, Shetlanders' desire for constitutional change and an examination of.

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