Nation, Class and Resentment: The Politics of National Identity in England, Scotland and Wales

The Changing Political Landscape of National IdentityNational Identities and Their Material SettingsPopular Sentiments and the NationThe Political Organisation of Popular National SentimentsContemporary Class Relations and the Politics of NationChanging Contours of ClassClass, Voting and Political IdentitiesNationalism, Political Parties and ClassNeo-nationalism and Populist Politics in EuropeSubstate Nationalism and Nationalist PartiesNationalism 'Within' Political Parties; and at Sub-state LevelsOrganisation of the BookJune 2016: The UK Referendum on Membership of the European UnionResentment, Classes and National SentimentsSocial Sites of ResentmentCognitive Aspects of Resentment and Action vs. InactionClasses and ResentmentStructures of Feeling: Resentment, Class and NationResentment Illustrated: Entitlement, Fairness, Civility, Community and the Lack of a VoiceThe Middle ClassesChanges in Material Conditions of Working and Middle ClassesFinancialisation: Consequences for Working PeopleChanges in Capitalism, Class Experience, Loss and UncertaintyNation and Resentment: What Our Respondents Said About Their Lives, the Places They Lived and 'the Country'Industry, Empire and Views of the NationSummary of Resentment, Classes and National SentimentsClass and Majority English IdentitiesClass, Imperialism and English NationalismFrom Class to a White Racial IdentityEnglishness, Whiteness and the Ethnic MajorityLiberal Sentiments and Popular Englishness: Continuity and ChangePopular Sentiments and EnglishnessShame, Embarrassment and National DeclineClass Associations of EnglishnessEgalitarian and Liberal Sentiments and English IdentityCelebrating EnglishnessNot Allowed to Be English?ConclusionThe Politics of English Identity and NationalismBritain and England: Imperial, Civic and CulturalEngland and BritainMuted EnglishnessDiminished BritainPolitical Parties, Public Trust and 'the Nation'Measures of Political TrustConstitution and the NationBritish and Substate National IdentitiesEnglish National Identity—Roaring, Barking or Still Snoozing?The Case for EnglishnessEnglish Identity, Nationalism and the Political PartiesConservative Party and NationRight-Wing and Populist Parties and the Decline of LabourThe British National PartyThe United Kingdom Independence PartyUKIP, Its Appeal and SupportGeneral Election of 2015Scotland—And England; the Election CampaignSome Aspects of General Election 2015: ResultsMarginal Seats: UKIP and LabourSocial Class and Age: Tories Win the Better-Off and Older VotersConclusion: Class Nation and PoliticsThe Nationalist Alternative: Nation and Class in ScotlandScottish Nationhood Without Nationalism?The Rise of the SNP and Political NationalismClass, Economic Change and the SNPPolitical Devolution and Scottish NationalismThe 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum: From Party to Civil SocietyNational Identity and Support for IndependenceClass, Age and Support for IndependenceClass, SNP and the 2015 General ElectionConclusionWales, Nationalism and the Politics of ResentmentEnglish Integration and the Cultural Division of LabourNonconformism and Nineteenth Century Welsh NationalismThe Demarcation of Wales: Rural and Industrial, Welsh and BritishPost-war Economic Change and the Beginning of Labour DeclineThe Rise of Nationalist PoliticsPolitical Change and National Identity After ThatcherWelsh Devolution and Party Political ChangePolitical Parties and Civic WelshnessWelsh Results in 2015 General ElectionNational Identities in Wales Since Devolution: The Persistence of BritishnessTaken-for-Granted Britishness: Some Qualitative EvidenceSome Further Survey Evidence on National Identities, Class and PoliticsConclusionBibliography
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