By Stephen D. Reicher,Nick Hopkins
`Here is an extraordinary e-book, a really priceless piece of labor at the psychology of nationalism. Stephen Reicher and Nick Hopkins, of St Andrews and Dundee Universities, concentration a lot in their research of modern Scottish adventure, drawing on inter-views with political activists. the forged gentle on why our `Unionists' and nationalists think so convinced their facet represents our nationwide id and the opposite lot does not. For as soon as it's a praise to assert a publication increases extra questions than it solutions. Stephen Reicher and Nick Hopkins open up huge questions nearer inspection' - Glasgow Herald
`In this amazing e-book Stephen Reicher and Nick Hopkins draw from a wealth of study to deal with problems with nationality, nationwide identification and nationalism that lie on the middle of center issues in social psychology and its cognate disciplines. they've got produced a robust and scholarly textual content that interweaves an abundance of wealthy empirical facts with a broad-reaching and well timed theoretical assertion. furthermore, the content material isn't constrained to concerns of nationwide identification but additionally extends to remedies of stereotyping, prejudice, intergroup clash, management, collective motion, and the self .... For a majority of these purposes, the ebook may still serve crucial and compelling studying for a really large viewers' - S Alexander Haslam, Australian nationwide University
`Stephen Reicher and Nick Hopkins write with splendor and readability, drawing the reader into their argument, with no wasting any of its complexity and nuance. This booklet merits to make a huge influence in reports of nationalism. It should turn into a classic…. i am relatively stunned - it is rather amazing' - David McCrone, Edinburgh University
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