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Patterns of Identity: An Empirical Comparison of French and British Conceptions of Nationality

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There are not many empirical comparative works between France and the UK on national identity issues. Empirically (as theoretically), France tends to be compared to Germany (Dumont, Brubaker) while the UK tends to be compared with the US (Conover and alii). Part of the explanation of this lack may be the absence of available data. A new data set has been made available very recently, the 2003 edition of the International Social Survey Program (which is an annual programme of cross-national collaboration on surveys covering topics important for social sciencere search. For a presentation of the results from the former issue on national identity see McCrone and Surridge) dedicated to national identity. This paper is a very first exploration of this dataset (...).
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hal-01052996 , version 1 (10-09-2014)

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Sophie Duchesne, Anthony Heath. Patterns of Identity: An Empirical Comparison of French and British Conceptions of Nationality. National Identity and Euroscepticism, a comparison between France and the United Kingdom, Oxford, European Research Group, Department of politics, May 2005, Oxford, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-01052996⟩
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