PAPER ONE IN THE 10 PART BAIRD SERIES

Determinants of Independence 1. Culture Historically the Scots have suffered more than most from a heavy dose of British Anglophone cultural imperialism, also known as cultural colonialism. Cultural imperialism involves an unequal relationship which favours the more powerful, in this case Anglophone,‘civilisation’ and its culture. In any colonialism project the main divide between the ruling hierarchy and the native is inevitably cultural and linguistic, language forming the basis of culture. Where powerContinue reading “PAPER ONE IN THE 10 PART BAIRD SERIES”