Scotland s Foreshore

Scottish Life and Society: A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology. Vol. 13: The Law
(Edinburgh, 2012). MacAskill, J., 'The Highland kelp proprietors and their struggle
over the salt and barilla duties, 1817–1831', Journal of Scottish Historical ...

Author: John MacAskill

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9781474436939

Category: History

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Lairds

Scottish Perspectives on Upland Management Jayne (University of the Highlands
and Islands) Glass. Low, N. (2002). ... Scottish Life and Society: A compendium of
Scottish Ethnography: Volume 13. Institutions of Scotland – The Law.

Author: Jayne (University of the Highlands and Islands) Glass

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9780748685882

Category: Nature

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A wide-ranging study of how different landownership models deliver sustainability in Scotland's upland areas Scotland is at the heart of modern, sustainable upland management. Large estates cover vast areas of the uplands, with a long, complex and emotive history of ownership and use. In recent decades, the Scottish uplands have increasingly been the arena for passionate debates over large-scale land management issues. Crucially, what kinds of ownership and management will best deliver sustainable futures for upland environments and communities? Although the globally unique dominance of private ownership remains a distinctive characteristic of Scotland's uplands, increasing numbers of estates are now owned by environmental NGOs and local communities, especially since the Land Reform (Scotland) Act of 2003. A decade after the passage of this landmark Act, this book synthesises research carried out on a diverse range of upland estates by the Centre for Mountain Studies at Perth College, University of the Highlands and Islands. The findings from privately-owned estates as well as those owned by communities, charities and conservation groups will prove enlightening and relevant to upland managers, policy makers, and researchers across Britain and Europe. With the Scottish Government promoting a vision of environmental sustainability, and with the new diversity of ownerships and management now appearing, this timely and topical book investigates the implications of these different types of land ownership for sustainable upland management. Key Features: Presents major new thinking on upland estate management First dedicated textbook on upland estate management Respected and experienced academic editorial team An academic synthesis of theory and practical case-studies

Modernizing Legal Education

Scottish Life and Society (A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology): The Law (
Volume 13) (Birlinn Press & The European Ethnological Research Centre 2011);
Paul Maharg, 'Shared Space: Regulation, Technology and Legal Education in a ...

Author: Catrina Denvir

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108475754

Category: Computers

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Discusses the skills required by future lawyers, and explores innovative and technology-driven approaches to modernising legal education.

Scotland and Tourism

'John Gulland's Diary 1846–49: a transcript and commentary', Book of the Old
Edinburgh Club, Vol. ... Scottish Life and Society, Volume 8: Transport and
Communications, (Edinburgh, 2009) Byrne, Lorna, 'Archives of the West
Highland ...

Author: Alastair J. Durie

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317520696

Category: Business & Economics

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Tourism has long been important to Scotland. It has become all the more significant as the financial sector has faltered and other mainstays are in apparent long-term decline. Yet there is no assessment of this industry and its place over the long run, no one account of what it has meant to previous generations and continues to mean to the present one, of what led to growth or what indeed has led people of late to look elsewhere. This book brings together work from many periods and perspectives. It draws on a wide range of source material, academic and non-academic, from local studies and general analyses, visitors’ accounts, hotel records, newspaper and journal commentaries, photographs and even cartoons. It reviews arguments over the cultural and economic impact of tourism, and retrieves the experience of the visited, of the host communities as well as the visitors. It questions some of the orthodoxies – that Scott made Scott-land, or that it was charter air flights that pulled the rug from under the mass market – and sheds light on what in the Scottish package appealed, and what did not, and to whom; how provision changed, or failed to change; and what marketing strategies may have achieved. It charts changes in accommodation, from inn to hotel, holiday camp, caravanning and timeshare. The role of transport is a central feature: that of the steamship and the railway in opening up Scotland, and later of motor transport in reshaping patterns of holidaymaking. Throughout there is an emphasis on the comparative: asking what was distinctive about the forms and nature of tourism in Scotland as against competing destinations elsewhere in the UK and Europe. It concludes by reflecting on whether Scotland's past can inform the making and shaping of tourism policy and what cautions history might offer for the future. This prolific long-term analysis of tourism in Scotland is a must-read for all those interested in tourism history.

The Schooling of Working Class Girls in Victorian Scotland

103 McCaffrey, 'Roman Catholics in Scotland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth
Centuries', p. 276. ... 112 Callum G. Brown, 'The Sunday-School Movement in
Scotland, 1780-1914', Scottish Church History Society Records, 1981-83, vol. ...
Scottish Life and Society, p. ... 13. 3 See the editorial introduction to The
Statistical Account of Scotland (1983 edn), vol. 1, pp. xl-xli. The exception
according to Bruce ...

Author: Jane McDermid

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135783389

Category: Education

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The portrayal of Scotland as a particularly patriarchal society has traditionally had the effect of marginalizing Scottish women, both teachers and students, in both Scottish and British history. The Schooling of Working-Class Girls in Victorian Scotland examines and challenges this assumption and analyzes in detail the course of events which has led to a more enlightened system. Education was, and is, seen as integral to Scottish distinctiveness, but the Victorian period saw anxious debate about the impact of outside influences at a time when Scottish society seemed to be fracturing. This book examines the gender-blindness of the educational tradition, with its notion of the 'democratic intellect', testing the claim of superiority for the Scottish system, and questioning the assumption that Scottish women were either passive victims or willing dupes of a peculiarly patriarchal ideal. Considering the influences of the related ideologies of patriarchy and domesticity, and the crucial importance of the local and regional economic context, in focusing on female education, this book provides a much wider comparative study of Scottish society during a period of tremendous upheaval and a perceived crisis in national identity, in which women, as well as men, participated.

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society ,
Nobember , 1884. ... D.D. Oxon . , to the Episcopate of Connecticut , by the
Bishops of the Catholic Remainder of the Church in Scotland at ... Volume XIII .
Compiled and edited by Isaac W. Hammond . Concord , N. H .: Parsons B.
Coggswell , State Printer . 1884. ... Annual Report of the Operations of the U. S.
Life - Saving Service .

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Scottish Life and Society Institutions of Scotland education

Foreword Scottish Life and Society : Compendium of Scottish Ethnology is a
major project of the European Ethnological Research Centre . It is planned in 13
volumes , several of which are well advanced . Their overall aim is to examine
the ...

Author: European Ethnological Research Centre

Publisher: John Donald

ISBN: UOM:39015050490757

Category: History

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This major project comprises fourteen thematically arranged volumes. The aim of the Compendium is to examine the interlocking strands of history and traditional culture that go into the making of a national identity, in an up-to-date synthesis of the current state of knowledge. By bringing together information from a variety of sources, the Compendium not only provides a digest of topics, but also points towards areas for new investigation. The Compendium concentrates upon the present and the historical period and does not generally deal with prehistory, although for certain themes, such as the development of agriculture and buildings, early evidence is taken into account. Where appropriate, reference is made to foreign parallels and to the influence on Scotland of the cultures of neighbouring peoples. Scottish influence on the world at large is also taken into account, whether in relation to urban or rural, maritime or land-based topics. Material and non-material aspects of history and tradition are considered equally, at all levels of society, indeed oftentimes focusing on the interaction between people of differing social strata

Scottish Life and Society

The editor was a male , Andrew Stewart , who had already published a Scottish
Cookery Book , the cover of which he ... and for snacks ( the 1990 edition listed
13 , the 1991 edition , 21 , so suggesting that the use of snacks - also at parties ...

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Category: Scotland

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Memoirs of the Life of Sir John Clerk of Penicuik

... 1676-1755 Sir John Clerk John Miller Gray. Dr 8029.50.13 HARVARD
COLLEGE LIBRARY IVEIRI STASI FROM THE FUND OF CHARLES MINOT
CLASS OF 1828 |主 PUBLICATIONS OF THE SCOTTISH HISTORY SOCIETY
VOLUME XIII.

Author: Sir John Clerk

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Category: Finance

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The Spectator

... of the London Society tions of Scottish life are drawn with a very graphic pen . "
of Painters in Water Colours . -John Bull . of Professor WILSON , " The Channel
Islands ' is an excellent book of its Hurst and BLACKETT , 13 Great Marlborough
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Scottish Life and Society Scotland s buildings

Haddington TCM , NAS , B30 / 13 / 18 , 14 December 1774 ; 1 November 1788 ;
3 December 1788 . 27 . Musselburgh TCM ... Aberdeen Council Register ,
Volume 61 , Aberdeen City Archives , f 479 , 20 September 1750 . 36 . ibid , f 510
, 15 ...

Author: Geoffrey Stell

Publisher: John Donald

ISBN: UOM:39015052987834

Category: Architecture

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In recent times there has been a substantial flow of Scottish books on architectural themes. 'Scotland's Buildings' goes further than these. The concept of buildings is taken to include structures built for any functional purpose. The perspective of the volume is thus very wide, which gives it a unique quality.

Scottish Life and Society Bibliography for Scottish ethnology

Author: Alexander Fenton

Publisher: John Donald

ISBN: UOM:39015060543462

Category: History

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Covering every aspect of human life in Scotland, this list of ethnological papers makes a substantial contribution to ethnological scholarship, particularly in national identity. In addition to papers, aids to ethnological research are included and are classified as such under subject headings.

Saturday Review

WARBURTON . Olmsted's Journey in the Back Country . Watson's Life of George
Fox . illustrated . Forming Vol . XIII . of HURST ... Miscellanie , by Charles
Kingsley . , Wharton's Witn and Beans of Society . ... Illustrated in a Series of |
REMINISCENCES OF SCOTTISH LIFE AND THE WORKS OF ISAAC BARROW ,
compared ...

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The Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science Art and Finance

Olmsted's Journey in the Back Country . Watson's Life of George Fo illustrated .
Forming Vol . XIII . of HURST AND ... IN THE REGIONS OF THE AMOOR ,
Miscellanies , by Charles Kingsley , Wharton's Wits and Beaux of Society . ...
Illustrated in a Series of REMINISCENCES OF SCOTTISH LIFE AND
CHARACTER . By E. B. ...

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Scottish Life and Society The Individual and Community Life

Department of Health , 1999a , 12 – 13 ; Department of Health , 2001a ,
Executive summary , standard 3 , p . 10 ; Department of Health ... Research
Volume 2 . ... 86 . Department of Health , 2001d , annex A 170 • SCOTTISH LIFE
AND SOCIETY.

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Scottish Life and Society The food of the Scots

The editor was a male , Andrew Stewart , who had already published a Scottish
Cookery Book , the cover of which he ... and for snacks ( the 1990 edition listed
13 , the 1991 edition , 21 , so suggesting that the use of snacks - also at parties ...

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Transactions of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

LIST OF COMMUNICATIONS READ AT THE MEETINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF
THE ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND ( 1 ) . ... Communicated by the Earl of
Buchan to Dr Kippis , for his Life of Crichton , in the Biographia Britannica . Feb.
13. Account of the ... ( 1 ) References are made to the Volume of the Transactions
of the Society , where such of these Papers or Discourses have been Printed .
VOL . III .

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Vol. 1 includes history, by-laws and membership of the society.

The Bookseller

Bell and Sons . 1 ! Thomson ( Rev. Andrew ) Home Life in Ancient Palestine .
Hardwicke's Science Gossip . Vol . 13. Roy . 8vo . ... 8vo , sd . Cassell .......... I /
The Narrative of Christian Effort in Great Exhibitions . London Society . Vol . 32.
8vo . Low ..... 10/6 With an ... Roy . 8vo . Paterson's Scottish Almanac for 1878 ,
12mo .

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