An Introduction to Scottish Ethnology: A Compendium of by Alexander Fenton PDF

By Alexander Fenton

ISBN-10: 1906566062

ISBN-13: 9781906566067

ISBN-10: 1906566704

ISBN-13: 9781906566708

The ebook of An advent to Scottish Ethnology sees the of completion of the fourteen-volume Scottish existence and Society sequence, initially conceived by means of the eminent ethnologist Professor Alexander Fenton. The sequence explores the numerous components in Scottish historical past, language and tradition that have formed the id of Scotland and Scots at neighborhood, neighborhood and nationwide point, putting those in a world context. all of the 13 volumes already released specializes in a selected subject or establishment inside of Scottish society. This creation presents an summary of the self-discipline of ethnology because it has built in Scotland and extra generally, the assets and techniques for its research, and sensible information at the capacity through which it may be tested inside of its constituent genres, in accordance with the event of these at present operating with ethnological fabrics. conception and perform are awarded in an available model, making it an incredible significant other for the coed, the student and the novice alike.

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