|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Orangeism in Scotland: Unionism, politics, identity, and football|
|Keywords:||Protestantism Scotland History|
Orangemen Scotland History
Scotland Emigration and immigration History
Ireland Emigration and immigration History
Scotland Relations Ireland
Ireland Relations Scotland.
|Citation:||Bradley J (2004) Orangeism in Scotland: Unionism, politics, identity, and football. Eire Ireland, 39 (1&2), pp. 237-261. https://doi.org/10.1353/eir.2004.0001|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: For almost two hundred years the Orange Institution has been a feature of the religious, social, and cultural life of West Central Scotland. Although a matter of some contention, the Order has developed a powerful political meaning in Scotland, affecting the political allegiances and identities of a wide variety of constituencies. Despite an Irish birth, the Orange Institution has at its core a uniquely Ulster-Scottish perception of both its own constitution and its function to British identity.|
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