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Title: A Cause Still Unwon: the Struggle to Represent Scotland
Author(s): Blain, Neil
Burnett, Kathryn
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Editor(s): Blain, Neil
Hutchison, David
Citation: Blain N & Burnett K (2008) A Cause Still Unwon: the Struggle to Represent Scotland. In: Blain N & Hutchison D (eds.) The Media in Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 3-19.
Keywords: scottish culture
scottish media
Scottish cultural politics
Mass media Scotland.
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: From first paragraph: All that’s best in Britain An edition of Lilliput magazine2 from precisely the middle of the twentieth century carries an advertisement for the Standard Vanguard saloon. It is part of a series of advertisements featuring 'All that's best in Britain' and features a half-page, low-angle, upper-body colour shot of a piper in semi-profile, in full Highland military dress with bearskin hat and a white cockade; whose bagpipes fill most of the frame. Lit strongly to the face, he is framed against a background of blue sky.
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