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    Burnett, John 2001. The highlands and Islands of Scotland as a ‘cultural museum’, 1900–2000: A century of migration. Immigrants & Minorities, Vol. 20, Issue. 1, p. 35.


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Getting Out and Getting On: Scottish Highland Migration in the First Half of the Twentieth Century1

  • Catherine Maclean (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0956793300002119
  • Published online: 31 October 2008
Abstract

This paper draws on data collected for the author's doctoral thesis (Maclean, 1997), which examined migration and social change in remote rural areas. The research took place mainly in 1995–6, and consisted of tape-recorded interviews and 18 months' ethnographic fieldwork in a parish in the Scottish Highlands, and the use of data including the Census Small Area Statistics and Register of Sasines. Although informed by the research as a whole, the central focus of this paper is data drawn from twenty interviews with members of fifteen families, most of whom were born in the first three decades of the twentieth century. A further ten people provided supplementary data in interviews in which family migration patterns were not the main focus (see table 1 for details). Places and people involved in the research have been given pseudonyms to protect anonymity, privacy and confidentiality, in accordance with the British Sociological Association's Ethical Guidelines.

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