Scottish Centre for Island Studies

Scottish Island Studies@ University of the West of Scotland

SCIS Research and Projects

SCIS colleagues are involved with a number of island communities events, activities, organisations and partners (currently being updated for this site *). Below are Scottish Centre for Island Studies related publications and other outputs including earlier work by colleagues that have informed more recent activity, or been ‘revisited’ in relation to our commitment to the ‘longer view’ of Scotland’s small island communities, cultures, ecologies and economies. These publications listed are representative of work in Scotland and elsewhere that informs our SCIS research, policy and creative practice activity, community and ambitions for new work and new collaboration.

2021

Alexander, R 2021 Young people, out-migration and Scottish Islands – surveying the landscape, in KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 143-168.

Burnett, J & Burnett, KA 2021, ‘Reconstructing the dream: Eilean Donan Castle, cultural tourism histories and a Scottish national imagineering’, European Social Science and History Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 18/03/20 – 21/03/20.

Burnett, KA, Burnett, R & Danson, M (eds) 2021, Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, vol. 13, vol. 13, Peter Lang, Oxford.

Burnett, KA, Burnett, R & Danson, M 2021, Scotland and islandness: explorations in community, economy and culture – introduction, in KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 1-27.

Burnett, KA &  Harling Stalker, L 2021, Scotland’s islands and cultural work: the ‘specialness’ of place, KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Peter Lang, pp. 97-117.

Burnett, R 2021 Little Islands on the Edge of the Ocean, in KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 29-52.

Cheape, H 2021 Cha ghabhadh na b’ fheàrr fhaighinn (‘A better couldn’t be got’). Gaelic perspectives on island cultural heritage in Scotland’s Hebrides, in KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 53-73.

Danson, M 2021, ‘Gàidhlig, Gaeilge, Cymraeg and føroyskt mál: minority languages as economic assets?’ in H Lewis, W McLeod & E Royles (eds), Language Revitalisation and Social Transformation, Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.

Danson, M 2021, Regional and island economies of peripheries and margins: Nordic and Celtic comparisons, in KA Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Peter Lang, pp. 119-141.

Danson, M & Burnett, KA 2021, ‘Current Scottish land reform and reclaiming the Commons: building community resilience’, Progress in Development Studies (in press)

Danson, M & Burnett, KA 2021, Margins of resilience, sustainability and success: island enterprise and entrepreneurship, in KA Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, vol. 13, Peter Lang, pp. 189-214.

Dodd, S, Wilson, J, Karampela M & Danson, M 2021, ‘Crafting growth together’, Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, DOI: 10.1080/08985626.2021.1914741

Danson, M et al. 2021, Just Transition Commission: A National Mission for a fairer, greener Scotland, Report to Scottish Government, Just Transition Commission, https://www.gov.scot/publications/transition-commission-national-mission-fairer-greener-scotland/.

Holm, E (2021) (Heriot Watt University PhD) ‘Language learning and migration: Voices from blue-collar workplaces in the Faroe Islands’ Conference paper presented to The Role of Universities in Addressing Societal Challenges and Fostering Democracy: Inclusion, Migration, and Education for
Citizenship,
Hosted online by the University of Akureyri, Iceland March 25th – 26th, 2021

Jennings, A 2021 ‘Da Norn is lang gien, but hit’s left a waageng,’:  the distinctiveness of Shetland cultural identity,  in KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 75-95.

MacEachen, A 2021 Foreword, in KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. xi-xiv.

MacLeod, C 2021 Community Land Ownership and Sustaining Scotland’s Islands: Lessons from the Western Isles, in KA  Burnett, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 169-187.

Oliver, J 2021 Islandness: Articulating and Emplacing Relationality ,in Burnett, KA, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 239-248

Sindico, F and Crook, N 2021 The Islands (Scotland) Act: Island Proofing through Legislation, in Burnett, KA, R Burnett & M Danson (eds), Scotland and Islandness: Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture. vol. 13, Studies in the History and Culture of Scotland, Peter Lang, pp. 215-238.

Sesana E, Gagnon AS, Ciantelli C, Cassar JA, Hughes JJ. 2021. Climate change impacts on cultural heritage: A literature review Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 12 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

2020

Alexander, R., Holm, A.-E., Hansen, D. and Vahl, K. M. (2020) ‘Career Guidance in Nordic Self Governing Regions – Opportunties and Challenges’, in Haug, E.H., Hooley, T., Kettunen, J. and Thomsen, R. (eds.) Career and Career Guidance in the Nordic Countries: Brill Sense, pp. 65-80.

Danson, M et al. 2020, Just Transition Commission: Advice on a Green Recovery, Report to Scottish Government, Just Transition Commission, https://www.gov.scot/publications/transition-commission-advice-green-recovery/.

Danson, M 2020, ‘Scoping the classic effects of monopolies within patterns of rural land ownership – a discussion paper’, Community Land Scotland,   https://www.communitylandscotland.org.uk/scoping-the-classic-effects-of-monopolies-within-patterns-of-rural-land-ownership-a-discussion-paper-2/.

Danson, M 2020, ‘Community resilience, sustainability and success on the margins and peripheries’, Keynote Opening Address, 25th APDR Conference – Social Innovation Towards Sustainability: Embracing Contemporary Challenges for Regional Development, Faro, Portugal, 28/09/2020 – 02/10/2020.

Danson, M 2020, Keynote Address and Panel, Social Role and Lifestyles in the New Normal, MIT SCALE Network – Latin America Conference, Webinar across Latin America, 01/07/2020.

Sesana E, Gagnon AS, Bonazza A, Hughes JJ. 2020. An integrated approach for assessing the vulnerability of World Heritage Sites to climate change impacts Journal of Cultural Heritage, 41 :211-224 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

2019

Burnett, KA & Burnett, R 2019, ‘“Whichever way I look I see a clouded horizon”: Compton Mackenzie’, MeCCSA Annual Conference 2019, Stirling, United Kingdom, 9/01/19 – 11/01/19.

Burnett, K, Danson, M & Whittam, G 2019, ‘Iomall: sustainability and small enterprises in Scotland’s remote rural ‘margins’’, Paper presented at 17th Rural Entrepreneurship Conference, Inverness, United Kingdom, 17/06/19 – 19/06/19.

Holm, A.-E., O’Rourke, B. and Danson, M. (2019) ‘“Employers could use us, but they don’t”: voices from blue-collar workplaces in a northern periphery’, Language Policy, pp. 1-28.

Sesana E, Bertolin C, Loli A, Gagnon AS, Hughes J, Leissner J. 2019. Increasing the Resilience of Cultural Heritage to Climate Change Through the Application of a Learning Strategy 961 :402-423 9783030129569 DOI Author Url Public Url

2018

Burnett, KA & Harling Stalker L 2018, ‘“Shut up for five years”: locating narratives of cultural workers in Scotland’s islands’, Sociologia Ruralis, vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 239-257. https://doi.org/10.1111/soru.12137

Sesana E, Gagnon AS, Bertolin C, Hughes J. 2018. Adapting cultural heritage to climate change risks: Perspectives of cultural heritage experts in europe Geosciences (Switzerland), 8 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

2017

Burnett, KA 2017, ‘Crofting, craft and the place-making praxis of a Hebridean island design enterprise’, Relate North 2017 Art and Design for Education and Sustainability, Rovaniemi, Finland, 9/11/17 – 13/11/17.

Burnett, KA 2017, Place apart: Scotland’s north as a cultural industry of margins. in T Jokela & G Coutts (eds), Relate North: Culture, Community and Communication. Lapland University Press, Rovaniemi, pp. 60-83. <http://lauda.ulapland.fi/handle/10024/62840&gt;

Burnett, KA & Danson, M 2017, ‘Enterprise and entrepreneurship on islands and remote rural environments’, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 25-35. https://doi.org/10.1177/1465750316686237

Danson, M 2017 What other communities can learn from this islander buy-out in Scotland’s Hebrides, The Conversation 7th April 2017 https://theconversation.com/what-other-communities-can-learn-from-this-islander-buy-out-in-scotlands-hebrides-75896

Fazey, I, Moug, P, Allen, S, Beckmann, K, Blackwood, D, Bonaventura, M, Burnett, K, Danson, M, Falconer, R, Gagnon, A, Harkness, R, Hodgson, A, Holm, L, Irvine, KN, Low, R, Lyon, C, Moss, A, Moran, C, Naylor, L, O’Brien, K, Russell, S, Skerratt, S, Williams, J & Wolstenholme, R 2017, ‘Transformation in a changing climate: a research agenda’, Climate and Developmenthttps://doi.org/10.1080/17565529.2017.1301864

2016

Burnett, KA & Danson, M 2016, ‘Sustainability in Scotland’s remote rural ‘margins’: an overview’ Fare Choice, vol. October 2016, no. 73, pp. 8-9. <https://www.communityfoodandhealth.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Farechoice-73.pdf&gt

Burnett, KA & Danson, M 2016, ‘Sustainability and small enterprises in Scotland’s remote rural ‘margins’’, Local Economy, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 539-553. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094216655518

Danson, M & Burnett, KA 2016, ‘Current Scottish land reform and reclaiming the commons: building community resilience’, Ploughing up the Landed Commons, Leuven, Belgium, 20/01/16.

Danson, M and Burnett, KA 2016, Landed commons/Terras comuns: current Scottish land reform and reclaiming the commons. in MR Mendonça & A Rodrigues de Oliveira (eds), Annals of the IV Workshop Production and Appropriation of New Energy Sources: Effects, Conflicts and Alternatives Goiânia: Goiás Federal University.. Goiás Federal University, Goiânia, Brazil, pp. 209-211.

Harling Stalker, L & Burnett, KA 2016, ‘Good work? Scottish cultural workers’ narratives about working and living on islands’, Island Studies Journal, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 193-208. <http://www.islandstudies.ca/sites/islandstudies.ca/files/ISJ-11-1-L-Stalker-Burnett.pdf&gt;

2015

Burnett, KA 2015, ‘Island spaces: selling nature, sustaining culture? cultural economies and the mediated narratives of remote rural Scotland enterprise’, EcoCultures: Glasgow’s Festival for Environmental Policy, Research and Practice, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 17/10/15 – 17/10/15.

Burnett, R 2015. ‘Viva la Gillie More: Hamish Henderson, Gramsci and Subaltern Scotland’ in E. Bort (ed), Anent Hamish Henderson, Grace Note Publications

Danson, M  2015 Empowered Community-Led Inclusion – Community Resilience, Report to Strengthening Communities Directorate, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Inverness.

Gagnon A, Bruno Soares M, Doherty RM. 2015. Conceptual elements of climate change vulnerability assessments: a review New Perspectives in Climate Change :37-70 Emerald Publishing Limited. Bingley, UK 9781785608797 Publisher Url

Harling Stalker, LH & Burnett, KA 2015, ‘Good work? Scottish cultural workers’ narratives about working and living on islands.’, Réseau d’Excellence des Territoires Insulaires (RETI) conference, Kirkwall, United Kingdom, 23/06/15 – 27/06/15.

2014

Burnett, KA 2014, ‘Offshore Nation: screen culture, islands and our alterity discourses’, BECOMING SCOTLAND: SCREEN CULTURES IN A SMALL NATION, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 25/08/14 – 28/08/14.

Burnett, KA 2014, ‘Televising island spaces: re-reading the rural from a far off shore?’, Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association Annual Conference 2014, Bournemouth, United Kingdom, 8/01/14 – 10/01/14.

Burnett, KA 2014, ‘“Every force evolves a form”: the mediatization of Scotland’s bardic tradition with reference to Sorley Maclean and Hamish Henderson’, Singing Storytellers: The Lives, Music and Verbal Artistry of Bards in our World, Sydney, Canada, 9/10/14 – 12/10/14.

Burnett, R 2014, ‘This Land is your land, this land is my land’Bella Caledonia, 2nd August, 2014  

Danson, M 2014 ‘Periphery and marginality: definitions, theories, methods and practice’, Chapter 1: introduction in Danson, M and de Souza, P (eds.) (2014) Regional Development in Northern Europe Peripherality, Marginality and Border Issues, London: Routledge.

Danson, M 2014 ‘Concluding and looking at the border’, Chapter 16: conclusion in Danson, M and de Souza, P (eds.) (2014) Regional Development in Northern Europe Peripherality, Marginality and Border Issues, London: Routledge.

Danson, M and Burnett, KA 2014, ‘Remote entrepreneurs: where nowhere is somewhere’, Paper presented at International Small Business and Enterprise Conference 2014, Manchester, United Kingdom, 4/11/14 – 6/11/14. Winner Best Paper: Rural Enterprise

Danson, M & Burnett, K 2014, ‘Islands and Enterprise’, Island Enterprise Conference, United Kingdom, 9/11/14 – 10/12/19.

Danson, M & Burnett, KA 2014, Enterprise and Entrepreneurship on Islands. in C Henry & G McElwee (eds), Exploring Rural Enterprise: New Perspectives on Research, Policy & Practice. Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research, vol. 4, Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 151-174. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2040-724620140000004007

Danson, M and de Souza, P (eds.) (2014) Regional Development in Northern Europe Peripherality, Marginality and Border Issues, London: Routledge.

Gray SRJ, Gagnon AS, Gray SA, O’Dwyer B, O’Mahony C, Muir D, Devoy RJN, Falaleeva M, Gault J. 2014. Are coastal managers detecting the problem? Assessing stakeholder perception of climate vulnerability using Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping Ocean and Coastal Management, 94 :74-89 DOI Author Url

Harling Stalker, L & Phyne, J 2014, The social impact of out-migration: A case study from rural and small town Nova Scotia, Canada. The Journal of Rural and Community Development9, 3: 203–226.

Muir D, Dawson AG, Gagnon AS, O’ Mahony C. 2014 Vulnerability and adaptation to extreme coastal flooding: An example from the south ford area, Scottish Outer Hebrides Coasts, Marine Structures and Breakwaters 2013: From Sea to Shore – Meeting the Challenges of the Sea, 1 :22-32 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

2013

Burnett, KA 2013, ‘The Scots Imagination and Modern Memory. By Andrew Blaikie. Pp. ix+262. ISBN: 9780748617869 (hbk). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010. £65.00.’, Northern Scotland, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 110-114. https://doi.org/10.3366/nor.2013.0063

Burnett, KA 2013, ‘Tristan da Cunha: media representations of “‘The Volcano Years’ 1961-1963′, Paper presented at MeCCSA Annual Conference 2013, Derry Northern Ireland, 9/01/13 – 11/01/13.

Burnett, KA & Jeffery, G 2013, ‘Practice at the peripheries: exploring the practice-led PhD in arts and media at UWS’, Paper presented at Relate North, Reykjavík, Iceland, 8/11/13 – 24/11/13.

Burnett, KA & Burnett, R 2013, ‘The settling of an ‘unwordly people’: a Scottish perspective on media accounts of Tristan da Cunha’s ‘volcano years’ 1961-1963’, Paper presented at Scottish Media and Communication Association Conference 2013, Glasgow, Scotland 26/04/13.

Burnett, KA & Burnett, R 2013, ‘The remotest community in the world? a historical critique of islandness and sustainability’, Paper presented at Island Studies, Gabriola Island, Canada, 10/05/13 – 12/05/13.

Burnett, R. 2013, ’Britain: The Fractured Island’, in Godfey Baldacchino (ed), The Political Economy of Divided Islands, Unified Geographies, Multiple Polities, Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke

Danson, M and Burnett KA 2013, ‘Enterprise and entrepreneurship on islands’, Paper presented at ISBE 2013 Conference, Cardiff, United Kingdom, 5/11/13 – 9/11/13. Winner Best Paper: Rural Enterprise

Harling Stalker, L & Burnett, KA L2013, ‘Working in culture: a conceptual exploration of cultural work on North Atlantic islands’, Paper presented at Island Studies, Gabriola Island, Canada, 10/05/13 – 12/05/13.

2012

Burnett, KA 2012, ‘Song Legacy, Alterity and Mediatization from Scotland’s Hebrides: From Mingulay to Michelle’, Travelling in Time: Islands of the Past, Islands of the Future THE 8th INTERNATIONAL SMALL ISLAND CULTURES CONFERENCE Hosted by Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, 29 June 6-9, 2012, Sydney, Canada, 6/06/12 – 9/06/12.

Burnett, KA & Grace, A 2012, ‘Making a creative space: developing integrated approaches to creative practice teaching’, Paper presented at World Alliance for Arts Education Summit 2012, Rovaniemi, Finland, 7/11/12 – 10/11/12.

Burnett, R. 2012 ‘Issues of History, Heritage and Culture through a Hebridean Prism’, Proceedings of the 8th International Small Island Cultures Conference Cape Breton University, June 6-9, 2012, 25-34.  ISIC8 Proceedings (sicri-network.org)

Burnett, KA & Grace, A 2012, ‘Making a creative space: developing integrated approaches to creative practice teaching’, Paper presented at World Alliance for Arts Education Summit 2012, Rovaniemi, Finland, 7/11/12 – 10/11/12.

Danson, M, Burnett, KA, & Whittam, G 2012, ‘Sustainable Development and Renewable Energies: Perceptions and Powers in Island Communities’, investing in Small Island Recovery, Shetland  20/04/12.

Soares MB, Gagnon AS. 2012. Reflecting on the challenges and barriers of performing climate change vulnerability assessments in Scotland International Journal of Global Warming, 4 :346-364 DOI Author Url

2011

Scottish Centre for Island Studies (SCIS team: KA Burnett, R. Burnett, A. Gifford, M. Scott, M. Danson  T. Grace),  Co-organiser for Research conference and Event Hosts with Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI, for Ainmeil thar Ceudan  A Centenary Celebration of Sorley MacLean (1911-2011) Conference Co-Organisers: Scottish Centre for Island Studies and Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Thursday 16 – Saturday 18 June 2011, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Isle of Skye.

Burnett, K A 2011, ‘Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy: Process, Practice and Policy’, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 315-315. https://doi.org/10.5367/ijei.2011.0057

Burnett, R & Burnett, KA 2011, Scotland’s Hebrides: song and culture, transmission and transformation in G Baldacchino (ed.), Island songs: a global repertoire . Scarecrow Press, Lanham, MD, pp. 81-101.

Burnett, R. 2011,  ‘Sorley MacLean and the Quest for Alba Aigeannach nan Saor‘, Ainmeil thar Ceudan  A Centenary Celebration of Sorley MacLean (1911-2011) Conference: Scottish Centre for Island Studies and Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Thursday 16 – Saturday 18 June 2011, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Isle of Skye

2010

Burnett, R & Burnett, KA 2010, ‘‘The Furthest Hebrides’: critical reach from contested shores’, Paper presented at 2010 International Geographical Union Islands Commission in collaboration with Department of Geography, University of Lund, Sweden, Sweden, 27/08/10 – 30/08/10.

Burnett, R & Burnett, KA 2010, ‘Portraying the Hebrides: the irresistible lure and the irredeemable legacy’, Paper presented at Art and Islands Islomania Conference, St Peter Port, Guernsey, 23/06/10 – 25/06/10.

2009

Burnett, KA 2009, ‘Peripheral places and Representational Practice: the articulation of meaning, and value of marginal space and identity’, Regional Studies Research Group Conference, UWS, Scotland, Paisley, United Kingdom, 1/05/09.

Burnett, KA & Grace, T 2009, Community, Cultural Resource and Media: Reflecting on Research Practice. in J Gordon (ed.), Notions of Community: A Collection of Community Media Debates and Dilemmas. Peter Lang, pp. 81-108.

Laidler GJ, Ford JD, Gough WA, Ikummaq T, Gagnon AS, Kowal S, Qrunnut K, Irngaut C. 2009. Travelling and hunting in a changing Arctic: Assessing Inuit vulnerability to sea ice change in Igloolik, Nunavut Climatic Change, 94 :363-397 DOI Author Url

2008

Blain, N & Burnett, KA 2008, A Cause Still Unwon: The Struggle to Represent Scotland. in N Blain & D Hutchinson (eds), The Media in Scotland. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 3-19.

Burnett, K.A. and Kosmala, K. 2008. “Institutional Framework and Cultural Policies in Creative Sectors: A Rhetorical Tool or Real Facilitation of Gendered Leadership in Scotland’s Creative Environments?” Paper to Engendering Leadership Through Research and Practice Conference Perth, Australia 21 – 24 July 2008. Proceedings pp. 91-107.

2007

2004

Danson, M & Burnett, KA 2004, ‘Adding or subtracting value? constructions of rurality and Scottish quality food promotion’, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, vol. 10, no. 6, pp. 384-403. https://doi.org/10.1108/13552550410564716

2003

Burnett, KA 2003, Taste of tradition: a critical examination of the relationship between heritage, food and tourism promotion in Scotland. in Local Food and Tourism. World Tourism Organisation, pp. 28-38. <https://www.cabi.org/leisuretourism/abstract/20033101635&gt;

Holm, A.-E. (2003) ‘Linguistic revitalization in the Faroes: From vernacular towards national status’, in Huss, L., Grima, A.C. and King, K.a. (eds.) Transcending monolingualism: Linguistic revitalization in education. Lisse, The Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger, pp. 259-276.

2002

Burnett, KA 2002, The taste of Scotland: reimagining rural Scotland through food. in K Pihlainen & E Tirkkonen (eds),  Rustica Nova: The New Countryside and Transformations in Operating Environment. University of Turku, Finland, pp. 109-129, Rustica Nova. International Conference of Rural Studies. , Somero, Finland, 29/07/99.

2001

Burnett, KA 2001, Heritage, authenticity and history. in S Drummond & I Yeoman (eds), Quality Issues in Heritage Visitor Attractions. Quality Issues in Heritage Visitor Attractions, Butterworth Heinemann , Oxford, pp. 39-54.

2000

Danson, M & Burnett, KA 2000, ‘Arts and culture in regional development in Scotland’, Welsh Economic Review  vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 38-42.

Older publications:(by date)

Burnett, KA 1998, ‘Local heroics: reflecting on incomers and local rural development discourses in Scotland’, Sociologia Ruralis, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 204-224. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9523.00072

Burnett, KA 1998, How to win friends and influence people. in E Breitenbach & A Howson (eds), Gender and Scottish society: polities, policies and participation: report of conference held on 31 October 1997, Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland. Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, pp. 141-149, Gender and Scottish society polities, policies and participation. Conference held on 31 October 1997, Unit for the Study of Government in Scotland, University of Edinburgh., Edinburgh, 31/10/97.

Burnett, KA 1998, ‘Book review: Reimagining Culture by Sharon Macdonald’, Scottish Affairs, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 63-67. https://doi.org/10.3366/scot.1998.0040

Burnett, KA & Nuttall, M 1998, The negotiation and management of crisis in the Scottish fishing industry: a case study from north east Scotland. in D Symes (ed.), Northern Waters: Management Issues and Practice. Blackwell Science, Oxford, pp. 238-246.

Burnett, KA 1997 PhD Negotiating Home: Categorisation and Representation of Identity among Indigenous and Incoming People of Uist,in the Outer Hebrides, Glasgow Caledonian University

Burnett, KA 1996, Once an Incomer, always an Incomer? in P Chapman & S Lloyd (eds), Woman and access in rural areas: what makes the difference? what difference does it make?. Avebury, Aldershot, pp. 18-31.

Burnett, R. (1984), ‘Land Raids and the Scottish Left’, in Cencrastus  18, 1984, (2-6),

Burnett, R. (1985) ‘Hallaig’, Lines Review, 93, March 1985, 13-22

Danson, M. 1996 Small Firm Formation and Regional Economic Development, Routledge Studies in Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Taylor & Francis.

Holm, E. (1993) Language values of students in upper-secondary education in the Faroe Islands: A survey report. In K. De Bot (ed.), Case studies in minority languages, AILA Review 10: 23-36. Amsterdam.

Holm, A.-E. (1992) Language values of students in upper-secondary education in the Faroe Islands. Lancaster University, Unpublished dissertation.

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