What the Independence Referendum did for us: ‘A chance to recreate society, dismantle or redraw boundaries; make politics more relevant and connected to notions of justice in the minds of citizens’

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John Robertson
What the Independence Referendum did for us: ‘A chance to recreate society, dismantle or redraw boundaries; make politics more relevant and connected to notions of justice in the minds of citizens’

(c) sundaypost.com Researchers at the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research at the University of Stirling have finally reported on their research looking at how the 2014 independence referendum changed the way we think about Scottish politics. They concluded in positive terms that a reinvigorated public sphere had emerged and that: ‘Certainly, there appeared to be the opening of a space in which to consider and reconsider notions of justice based on the reimagining of a different Scotland. For many,…

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John Robertson
What the Independence Referendum did for us: ‘A chance to recreate society, dismantle or redraw boundaries; make politics more relevant and connected to notions of justice in the minds of citizens’