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The Revue Française de Civilisation Britannique is the official journal of the Centre de Recherches et d’Etudes en Civilisation Britannique, the national network of the discipline and has been instrumental in its structuring. It purports to apply one or several of the social sciences to the study of Britain. This includes the empire and decolonization as well as modern and contemporary history. Two issues are published every year. Articles are peer reviewed and meet traditional research standards, but the journal is also used for the training of candidates for the competitive examinations leading to the teaching profession in France.

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XXII-4 | 2017
The May 2016 Devolved Elections in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and London: Convergences and Divergences

Élections « régionales » ou périphériques de mai 2016 : Écosse, pays de Galles, Irlande du Nord et Londres. Entre convergences et divergences
Edited by Stéphanie Bory and Timothy Whitton
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