Popular Identities in Post War Britain
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The project uses the archived qualitative sources of several post-war community studies to elaborate how community relations were historically conflictual but that this generated significant forms of solidarity. The project examines the rise of what is termed more individualised 'elective belonging' where people come to identify with their place of residence because it seems appropriate for 'someone like me'. The relationship between this ethos and middle class cultural values is elaborated.