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In-text: (Aston, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Aston, B., n.d. What is structure and agency? How does this framework help us in political analysis?. 1st ed.
In-text: (Bootle, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Bootle, R., 2014. Union’s priceless history of togetherness with Scotland. The Telegraph,.
In-text: (Carrell, Watt, Mason and Brooks, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Carrell, S., Watt, N., Mason, R. and Brooks, L., 2014. Scotland rejects independence with No winning 55% of vote. The Guardian,.
In-text: (Johnson, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Johnson, S., 2014. Barclays: Independent Scotland likely to get new currency. The Telegraph,.
In-text: (Marsh, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Marsh, D., 2010. Meta-Theoretical Issues. In: D. Marsh and G. Stoker, ed., Theory and Methods in Political Science, 3rd ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.212 - 231.
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Your Bibliography: Phipps, C., 2014. Scottish independence: how would Scotland defend itself?. The Guardian,.
In-text: (Riley-Smith, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Riley-Smith, B., 2014. Gordon Brown calls on No voters to 'stand up and be counted'. The Telegraph,.
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