In Generation Scot Y, Kate Higgins explores questions of Scottish identity, culture, society and politics and they way they are viewed by twenty-somethings.
A whole generation has grown up with the Scottish Parliament as a reality. Do they view Britain in a different light to those of us who still find it new? Has this impacted their personal, cultural and geographic identity?
In this book Higgins explores what it means to be Scottish to the youth of today, and examines what impact this could have on the future of Scotland.