The conclusion serves to bring together the key themes of the book, providing final assessment of the development, focus and spread of Scottish ethnic associations, as well as critical commentary on the limitations of a study focused on ethnic societies and clubs. The conclusion draws out the distinct functional tiers of the Scots’ ethnic associationalism, and contends that these depended not only on the timing of the respective association’s set up, but also the migrants who established them. In so doing the conclusion ends by identifying the types of Scottish ethnic activism, which were critical in enabling the Scots to champion their ethnicity in a way that effectively transcended it, thus developing a distinct type of ethnicity: civic ethnicity.
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