Scottish society is based on Western society, and has made key contributions to the spread of Western culture throughout the world. It has been developing for many centuries, since Scotland started to emerge as a country in the Early Middle Ages.
Scots share many social and cultural characteristics, for example dialect, music, arts, social habits, cuisine and folklore. Scotland is an ethnically and racially diverse country as result of large-scale immigration from many different countries throughout its history.
- Demographic history of Scotland
- Economic history of Scotland
- History of education in Scotland
- Scottish Social Attitudes Survey
- Scottish national identity
- Scottish society in the Middle Ages
- Scottish Society in the High Middle Ages
- Scottish society in the early modern era
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