Flag of Convenience? The Union Jack in 1960s popular music as contested symbol of Englishness or a convenient marketing device?

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMad Dogs and Englishness: Popular Music and English Identities
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Publication statusPublished - 19 Oct 2017

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Hopkins, J. (2017). Flag of Convenience? The Union Jack in 1960s popular music as contested symbol of Englishness or a convenient marketing device? In Mad Dogs and Englishness: Popular Music and English Identities Bloomsbury Academic.
Hopkins, Jonathan. / Flag of Convenience? The Union Jack in 1960s popular music as contested symbol of Englishness or a convenient marketing device?. Mad Dogs and Englishness: Popular Music and English Identities. Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.
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Hopkins, J 2017, Flag of Convenience? The Union Jack in 1960s popular music as contested symbol of Englishness or a convenient marketing device? in Mad Dogs and Englishness: Popular Music and English Identities. Bloomsbury Academic.

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Mad Dogs and Englishness: Popular Music and English Identities. Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.

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Hopkins J. Flag of Convenience? The Union Jack in 1960s popular music as contested symbol of Englishness or a convenient marketing device? In Mad Dogs and Englishness: Popular Music and English Identities. Bloomsbury Academic. 2017