The concluding chapter ties together key findings from previous chapters, highlights the book’s theoretical contributions, building on the social identity literature reviewed in chapter 1. The concluding chapter reinforces the idea that southern identity remains, but that the shape of twenty-first century southern identity is different from twentieth-century identity. The concluding chapter closes with a discussion of the future of southern identity and a prediction that regionalism and regional distinctiveness will only become more pronounced in an increasingly interconnected world.
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