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The visual environment has increasingly been used as a lens with which to understand wider processes of social and economic change with studies employing in-depth qualitative approaches to focus on, for example, gentrification or trans-national networks. This exploratory paper offers an alternative perspective by using a novel method, quantitative photo mapping, to examine the extent to which a particular socio-cultural marker, the nation, is 'flagged' across three contrasting sites in Britain.doi:10.1177/0038038515590754 fatcat:ueijlel7drduzg4hcr5pbuhbgi