Who Do We Think We Are?: Imagining the New Britain

Who Do We Think We Are Imagining the New Britain More than half a century after the large scale migration of visible communities to the United Kingdom a movement which brought not only the excitement of new foods and music ideas and art but diffe

  • Title: Who Do We Think We Are?: Imagining the New Britain
  • Author: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
  • ISBN: 9780713994131
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • More than half a century after the large scale migration of visible communities to the United Kingdom, a movement which brought not only the excitement of new foods and music, ideas and art, but different social functions and a diferent sense of history, indigneous Britons are still grappling with the implications of these altered contours of society.

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    1. On the whole an insightful and inclusive look at multicultural Britain at the turn of the 21st century, with much still (sadly) applicable today. However the book, or author, shows its age in the 8th chapter of the book, where Alibhai-Brown takes on changing morals in society and the effect they have on family structures and relationsrt of. The repetitive use of womb, by Alibhai-Brown and her interviewed participants, as an equivalent to womanhood was super disturbing, in addition to the asserte [...]


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