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Multicultural Britain

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Transcript of Multicultural Britain

Multicultural
Britain

Structure
1.
What does multiculturalism mean?
2.
Facts about Britain
3.
Social Structure of Britain

3.1
Upper Class

3.2
Middle Class

3.4
Working Class

3.5
Preservation of class
distinction
4.
Immigration

4.1
Asylum
5.
Where do they come from?
6.
Motives of Immigration
7.
positive and negative effects
8.
Responses of White Society
What does multiculturalism mean?
The term
multiculturalism
is the range of
cultural
and
ethnic diversity
within the population a country.
A
multicultural society
is on where a number of different
ethnic groups
and their
culture
live alongside the
predominant indigenous ethnic group
and their
culture
.
Social Structure of Britain
Upper Class
consists mainly of the aristocracy and landowners
has provided for the ideal of the "country gentleman"
enjoys considerable prestige in social and cultural life
Middle Class
has grown enormously in recent years
upper middle class
lower middle class
Working Class
is basically formed by...
semi-skilled
unskilled
unemployed, the elderly, the low-paid
Preservation of class distinction
language
education
hereditary titles
membership of the House of Lords
Immigration
Race riots
Where do they come from?
Motives of Immigration
labour shortage in Britain in the 1950s
higher citizens from (former) colonies
soldiers of the British Army in Worl War 2
positive
people can learn from each other
new experiences
improve language skills
benefit through cultural exchange
learn from the other culture
learn to respect other cultures
Larger variety of food
negative
no homogeneous group (different ethnic origins)
of different religion (Christians, Hindus Muslims,...)
language problems
racial discrimination in jobs and housing
race riot
“It is amazing. As a kid growing up in London, coming from Somalia, sport was a big thing for me. My story shows
no matter what or where you come from,
if

you work hard at something [in Britain] you can achieve it
. And it was amazing the support I got from the crowd.”
Facts about Britain
Immigration is
the movement of people into another country or region

to which they are not native
in order to settle there. Immigration is a result of a number of factors, including economic and/or political reasons, family re-unification, natural disasters or the wish to change one's surroundings voluntarily.
Asylum?
protection given by a government to someone who has left another country in order to escape being harmed
effects
Responses of White Society

sources
textbook
https:/ /www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuqXO-ENu5Y
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiculturalism
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mo_Farah
To become a multicultural society living peaceful with each other:
British Government has fight against discrimination
also the press has the obligation of promoting the terms and conditions as well as positive effects
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