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Psychology
  • Author:
    Stopes-roe
  • ISBN:
    1853591009
  • ISBN13:
    978-1853591006
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  • Publisher:
    Multilingual Matters (October 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Psychology
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Citizens Of This Country book. Published October 31st 1990 by Multilingual Matters Limited (first published October 1st 1990).

Citizens Of This Country book. Citizens of This Country: The Asian-British (Multilingual Matters Series, No 68). ISBN. 1853591017 (ISBN13: 9781853591013).

Author: Mary Stopes-Roe & Raymond Cochrane.

Mary Stopes-Roe, Raymond Cochrane. Multilingual Matters, 1990 - 260 sayfa. And, correspondingly, what do they think about their white-British fellow citizens?

Mary Stopes-Roe, Raymond Cochrane. Many white British believe that Asian families are likely to experience critical conflicts as their young people grow to adult-hood in a new and different society: what do parents and young people in the families themselves think about this? And, correspondingly, what do they think about their white-British fellow citizens?

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This linguistic mixture develops for differing reasons.

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oceedings{sOT, title {Citizens of This Country: The Asian-British}, author {Mary Stopes-Roe and Raymond Cochrane}, year {1990} }. Mary Stopes-Roe, Raymond Cochrane. Survey and sample the marriage question the family life in the new country prejudice settling in - social contacts settling in - changing customs and personal identity looking into the future - predictions and opinions citizens of this country. Publications citing this paper. Showing 1-3 of 3 citations. Identities of employed ethnic minority.

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It is cruel to get children married when they are not happy or don't like the partner.' Who said this, a white-British or an Asian-British parent? 'I missed England ... I thought, when can I go back to England.' Where did this young person's parents originate? Many white-British believe that Asian families are likely to experience critical conflicts as their young people grow to adulthood in a new and different society: what do parents and young people in the families themselves think about this? And, correspondingly, what do they think about their white-British fellow citizens? The older and younger generations in immigrant families are likely to have adapted differentially to the customs of the majority society, and to vary in their contacts and their personal feelings of identity. Different lifestyles may affect their attitudes to and experience of prejudice, and they may differ in their hopes, fears and predictions about the future. In this book they express their own views, their differences and their similarities. Mutual understanding and harmonious interactions between citizens in our multicultural society are desirable goals; for those whose work involves contact with ethnic minorities they are essential goals. With its combination of grassroots information, statistical analysis and discursive synthesis, this book contributes to inter-ethnic understanding.