Who Do We Think We Are?: Imagining the New Britain
Penguin Books Ltd
This work concentrates on British Blacks and Asians who have a shared history both as children of the ex-empire and as participants in the post-war re-building of Britain. Part of the purpose of this work is to reveal hidden lives to the rest of society. It also weaves the views of non-white Britons into the major debates of our time and challenges assumptions that are made about lifestyles and practices of minority groups. It looks at progress, modernity and tradition. Key themes to be explored through a female perspective include family, religion, politics, culture, sexuality, race and gender and economic status. The aim is to reflect and analyze the changes and the enduring values within the communities and to describe their reactions to the political, social and economic landscape of Britain.
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