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Multicultural Britain
Multicultural Britain
Wignall, Paul2002
Articles
Subject: Multicultural Britain explains why Britain has become a multicultural nation and looks at some of the cultures that make up Britain today. The book examines what it means to be British and explores the collapse of the British Empire, immigration before the 20th century, how the Commonwealth of Nations has adapted to benefit the countries involved, county and regional differences, devolution, the effect of the Europen Union, the impact of the United States and of globalisation.
Main title:
Multicultural Britain / Paul Wignall.
Imprint:
Oxford : Heinemann Library, 2002.
Collation:
48 p : ill., maps ; 27 cm.
Series title:
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
0431035601
Dewey class:
CU.3.01WIG305.7
Local class:
CU.3.01/WIG
Language:
English
Index terms:
Race Relations
BRN:
405213
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