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UK as a multi-ethnic society-Advantages of living in
a multi-ethnic society
·Develop understanding of different people
·More varieties of things like food, fashion, entertainment....
·Develop sense of empathy in order to reduce discrimination
·Lots of different skills and depth of educational backgrounds
·new people=new ideas and solutions
·less cahnce of war
·life is more interesting with interesting things
Problems of discrimination and racism - Prejudiced landlords, politicians, teachers etc...
can cause significant problems in the UK.…read more

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Attitudes of men and women
It became 'official' in the 19th Century that women shouldn't work. This affected
employment levels from women from 50% to 15%.
But, laws have changed....
·"Married Women's Property Act" allowed women to keep their property separate from
their husbands. (1882)
·"Local Government Act" gave women the right to stand as councilors (1892)
·"Electoral Reform Act" gave women voting rights and able to stand as MP's (1928)
·"Equal Pay Act" required employers to pay women the same as men (1970)
·"Sex Discrimination Act" made it illegal to discriminate on grounds of gender (1975)
The roles changed due to: both world wars where women had to do men's jobs and the
various movements promoting women's rights.…read more

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UK as a multi-ethnic society-Advantages of living in
a multi-ethnic society
·Develop understanding of different people
·More varieties of things like food, fashion, entertainment....
·Develop sense of empathy in order to reduce discrimination
·Lots of different skills and depth of educational backgrounds
·new people=new ideas and solutions
·less chance of war
·life is more interesting with interesting things
Problems of discrimination and racism - Prejudiced landlords, politicians, teachers
etc... can cause significant problems in the UK.…read more

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Christian Attitudes to Equal Rights for Women in
Religion
Evangelical Christians believe... that men and women have completely different roles.
Women bring up children and run the Christian home. Men go out and earn a living for
the family. They are also the one's who lead the family in religion. This is because: St
Paul said women should not speak in church and obey men and Genesis says Men
were created first
Liberal Protestants believe...that men and women are equal and women have the right
to become ministers or priests. This is because: Jesus treated women as his equals,
Genesis says God created men and women at the same time (I know, it contradicts the
last point but, yeah....) and there may have been female priests in the church at some
point
Catholics believe... that men and women are equal but only men can teach in church.
This is because: Jesus only had male disciples, Priests are successors of the apostles
and the priest represents Jesus at Mass. This is why the priest HAS to be male…read more

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Muslim attitudes to equal rights for women-Traditional
View
This says that men and women have different roles. The women have kids and bring
them up. Men go to work, get money for the family and take their sons to the mosque.
They believe this because: The Qur'an says men should support the women and women
nherits half what a man inherits
Modern View
This says that men and women are equal and women have the right to worship in the
mosque. This is because: The Qur'an teaches men and women are equal and Women
worshipped at the time of the prophet…read more

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