SECTION 4 RELIGION AND COMMUNITY COHESION

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RELIGION AND COMMUNITY COHESION

4.1 HOW AND WHY ATTITUDES TO THE ROLES OF KMEN AND WOMEN HAVE CHANGED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 

attitudes to the roles of men and women have changed greatly. women now have equal rights and men and women are expected to share roles in the home. 

attitudes have changed because of the feminist movement, social and industrial changes and the effects of the world wars. 

4.2 DIFFERENT CHRISTIAN ATTITUDES TO EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN IN RELIGION

Traditional protestants believe only men should be religious leaders because this is what thebible teaches. 

Liberal protestants believe men and women have equal roles in religion because Jesus had women disciples. 

4.3 ISLAM AND EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN IN RELIION

traditional muslims believe that men and women should have different roles in religion because of tradition and the teachings of the Qur'an. 

moderm muslims believe that men and women should have equal roles in religion because of the teachings of the qur'an and the example of prophet. 

4.4 THE UNITED KINGDOM AS A MULTI-ETHNIC SOCIETY

Britain has many ethnic minorities and so it is a multi-ethnic society 

mulit-ethnic societies have many benefits, such as advancing more quickly because they have a variety of ideas

a multi-ethnic society needs equal opportunities and treatment to work, and prejudice and discrimination cause major

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