Britishness

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Britishness involves?
cultural traditions and shared values.
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Migration has traditionally played an important part in?
British life.
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The impact of people travelling to and from this country has had a widespread influence over us for example?
our language is largely derived from those who invaded Britain and our diet has strong overseas influences.
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Over many years Britishness has developed into ?
the multicultural society that we have today.
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Traditions in the UK also make up part of our Britishness; things such as?
Guy Fawkes Night, red telephone boxes, the Queen and Fish & Chips all form a part of our cultural identity in Britain.
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A person’s culture is influenced by different?
traditions, foods, faith, music, fashion and much more.
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In the UK we are a multicultural society with a?
diverse range of cultural influences.
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Experiencing other cultures helps people to understand and respect ?
differences in our society such as differences in faith.
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Every person has their own social identity; this is about ?
which groups in society you relate to and feel a part of.
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For example?
you make have a local identity of belonging to High Wycombe or a national identity of belonging to Britain.
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You can belong to more than one group at once and make your own choice as to which you relate to the most. Sometimes in our multicultural society it is hard for people to have a?
a strong social identity.
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British values are an important part of life in our country. What are the 7 British values?
Respect for diversity, Tolerance, Rule of law, Equality of Opportunity, Representative Democracy and Personal Freedom all support community cohesion in the UK.
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If you removed one of these values we would not have a society that functions effectively. To immigrants British Values can be an attractive prospect, perhaps in the country they are emigrating from they do not have ?
representative democracy or rule of law, this would make the UK an appealing place to move to.
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Whilst integral to our society, British Values can also be damaged by things such as ?
crime, racism, and bigotry
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Migration has traditionally played an important part in?

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The impact of people travelling to and from this country has had a widespread influence over us for example?

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Over many years Britishness has developed into ?

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Traditions in the UK also make up part of our Britishness; things such as?

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