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Madood
He defines ethnicity as involving a number of factors including culture, descent and a sense of identity. It is not something that only minority groups have. Being white British, Scottish, a traveller etc. are also ethnic identities.
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Ways to express our ethnicity
Clothes, Language, religious values, lifestyle, values, food and celebrations/traditions.
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Difference between Ethnicity & Nationality
Ethnicity generally refers to your racial/cultural background, while nationality is a reference to the nation(s) that claim you as a citizen
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Ethnicity generally refers to your racial/cultural background, while nationality is a reference to the nation(s) that claim you as a citizen
The assumption that immigrants would abandon their culture of their 'host country. MADOOD (1997) - Ethnic identities in the UK are as diverse within ethnic groups as between ethnic groups.
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Hybridity
It refers to the mixing of cultures. Inter-ethnic friendships and marriage means that groups borrow/adopt ideas from each other, blurring the distinctions. Globalisation is a contributor.
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Anwar
He argues that Asian families (regardless of whether they are Hindu, Sikh or Muslim) socialize children into a pattern of obligation, loyalty and religious commitment, which is accepted in most cases; they accept.
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