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Should the UK dissolve:
Lo indepence is rather detrimental than beneficial
no complete independence but also no total unity!

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GREAT BRITAIN Should the UK dissolve: Lo indepence is rather detrimental than beneficial no complete independence but also no total unity! The flag of the United Kingdom The flag of the UK is called Union Jack. It's three flags in one. England • a red cross on white background + MAR Scotland • a white (diagonal) cross on blue XX Ireland • a red (diagonal) cross on white a) GERMAN IDENTITY by David Lauer * not Threatened by immigration, but strengthened * no clear definition possible: varies for each and every German * Those who debate about finding a definition of German identity are those, who are already a part of the German society => The conflicting & different opinions, values, biographies and self-concepts of all kind of people form German identity b) ENOCH POWELL: Rivers of Blood speech criticizes mass immigration, especially Commonwealth immigration to the UK -> immigration = preventable evil * * English people are suffering: the resources are scarce (e.g. less school places, more advantages for immigrants ito discipline/competence at work -> lower expectations * his concern: immigration would erode the national character -> The Black man will have the whip hand over the white man" -> a position of power: fear the losing of national culture preoccupation: not the immigrants coming but rather their descendants ("native- born") -> they would constitute the majority of the ethnic minority population in a...

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few decades integration not working bc immigrants would have to assimilate completely: Opposes idea of the preservation & sharpening of racial and religious differences ==> English men now as strangers in their own country, as the persecuted minority solution: reducing inflow + maximizing outflow Stephen Lawrence * murdered in a racist attack on 22 April 1993 * symbol for: police brutality against black peoples. * GB as a dangerous place: fear of more racist attacks on other ethnic groups THE BRITISH EMPIRE * at the beginning of the 17th century: global expansion of British empire started a powerful & wealthy nation: defeated other European countries & conquered indigenous people thanks to his army navy * Britain enfolded a great Empire in the 17th& 18th century -> British colonies in North America in the Caribbean (Jamaica) -> then also in Africa (India), Australia and New Zealand * in the 19th century: a quarter of the world's land surface was covered by it * End of WW2 = End of the British Empire -> it dissolved as its colonies gradually became independent (by 1970) BUT: A large number of them stayed closely connected with their former colonizer by joining the Commonwealth * "The Empire on which the sun never sets”-> They had many colonies all over the world, when the sunset in one of the territories, it rose in another * due to labour shortage for the British reconstruction after WW2 -> a non-restrictive UK policy -> immigrants from the former colonies were encouraged to come to the UK * in the 1970s: high unemployment rate bc of economic crisis, made immigration more critical -e.g. Nigeria IMPACT of British colonization: post-colonialism: Time after the British formal rule over the colonies had come to an * end * while the British ruled: British cultural, values, traditions and language were regarded as superior to those of the colonized -> caused the feeling of displacement and rootlessness on the part of the colonized * Even after independence: difficult task of re-creating their own identity, bridging the gap between their country's native traditions & values and British ones largest Indian immigrant of Pakistani Communities Bangladeshi • German Italian African biggest group Polish from eastern •Europe. Robin Cook * Open to external influence * advocates fair immigration laws * multiculturalism is the base element of Britain British character Lo open-minded Lo polite, friendly. Lo sociable tolerant UK = England, Wales, Scotland + Northern Ireland GB = England, Wales, Scotland Britishness by Robin Cook * British is not a race, but a gathering of diverse people and communities 30 ethnic communities) Multicultural Britain GREAT BRITAIN The British are unique by the sheer. pluralism of their ancestors CHICKEN TIKKA MASSALA -> for him: a true British national dish * perfect illustration of the way Britain absorbs and adapts external influence a) Chicken Tikka: originally Indian b) Massala sauce: British taste ==> British society has integrated external cultural/typical habits in their lives/routine, so this adaption enriches the Origen community Also: integration of new communities # loss of the original community & values like puns & quiz nights love to see people fail british humor strange introduce a wide variety of food, music & fashion · I · cultural enrichment Fiction:• emotionless ● silly dark dry. rainy weather all the time top hats & tails (→ English) or kilts (→ Scottish) Nannies (Mary Poppins) & Au pair British Stereotypes Facts: love tea (→ Afternoon Tea). • love talking about the weather • pale skin (→ pale is the new fan) ethnic diversity christian Jewish different religions: budhist ; Muslim hindus ¡ white british; Asian; Mixed ・ ethnic groups: Asian; black/African I IMMIGRATION IN THE UK COMMONWEALTH of Nations (1931) voluntary association (Bund) of independent states * consist of 54 nations: mainly GB and it's former colonies * aims at racial equality and national sovereignty * its head: the British Queen Second generation immigrants -> often experience a clash of culture: * at home: Live according to values, beliefs and traditions typical of their parents' home countries (usually: children have never visited them) * outside home: children adopt the western lifestyle, similar to that of their white friends and classmates ==> transition between these two lifestyles not easy; hard tonlive up to the expectations of their parents, friends, teachers, etc. MIGRATION TO THE UK since the 19th century: ==> never a pure British identity different ethnic groups migrated to the UK for different reasons -> mostly colonial residents: easier bc they already know the language people feel connected to GB culture/traditions have converged -> easier integration * -> mostly due to: • religious or political persecution • famine -> bad economy • post-war reconstruction (only for colonial residents). ● GB is an attractive location, e.g.: Equality Act (protects individuals from unfair treatment and promotes equal opportunities in the workplace) Reasons for Indian/Pakistani Already (often) speak the language Family members already live in the UK * * * GB as the former colonial power has to take responsibility for their former empire citizens' well-being UK immigration policy: * has become more strict & selective over time: strengthen the countries' borders -> restrict the number -> wish to put a stop to the entry of lower skilled workers * Imperial Act (1914): Inhabitants of the colonies were given British citizenship

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GREAT BRITAIN Should the UK dissolve: Lo indepence is rather detrimental than beneficial no complete independence but also no total unity! The flag of the United Kingdom The flag of the UK is called Union Jack. It's three flags in one. England • a red cross on white background + MAR Scotland • a white (diagonal) cross on blue XX Ireland • a red (diagonal) cross on white a) GERMAN IDENTITY by David Lauer * not Threatened by immigration, but strengthened * no clear definition possible: varies for each and every German * Those who debate about finding a definition of German identity are those, who are already a part of the German society => The conflicting & different opinions, values, biographies and self-concepts of all kind of people form German identity b) ENOCH POWELL: Rivers of Blood speech criticizes mass immigration, especially Commonwealth immigration to the UK -> immigration = preventable evil * * English people are suffering: the resources are scarce (e.g. less school places, more advantages for immigrants ito discipline/competence at work -> lower expectations * his concern: immigration would erode the national character -> The Black man will have the whip hand over the white man" -> a position of power: fear the losing of national culture preoccupation: not the immigrants coming but rather their descendants ("native- born") -> they would constitute the majority of the ethnic minority population in a...

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few decades integration not working bc immigrants would have to assimilate completely: Opposes idea of the preservation & sharpening of racial and religious differences ==> English men now as strangers in their own country, as the persecuted minority solution: reducing inflow + maximizing outflow Stephen Lawrence * murdered in a racist attack on 22 April 1993 * symbol for: police brutality against black peoples. * GB as a dangerous place: fear of more racist attacks on other ethnic groups THE BRITISH EMPIRE * at the beginning of the 17th century: global expansion of British empire started a powerful & wealthy nation: defeated other European countries & conquered indigenous people thanks to his army navy * Britain enfolded a great Empire in the 17th& 18th century -> British colonies in North America in the Caribbean (Jamaica) -> then also in Africa (India), Australia and New Zealand * in the 19th century: a quarter of the world's land surface was covered by it * End of WW2 = End of the British Empire -> it dissolved as its colonies gradually became independent (by 1970) BUT: A large number of them stayed closely connected with their former colonizer by joining the Commonwealth * "The Empire on which the sun never sets”-> They had many colonies all over the world, when the sunset in one of the territories, it rose in another * due to labour shortage for the British reconstruction after WW2 -> a non-restrictive UK policy -> immigrants from the former colonies were encouraged to come to the UK * in the 1970s: high unemployment rate bc of economic crisis, made immigration more critical -e.g. Nigeria IMPACT of British colonization: post-colonialism: Time after the British formal rule over the colonies had come to an * end * while the British ruled: British cultural, values, traditions and language were regarded as superior to those of the colonized -> caused the feeling of displacement and rootlessness on the part of the colonized * Even after independence: difficult task of re-creating their own identity, bridging the gap between their country's native traditions & values and British ones largest Indian immigrant of Pakistani Communities Bangladeshi • German Italian African biggest group Polish from eastern •Europe. Robin Cook * Open to external influence * advocates fair immigration laws * multiculturalism is the base element of Britain British character Lo open-minded Lo polite, friendly. Lo sociable tolerant UK = England, Wales, Scotland + Northern Ireland GB = England, Wales, Scotland Britishness by Robin Cook * British is not a race, but a gathering of diverse people and communities 30 ethnic communities) Multicultural Britain GREAT BRITAIN The British are unique by the sheer. pluralism of their ancestors CHICKEN TIKKA MASSALA -> for him: a true British national dish * perfect illustration of the way Britain absorbs and adapts external influence a) Chicken Tikka: originally Indian b) Massala sauce: British taste ==> British society has integrated external cultural/typical habits in their lives/routine, so this adaption enriches the Origen community Also: integration of new communities # loss of the original community & values like puns & quiz nights love to see people fail british humor strange introduce a wide variety of food, music & fashion · I · cultural enrichment Fiction:• emotionless ● silly dark dry. rainy weather all the time top hats & tails (→ English) or kilts (→ Scottish) Nannies (Mary Poppins) & Au pair British Stereotypes Facts: love tea (→ Afternoon Tea). • love talking about the weather • pale skin (→ pale is the new fan) ethnic diversity christian Jewish different religions: budhist ; Muslim hindus ¡ white british; Asian; Mixed ・ ethnic groups: Asian; black/African I IMMIGRATION IN THE UK COMMONWEALTH of Nations (1931) voluntary association (Bund) of independent states * consist of 54 nations: mainly GB and it's former colonies * aims at racial equality and national sovereignty * its head: the British Queen Second generation immigrants -> often experience a clash of culture: * at home: Live according to values, beliefs and traditions typical of their parents' home countries (usually: children have never visited them) * outside home: children adopt the western lifestyle, similar to that of their white friends and classmates ==> transition between these two lifestyles not easy; hard tonlive up to the expectations of their parents, friends, teachers, etc. MIGRATION TO THE UK since the 19th century: ==> never a pure British identity different ethnic groups migrated to the UK for different reasons -> mostly colonial residents: easier bc they already know the language people feel connected to GB culture/traditions have converged -> easier integration * -> mostly due to: • religious or political persecution • famine -> bad economy • post-war reconstruction (only for colonial residents). ● GB is an attractive location, e.g.: Equality Act (protects individuals from unfair treatment and promotes equal opportunities in the workplace) Reasons for Indian/Pakistani Already (often) speak the language Family members already live in the UK * * * GB as the former colonial power has to take responsibility for their former empire citizens' well-being UK immigration policy: * has become more strict & selective over time: strengthen the countries' borders -> restrict the number -> wish to put a stop to the entry of lower skilled workers * Imperial Act (1914): Inhabitants of the colonies were given British citizenship