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How colour prejudiced is Britain?

Clifford S. Hill

How colour prejudiced is Britain?

by Clifford S. Hill

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Published by Panther books in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Race relations,
  • Great Britain -- Emigration and immigration

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 283-286.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA125 A1 H5 1967
    The Physical Object
    Pagination286 p.
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17259412M

      Exposing the colour of prejudice By Kevin Connolly In later life, the six-week venture - described in his book Black Like Me - was to expose him to the hatred and violence that underpinned that bigotry, too. In the US and Great Britain we share common experiences with race relations that make us a bit more sensitive to what it means to.   Nearly a third of people in Britain admit being racially prejudiced, research has suggested. The British Social Attitudes survey found the proportion had increased since the start of the century.

    Britain is more prejudiced against fat people than any other country, with one in four saying they would not want an obese person marrying into the family, a study has s are more likely to. Prejudiced is a related term of prejudice. As verbs the difference between prejudiced and prejudice is that prejudiced is (prejudice) while prejudice is to have a negative impact on someone's position, chances etc. As a adjective prejudiced is having prejudices. As a noun prejudice is (countable) an adverse judgment or opinion formed beforehand or without knowledge of the facts.

      Britain's ethnic minority population has grown by 53%, from three million in to million in , the report added. But authors Catherine Rothon and Anthony Heath said they found no link between the number of people settling in the UK and the level of prejudice. In FIFTY YEARS ON, Roy Hattersley explores and explains the events which have shaped modern Britain. Combining acute analysis of domestic politics with a brilliant eye for the bigger picture, his 'prejudiced history' takes the reader from the high hopes of to the cynicism of end-of century Britain.4/5(1).


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