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New PDF release: Between Cultures: Continuity and Change in the Lives of

By Muhammad Anwar

ISBN-10: 0203019571

ISBN-13: 9780203019573

ISBN-10: 0415046475

ISBN-13: 9780415046473

ISBN-10: 0415046483

ISBN-13: 9780415046480

Among Cultures considers the location of younger Asians in Britain relating to schooling, employment, housing, the police and the responses they come upon from those associations. It explores the cultural problems with family members, marriage, faith and mom tongue, and the jobs of Asian mom and dad and the Asian neighborhood are analysed. Muhammad Anwar is going directly to evaluate the placement of younger Asians with that of teenagers typically, and to these in comparable conditions yet with assorted backgrounds and religions.

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The same applies to Bangladeshis; except Tower Hamlets (23 per cent), no area had even 5 per cent of the population which belonged to this ethnic group. However, if all three South Asian groups are aggregated, then their composition in several local authority areas becomes significant. This information shows that, while the regional pattern does not change to a great extent, there are variations within some regions. For example, in addition to Tower Hamlets (inner London), several outer London boroughs have significant number of Asians.

It was thought that Asians had high aspirations for their children and had strong family ties. Participation by Asians in parents’ meetings was also taken as a sign of their interest in their children’s progress, as one teacher explained: Asians are keener for their children to succeed. When we have a parents’ meeting we get more Asian parents proportionately. (Scale 1 teacher) A department head gave his reasons for Asians’ success in education: The family is strong as a unit and they put more value on education.

All children have their own problems and we like to treat them as individuals and Asian girls may have problems specific to themselves. We are conscious of career and marriage problems of Asian girls. Teachers were also asked what other provision could be made in their schools for Asian and other ethnic minority pupils. The answers varied a lot, with the most commonly mentioned facilities being mother-tongue teaching (18 per cent), a more multi-cultural curriculum (13 per cent), special meals (11 per cent), English as a second language (8 per cent), religious education (8 per cent), and changes in the curriculum to make the contents more relevant to ethnic minority pupils.

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