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changing character of the religions of the ethnic minorities of Asian origin in Britain
|Series||Community Religions Project research papers -- 11., Community Religions Project research papers -- n.s., 11|
|Contributions||University of Leeds. Dept. of Theology and Religious Studies., Leverhulme Project|
|LC Classifications||BV639.M56 K66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
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The changing character of the religions of ethnic minorities of Asian origin in Britain: Final Report of a Leverhulme Project.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article. The changing character of the religions of ethnic minorities of Asian origin in Britain: Final Report of a Leverhulme Project. By Kim Knott. Topics: BL Religion. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: Author: Kim Knott. The changing character of the religions of ethnic minorities of Asian origin in Britain: Final Report of a Leverhulme Project Knott, K.
In: Community Religions Occupation: Professor. Ethnic Minorities in Britain: Diversity and Disadvantage. A major study on the experiences of ethnic minorities in Britain, reporting on changes in key fields such as family, employment patterns, income, health and health services, racial harassment and cultural identity.
Race, race relations and immigration policies. Historically, Britain has received waves of immigrants of diverse descent for a multitude of reasons. Yet, post-World War II period, particularly during mid’s, ’s and ’s, witnessed unprecedented influx into major industrial cities for reconstruction efforts.
Ethnic minorities ask: 'How did Great Britain become Little England?' causing alarm about increasing racial, religious and ethnic tensions. In. UK population by ethnicity In the Census, % of people in England and Wales said they were White British, and % were from ethnic minorities.
Everyone completing the Census was asked to choose from a list of ethnic groups. The United Kingdom is composed of people of varying ethnicities.
The largest ethnic group is White British and various other minority ethnic groups make up the rest. Ethnicity in the United Kingdom is formally recorded at a national level at each census.
The United Kingdom census recorded a reduced share of White British people in the United Kingdom since the census preceding it in With the general election, the Parliament of the United Kingdom reported that the number of ethnic minority MPs increased by nearly three-quarters, to a total of The first three Muslim female MPs were elected.
All ethnic minority MPs were either Labour (15) or Conservative (11). White European (65%) are predominantly Christians, mostly Anglican while 25% have no religion. The unemployment rate among the White European is lower than the other ethnic group.
The White European also dominates other ethnic groups in the political, social and economic sectors in the Great : John Misachi.