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Between Cultures: Continuity and Change in the Lives of Young Asians (edition 1998)

by Muhammad Anwar

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Title:Between Cultures: Continuity and Change in the Lives of Young Asians
Authors:Muhammad Anwar
Info:Routledge (1998), Paperback, 232 pages
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Between Cultures: Continuity and Change in the Lives of Young Asians by Muhammad Anwar

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Between Cultures considers the position of young Asians in Britain in relation to education, employment, housing, the police and the responses they encounter from these institutions. It explores the cultural issues of family, marriage, religion and mother tongue, and the roles of Asian parents and the Asian community are analysed. Muhammad Anwar goes on to compare the situation of young Asians with that of young people generally, and to those in similar circumstances but with different backgrounds and religions.

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