Citizens of this Country: The Asian-British
Many white British believe that Asian families are likely to experience critical conflicts as their young people grow to adult-hood in a new and different society: what do parents and young people in the families themselves think about this? And, correspondingly, what do they think about their white-British fellow citizens?
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Survey and Sample
The Marriage Question
Life in the New Country
Changing Customs and Personal Identity
Predictions and Opinions
Citizens of this Country
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