British Civilization: An Introduction
Routledge, 1998 - 359 pages
A comprehensive introduction to a range of aspects of contemporary Britain, this text includes central and local government, the economy and industry, the law, media, arts, education and religion. This fourth edition has been completely revised and updated. It offers: historical context to late 1990s Britain; a new timeline; updated coverage of the British political picture including discussion of the 1997 General Election; integrated analysis of gender, class and race; insights on the attitudes of the British people to important issues; coverage of Britain in Europe and the world; and critical issues and debates sections at the end of each chapter.
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - ThomasK - LibraryThing
In principle, this is a very intriguing text on what makes Britishness. Chapters range from 'The country' through 'Politics and government' to 'Education' and 'The media', and are able to highlight ... Consulter l'avis complet