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This work explores citizenship and its relationship to Britain's national identity
Compares regional conceptions and variations of welfare in relation to national religious traditions across key parts of Europe. Using comparative case studies, the book examines the transition from research to practical policy recommendations, highlighting the similarities and differences between selected European countries.
By Clair Wills
TLS BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2017 'Generous and empathetic ... opens up postwar migration in all its richness' Sukhdev Sandhu, Guardian 'Groundbreaking, sophisticated, original, open-minded ... essential reading for anyone who wants to understand not only the transformation of British society after the war but also its character today' Piers...
Susan Duxbury-Neumann explores the fascinating story of Britain's German population before the First World War.
An exploration of the diverse forms of cultural and economic exchange which connect Africa to the rest of the global South.
This book addresses some of the many social challenges created by migration flows over the past decades. The volume brings together research from three different fields: economics, sociology and political science.
This is the first book to explore the multiple country movement of migrants of the 'British diaspora' since the 1960s. It is an engaging oral history of migrant experiences and attitudes, based largely on intimate life histories which connect migration to life experiences like love and marriage, radical 'lifestyle' change...