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Welcome To Britain

Author : Jan Williams
ISBN : 9783832792817
Genre : Art
File Size : 73.74 MB
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The Caravan Gallery is a mobile exhibition venue and visual arts project run by artists Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale who are on a mission to record the ordinary and extraordinary details of life in 21st century Britain. This is the imagery you won't find in a tourist brochure. From tacky seaside signage and risquA(c) double entendres, to the just plain weird, these tongue-in-cheek vignettes chronicle the perplexities of modern British life. Their focus is everyday eccentricity and the often overlooked. This fresh approach shows just how funny modern "art" can be.
Category: Art

Welcome To Britain Fixing Our Broken Immigration System

Author : Colin Yeo
ISBN : 9781785905780
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 80.75 MB
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Britain thinks of itself as a welcoming country, but the reality has always been different. Migration is viewed benevolently when hypothetical, but heaven forbid anyone should actually try to migrate here. Nicholas Winton famously had to forge papers to smuggle Jewish children into Britain before the Second World War, and hostility to post-war Commonwealth immigration quickly led to limits being imposed. New arrivals were not well treated, and race equality legislation had to be imposed on a grudging populace. As if to prove little has changed, modern immigration policy since 2010 has meant Britain has become a ‘hostile environment’ for migrants, particularly following the exposure of the Windrush scandal in 2018 and successive Tory governments’ strategies to make staying in the country as difficult as possible for people, in the hope that they will just leave. In this innovative and alarming book, blogger and campaigner Colin Yeo exposes the iniquities of an ugly, unfair and failing approach and offers a manifesto for a new immigration system that would roll back the hostile environment laws, consolidate immigration legislation and introduce a statutory time limit on immigration detention.
Category: Social Science

Archaeological Practice In Great Britain

Author : John Schofield
ISBN : 0387094539
Genre : Social Science
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This manual provides a unique ‘user guide’ to practicing archaeology and working in the cultural heritage sector within the diverse settings of Great Britain, comprising of: England, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. As part of their training, archaeologists often seek work in parts of Britain, either for experience before travelling elsewhere, or directly as part of their career progression. While this does involve reading published material on excavation techniques, archaeological theory, and specific heritage management practices, or research using the Internet, the ideal preparation to working in Britain for the first time requires practitioners to know a little about a lot. Currently, there is no single resource which provides that primary resource for budding archaeologists. Archaeological Practice in Great Britain will provide just such a resource: presented in an accessible style, with a comprehensive and up-to-date bibliography and lists of useful websites. Professionals with particular areas of expertise will contribute short sections on particular subjects, incorporated into the main text prepared by the authors. Throughout, the specific contexts and differences between the various component nations and regions of Great Britain will be made clear.
Category: Social Science

Hello Britain

Author : Rebecca Welby
ISBN : 9780954947644
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 47.25 MB
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Aimed at 7 to 12 year old visitors to Britain, the book provides hours of fun, activities and learning for children about Britain, its people and its way of life. Children can write and draw on every page, and when they have finished, send their scores in to the Young Travellers Club to be posted on the online scoreboard.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Britain From The Rails

Author : Vay Le, Julian
ISBN : 9781841629193
Genre : Great Britain
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Britain from the Rails Guide - Travel tips on British rail travel including Wales and Scotland, transportation, local history, Slow travel, regional holidays. This guide also features practical advice on fares and rail lines, secret railways, London, Great Western, local food and restaurants, hotels and B&Bs, culture and festivals, tours. --Publisher
Category: Great Britain

Ginger S Tail

Author : Robert Fielding
ISBN : 9780595761890
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 46.89 MB
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Living and working abroad, through the eyes and ears of a cat, that's silly. Everybody knows cats can't write, don't they? Read on. Find out how little you know about yourself. Read it twice. You've got plenty to learn.
Category: Fiction

The Motherland Calls

Author : Stephen Bourne
ISBN : 9780752490717
Genre : History
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During the Second World War, black volunteers from across the British Empire enthusiastically joined the armed forces and played their part in fighting Nazi Germany and its allies. In the air, sea and on land, they risked their lives, yet very little attention has been given to the thousands of black British, Caribbean and West African servicemen and women who supported the British war effort from 1939–45. Drawing on the author’s expert knowledge of the subject, and many years of original research, The Motherland Calls also includes some rare and previously unpublished photos. Among those remembered are Britain’s Lilian Bader, Guyana’s Cy Grant, Trinidad’s Ulric Cross, Nigeria’s Peter Thomas, Sierra Leone’s Johnny Smythe and Jamaica’s Billy Strachan, Connie Mark and Sam King. The Motherland Calls is a long-overdue tribute to some of the black servicemen and women whose contribution to fighting for peace has been overlooked. It is intended as a companion to Stephen Bourne’s previous History Press book: Mother Country – Britain’s Black Community on the Home Front 1939–45.
Category: History

Digital Sociology

Author : Noortje Marres
ISBN : 9780745684826
Genre : Social Science
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This provocative new introduction to the field of digital sociology offers a critical overview of interdisciplinary debates about new ways of knowing society that are emerging today at the interface of computing, media, social research and social life. Digital Sociology introduces key concepts, methods and understandings that currently inform the development of specifically digital forms of social enquiry. Marres assesses the relevance and usefulness of digital methods, data and techniques for the study of sociological phenomena and evaluates the major claim that computation makes possible a new ‘science of society’. As Marres argues, the digital does much more than inspire innovation in social research: it forces us to engage anew with fundamental sociological questions. We must learn to appreciate that the digital has the capacity to throw into crisis existing knowledge frameworks and is likely to reconfigure wider relations. This timely engagement with a key transformation of our age will be indispensable reading for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in digital sociology, digital media, computing and society.
Category: Social Science