Communities, Networks, and Ethnic Politics

Communities, Networks, and Ethnic Politics

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This study explores ethnic community political participation in local politics in a North West British town. The analysis is located within the framework of the shift from Fordism to post-Fordism. After 1977 the shift from Fordism to post-Fordism brought about a decline in ethnic political participation. While conferment of citizenship secured their right to stay in Britain, the rise in consumerism undermined the manufacturing sector on which they depended for work. With no ethnic political identity today, these communities are again politically disadvantaged.However, the refusal of the students to do the interviewing ensured that I would have to do most of the interviewing myself and ... When I realised that I would have to do the bulk of the interviewing, I decided against translating the questions into Gujarati and/or Urdu. ... that no Hindu interviewer could interview a Muslim; no Hindu student could ask anyone but his father to answer personal questions aboutanbsp;...

Title:Communities, Networks, and Ethnic Politics
Author: Ken Hahlo
Publisher:Avebury - 1998-01-01

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