Ambiguous Ethnicity Interracial Families in London. Author: Susan Benson

Ambiguous Ethnicity Interracial Families in London. Author: Susan Benson

  • Author: Susan Benson
  • Date Published: January 1982
  • access: Available
  • structure: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521297691

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In a culture where battle is an important part of social identification and exerts an essential impact on social relationships, the issues faced by partners whom get into ‘mixed’ marriages are specifically hard. The book is a research for the individual records and everyday life of a number that is small of families located in and around Brixton, south London, during the early 1970s. Dr Benson sets the circumstances that confront these families in the context of wider attitudes that are british competition, color and miscegenation because they developed in the long run. She contends that partners are obliged to create a constant group of alternatives between ‘black’ and ‘white’ for the duration of their everyday everyday lives. By way of a conversation among these alternatives and of the facets which lead people to get into a married relationship that could be regarded with a few disapproval, the guide explores just how individuals in London thought and felt about battle, color and social identification. Continue reading “Ambiguous Ethnicity Interracial Families in London. Author: Susan Benson”