GREAT BRITAIN

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GREAT BRITAIN by Mind Map: GREAT BRITAIN

1. INTERCULTURALITY

1.1. Intercontinental immigration, for its colonial history and the creation of the Commonwealth.

1.1.1. Group constructions are based on: Skin color "Intercultural conflicts" Christian majority society.

2. LANGUAGES

2.1. English - 95% of the population. Welsh Scottish

2.1.1. Indigenous languages Indo-European subfamilies: Germanic, Celtic, Romance, and non-native languages.

3. POLITICAL SYSTEM

3.1. Constitutional monarchy Queen is Queen Elizabeth II with National and regional powers.

3.1.1. Parlamentary Elections Every five years=General elections

4. LOCATION

4.1. Refers to the whole of England, Scotland and Wales in combination. Population: 63 786 000 inhabitants.

4.1.1. Density Approximately 277 inhabitants / km² Location: Northwestern

5. TRANSCULTURATION

5.1. -Mixed or multiple ethnic groups -Black, African, Caribbean, or British Black -Influence of other cultures, Cuisine (Indian cuisine), quarters (Indian, Pakistani and Chinese), Hindu temples, celebrations (Notting Hill Carnival by Afro-Caribbean people), mosques (Muslim).

6. ETHNIC GROUPS

6.1. 8% of the population of Great Britain comes from different ethnic groups.

6.2. The largest ethnic groups are: -Indians -Pakistanis -Caribbean -Africans -Bangladeshis

7. AUTEUR: CARMEN ESMERALDA MATEO CRUZ.

8. PLURICULTURALITY

8.1. The UK organizes communities, implying segregation, but tends for emigrants to end up being British the citizens.

9. MULTICULTURALISM

9.1. The need to reinforce and redefine the British identity to make it inclusive.

9.2. -62% of those interviewed considered that the encounter of different cultures is positive. -32% said that the arrival of so many immigrants "threatens the way of life of the country." -54% felt that "parts of the country no longer feel British due to immigration.