How Is Britishness Represented In East Is East, This Is England And Enoch Powell’S Rivers Of Blood Speech?

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Edward G

 

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June 18, 2016

 

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The ideal british citizen would be typically white, with all their ancestors and relatives coming from nowhere else but Britain. They are all ‘hard working’, attend the church of England, have a fry up every morning, drink tea, visit their local on a regular basis and are exceedingly patriotic for their mighty island nation, continuing to fight with their bull dog determination...
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However, if people do not fit into such a stereotype, then the traditional image of Britain is threatened by change and diversity; and people who live up to the British ideal feel threatened also. This is how racism is created within a society. Both This is England and east is east portray in different ways the effects and reactions of what happens when people of a different cultural background choose to live out their ethnic cultured lifestyle within Britain, where as this is England focuses on the gang culture fuelled by hate that has been generated by the intrusion of immigrants into ‘their’ country...
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