By adopting the British marker of identity they are asserting their political, ideological and cultural heritage as firmly rooted in this country. Through these texts we see that people have no conscience about harming others until they learn the truth about their circumstances.
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In this article, I am critical about the essentialist and stereotypical nature of past research that mostly serves to render invisible the multiplicity of British Asian females' experiences.
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In the absence of a place that reflected who I was, perhaps I could make my own. And how does she score?