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 Changing class attitudes
Changing class attitudes
Changing Class Attitudes
Laurence Raw

British Studies course materials focusing on aspects of class in Britain by using extracts from primary documents, including social, political and cultural commentaries and photographs.

Book: 107 pages, 280 x 221 mm, ISBN 0-86355-169-6, 9.95

The Media
The Media
The Media
Beth Edginton and Martin Montgomery

Newspaper, magazine, television and radio texts are analysed to explore issues such as the representation of ethnicity, gender and national identity, relationships between the media and their audiences and the media's construction of 'reality'.

Book: 155 pages, 280 x 221 mm, ISBN 0-86355-177-7, 12.95

The country and the city
The country and the city
The Country and the City
Laurence Raw

This book is in four sections which examine the reality, the background, the issues and values associated with country and city in Britain today.

Book: 124 pages, 280 x 221 mm, ISBN 0-86355-76-9, 9.95

British Studies Now (BSN)
British Studies Now (BSN)
British Studies Now (BSN)
Edited by Nick Wadham-Smith

This twenty-page magazine appears twice a year and includes articles by British Studies teachers, news of courses, reviews of events and a British Studies events calendar.

Available free from your nearest British Council office (outside UK) or from
Nick Wadham-Smith, Intercultural Studies, Corporate Affairs, The British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN

British Studies Now Anthology (issues 1 - 5)
British Studies Now
Anthology (issues 1 - 5)
British Studies Now Anthology 1
Edited by Nick Wadham-Smith

The first anthology of British Studies Now (1992 - 95) shows how the British Council became involved in British Studies. It contains 24 articles on language and culture, national identity, history, and interculturalism.

Book: 110 pages, 236 x 165 mm, ISBN 0-86355-293-5, 5.95

British Studies Now anthology 2 (issues 6 - 10)
British Studies Now
Anthology 2 (issues 6 - 10)
British Studies Now Anthology 2
Edited by Nick Wadham-Smith

The second anthology of British Studies Now (1996 - 98) explores new themes such as language and social identity, geography, and contemporary arts. The section Taking a View, brings together fresh insights into central questions about the subject and there are documents from the Re-inventing Britain project, including the original manifesto by Homi K. Bhabha and an introduction given at the London conference by Stuart Hall.

Book: 123 pages, 236 x 165 mm, ISBN 0-86355-410-5, 6.95

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