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Shrinking society
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Shrinking society

Church-going is declining. Among migrant communities, it is still strong. But for the second and third generation the attractions of active religion are also less.   Steve Latham   Before the atheists get too excited, however, they need to reflect that the same phenomenon is occurring among political parties and […]

Capitalist multiculturalism
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Capitalist multiculturalism

This week The Prisma holds a debate on multiculturalism, and asks whether multiculturalism has failed, and whether it still has something positive to contribute to society.  . Steve Latham . I don’t want to prejudge that debate here, although it is an important issue; and certainly I am a supporter […]

Class in Britain today
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Class in Britain today

According to the Great British Class Survey, our society is now divided into seven social classes, instead of the traditional three – upper, middle and working class. . Steve Latham . A research project organised by the BBC and several universities has drawn on empirical findings, using data about cultural […]