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HOW JUSTIFIED ARE THE CRITIQUES OF MULTICULTURALISM IN THE UK-48424

Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction    3
2.0 Issues on the Multiculturalism in UK    3
3.0 Criticism on the issues    4
4.0 Conclusion    7
Reference List    8

1.0 Introduction
According to Kenanmalik.com (2014), multiculturalism is the development of the normative framework by the state. The main reason for the development of this normative framework is that it provides advancement in the tolerance and advocacy though providing a cultural differential identity within the state.
In the United Kingdom, the approach to develop equilibrium within the multiple races the state has adopted this strategy. According to Robertson (1992), the main reason behind taking this normative framework in UK was the higher number of immigration within the country after the Second World War. The higher number of immigration within the country has increased the cultural diversity within the community.
To handle this higher cultural diversity the UK government has taken race relation policies to develop the broader aspect of the multiculturalism. According to Lund and Carr (2010), the race relation policy taken by the state had a plan to provide the empowerment support to the culturally diversified peoples through social, economical and political establishment support. However, the report by Rosowsky (2010) has shown that this policy has failed to serve the actual purpose within the country.
According to Bhattacharyya et al. (2002), the worst side of the failure is the development of the sponsored politics within the country through influencing the sentiments of the multicultural peoples. Malik (2010) stated that the present UK society is sitting on the fire and the volcano can erupt any times. Anastasiou et al. (2014) though supported this through stating that the unstructured multicultural policy especially from the political point has created this danger for the state. Therefore, throughout this entire study the issues and the criticism on the present views will be done taking the different school of thoughts under considerations.
2.0 Issues on the Multiculturalism in UK
The main criticism what the UK multicultural policy has received is that the policy failed to provide the required support to develop the multicultural identity within the country and this failure has created a communal chaos within the society. According to the report by Thought (2009) in present condition, the state is suffering from two broader issues one is related to the Human Rights and the other one is related to the Identity crisis within the society. In most of the recent racists events happened in the United Kingdom has shown that the unstructured policies has developed such a community that now became a matter of concern for the state. According to a report by Oakland (2014) most of the female abuse incidents has shown that the multicultural policy has been a failure in the United Kingdom.
On the other hand, most of the racist attacks have shown that the societal tolerance to the multicultural society has decreased very significantly due to the lower awareness initiatives from the local and the national authority. According to Ahmed and Donnan (1994) the promotional activities that the local and the national government has taken neither developed the awareness within the community nor helped the culturally diverse peoples to develop an identity within the state political and social framework. The initiatives taken by the government has only increased the social and the financial burden on the local and the national government.
3.0 Criticism on the issues
According to Malik (2010), the practice of the multiculturalism within the United Kingdom a big failure for the government administration. The latest censuses report has shown that the cultural diversity within the country has increased rapidly than the last 10 years growth. However, till date the white peoples are the dominating the societal and cultural dominance with 86% presence within the community. The following table and the graph will illustrate the very fundamental orientation of the UK community in present time.
Ethnic Group    Participation within the community
White    86%
Asian    7.50%
Black/Carrabin/Africans/Black British     3.40%
Multiple ethnic groups    2.10%
Other ethnic group    1%
Table 1: The Social Orientation within UK society
(Source: Ons.gov.uk,2014)

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Policy review on homelessness in London Docklands-48426

Question:

1. Demonstrate your understanding of key policy debates related to this policy area and where appropriate relevant legislative and policy frameworks

2. Demonstrate an understanding of changing policy interventions and current trends.
3. Demonstrate your understanding of competing theoretical ideas about appropriate policy intervention.
4. The review should demonstrate a detailed knowledge of that area. Focus on one specific issue.

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What are the causes of family violence in London-Research Proposal-48427

Introduction

Title

“What are the causes of family violence in London?”

Background of the research study

Domestic violence is a major social problem which has significant impact on the mental health of victim. Family violence has been occurring in different social levels across the globe regardless of age, sex, and race. The government and the policy makers of most of the countries across the world have considered family violence as a relatively minor issue. The general approach focused on addressing the problem through few social welfare programs. In the last decade, various international women’s organization, government, experts across the world put an effort to enhance public awareness regarding this issue. Several research studies have conducted in order to address the social problem and protect the family members especially women and children. Additionally, few studies have concentrated on identification of the major reasons behind domestic violence. This paper will focus on recognizing the major causes of family violence in London. The research study emphasizes solving the major problem by addressing its root causes.

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Enterprise Information Management-54259

Task 1

Download “data.csv” and “header-description.txt” from CloudDeakin. Produce an Orange loadable file based on your experience in processing the data in the last workshop.

Task 2

Using your knowledge of classification, regression and data exploration, answer the following questions

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Provision of Leisure Services as Private Goods

Question: Should the provision of leisure services be considered as a private good? Using theory discussed in Block 3, outline the arguments as to whether it may be necessary for the government to intervene in the provision of leisure services and comment on any practical limits to government intervention.

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Cadbury marketing strategy assignment-51424

DEVELOP ORGANIZATIONAL MARKETING OBJECTIVES

CADBURY INDIA LIMITED

QUESTAM

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. PROFILE OF CADBURY                                                                                                3

2. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS                                                                                            6

3. LEGAL AND ETHICAL REQUIRMENTS                                                                     6

4. DEVELOPING MARKETING OBJECTIVE                                                                  9

5. RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGY                                                                              10

6. SWOT ANALYSIS OF CADBURY DAIRY MILK                                                        11

    REFERENCES                                                                                                                   13

1. PROFILE OF CADBURY:

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48427-The outline research proposal includes

Question

The outline research proposal includes:

•             the overall research aims (made clear in the title) and the more detailed research objectives;

•             the (brief) background to the research question and the reasons why the research is interesting/important;

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48426- Policy review on homelessness in London Docklands

Question

1. Demonstrate your understanding of key policy debates related to this policy area and where appropriate relevant legislative and policy frameworks

2. Demonstrate an understanding of changing policy interventions and current trends.
3. Demonstrate your understanding of competing theoretical ideas about appropriate policy intervention.
4. The review should demonstrate a detailed knowledge of that area. Focus on one specific issue.

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52110 HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

       SUPPORTING INDEPENDENT LIVING ASSIGNMENT GUIDE

TASK 1Essay           Word count: 1000                                                                                   

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THE REALM OF BIG DATA-Business report assignment-50209

Select a new (developed/implemented from 2012/onwards) E-Business Technology/Application. Discuss the key advantageous features of the technology/application when compared with the alternatives available. As well as the key advantages, identify and discuss key limitations of the technology as well as the risks associated with its implementation

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51307-Drawing on relevant research critically discuss how new media technologies have blurred the lines between media consumers and media producers. How has this phenomenon impacted on media audience research?

Question: Drawing on relevant research critically discuss how new media technologies have blurred the lines between media consumers and media producers. How has this phenomenon impacted on media audience research?

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49927- What does an ethnographic approach to audience research involve? Briefly discuss how this approach compares with other approaches to audience study and briefly outline the strengths and weaknesses of this approach in audience research.

Question: What does an ethnographic approach to audience research involve? Briefly discuss how this approach compares with other approaches to audience study and briefly outline the strengths and weaknesses of this approach in audience research.

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49926-Ross and Nightingale argue ‘audience research is a vehicle for monitoring the impact of both the mediatisation of human senses and the industrialisation of the productive capacity of the media’. Using examples briefly discuss the term mediatisation.

Question : Ross and Nightingale argue ‘audience research is a vehicle for monitoring the impact of both the mediatisation of human senses and the industrialisation of the productive capacity of the media’. Using examples briefly discuss the term mediatisation.

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49808-Briefly discuss arguments for and against using television ratings to measure television audiences. Use examples to substantiate your argument

Question :

Briefly discuss arguments for and against using television ratings to measure television audiences. Use examples to substantiate your argument.

 

 Media audience and analysis

 

Audience analysis is a task that is basically performed by the technical writers in the early stages of the project which involves audiences. The task is all about assessing the audience to make sure that the information provided to them are at appropriate level. Defining audience is an easy job but requires considering the factors like culture, age and the knowledge of the subject. After considering all these factors carefully, a profile of the intended audience is created allowing the writers to write in a manner that the audience understands (Alasuutari & Pertti, 1999).

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