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The British: People from worldwide origins - Birgit Lonnemann
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`We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.` This quotation taken from George Orwell`s essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being `Englishsorrybritish` - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the last few months. A lot of people seem to be quite confused about their identity, about who they are and where they belong. But using the words `English` and `British` interchangeably is, in my opinion, not very fair - especially with regard to the inhabitants of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In fact, the so-called United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland comprises four different indigenous nations: English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish. And considering the fact that the British Isles (cf. map 1, page 2) - of which the United Kingdom3 is a part - have attracted settlers and immigrants for several centuries, it is not surprising that the contemporary British are a very diverse people, or - as is stated in the title of my paper - people from worldwide origins. The question arises whether the majority of people in the United Kingdom consider themselves to be British or rather to be English, Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish or part of any other community often referred to as a so-called ethnic minority group. The British: People from worldwide origins: `We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.` This quotation taken from George Orwell`s essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being `Englishsorrybritish` - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the last few months. A lot of people seem to be quite confused about their identity, about who they are and where they belong. But using the words `English` and `British` interchangeably is, in my opinion, not very fair - especially with regard to the inhabitants of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In fact, the so-called United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland comprises four different indigenous nations: English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish. And considering the fact that the British Isles (cf. map 1, page 2) - of which the United Kingdom3 is a part - have attracted settlers and immigrants for several centuries, it is not surprising that the contemporary British are a very diverse people, or - as is stated in the title of my paper - people from worldwide origins. The question arises whether the majority of people in the United Kingdom consider themselves to be British or rather to be English, Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish or part of any other community often referred to as a so-called ethnic minority group., GRIN Verlag

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`We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.` This quotation taken from George Orwell`s essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being `Englishsorrybritish` - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the last few months. A lot of people seem to be quite confused about their identity, about who they are and where they belong. But using the words `English` and `British` interchangeably is, in my opinion, not very fair - especially with regard to the inhabitants of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In fact, the so-called United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland comprises four different indigenous nations: English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish. And considering the fact that the British Isles (cf. map 1, page 2) - of which the United Kingdom3 is a part - have attracted settlers and immigrants for several centuries, it is not surprising that the contemporary British are a very diverse people, or - as is stated in the title of my paper - people from worldwide origins. The question arises whether the majority of people in the United Kingdom consider themselves to be British or rather to be English, Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish or part of any other community often referred to as a so-called ethnic minority group. The British: People From Worldwide Origins: `We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.` This quotation taken from George Orwell`s essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being `Englishsorrybritish` - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the last few months. A lot of people seem to be quite confused about their identity, about who they are and where they belong. But using the words `English` and `British` interchangeably is, in my opinion, not very fair - especially with regard to the inhabitants of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In fact, the so-called United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland comprises four different indigenous nations: English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish. And considering the fact that the British Isles (cf. map 1, page 2) - of which the United Kingdom3 is a part - have attracted settlers and immigrants for several centuries, it is not surprising that the contemporary British are a very diverse people, or - as is stated in the title of my paper - people from worldwide origins. The question arises whether the majority of people in the United Kingdom consider themselves to be British or rather to be English, Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish or part of any other community often referred to as a so-called ethnic minority group., GRIN Verlag

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'We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.' This quotation taken from George Orwell's essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being 'Englishsorrybritish' - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the l 'We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.' This quotation taken from George Orwell's essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being 'Englishsorrybritish' - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the last few months. A lot of people seem to be quite confused about their identity, about who they are and where they belong. But using the words 'English' and 'British' interchangeably is, in my opinion, not very fair - especially with regard to the inhabitants of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In fact, the so-called United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland comprises four different indigenous nations: English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish. And considering the fact that the British Isles (cf. map 1, page 2) - of which the United Kingdom3 is a part - have attracted settlers and immigrants for several centuries, it is not surprising that the contemporary British are a very diverse people, or - as is stated in the title of my paper - people from worldwide origins. The question arises whether the majority of people in the United Kingdom consider themselves to be British or rather to be English, Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish or part of any other community often referred to as a so-called ethnic minority group. Foreign Languages, Reference & Language, The British: People from worldwide origins~~ Birgit Lonnemann~~Foreign Languages~~Reference & Language~~9783640200825, en, The British: People from worldwide origins, Birgit Lonnemann, 9783640200825, GRIN Verlag, 01/01/2008, , , , GRIN Verlag, 01/01/2008

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'We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.' This quotation taken from George Orwell's essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being 'Englishsorrybritish' - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the l 'We call our islands by no less than six different names, England, Britain, Great Britain, the British Isles, the United Kingdom and, in very exalted moments, Albion.' This quotation taken from George Orwell's essay England, Your England (1941) clearly shows that the names quoted above are often used as synonyms, although they patently are not. So it is no surprise that some people define themselves as being 'Englishsorrybritish' - a term which occurred in the newspapers several times over the last few months. A lot of people seem to be quite confused about their identity, about who they are and where they belong. But using the words 'English' and 'British' interchangeably is, in my opinion, not very fair - especially with regard to the inhabitants of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In fact, the so-called United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland comprises four different indigenous nations: English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish. And considering the fact that the British Isles (cf. map 1, page 2) - of which the United Kingdom3 is a part - have attracted settlers and immigrants for several centuries, it is not surprising that the contemporary British are a very diverse people, or - as is stated in the title of my paper - people from worldwide origins. The question arises whether the majority of people in the United Kingdom consider themselves to be British or rather to be English, Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish or part of any other community often referred to as a so-called ethnic minority group. Europe, People and Places, Non-Fiction, The British: People from worldwide origins~~ Birgit Lonnemann~~Europe~~People and Places, Non-Fiction~~9783640200825, en, The British: People from worldwide origins, Birgit Lonnemann, 9783640200825, GRIN Verlag, 01/01/2008, , , , GRIN Verlag, 01/01/2008

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