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  1. What is the contrast between tradition and modernity in Britain today?
  2. Are traditions an obstacle to change?

The youngest part of the British population agrees with the Monarchy. All generations seem to agree about the future of the British monarchy. In the past, many people wanted to see Prince William succeed, now they prefer Prince Charles.
Moreover if the population thinks Monarchy is a symbol, a lot of people want to watch films which talk about Monarchy etc. They think it is important to see and to understand the different appearances of the Monarchy.

[...] We detect that with the descendants of immigrants, Black Britons, who have been educated in Britain. So they are really integrated in the British population and now it's not really difficult to integrate the society because England is considerated as a multicultural country. -Are traditions an obstacle to change? What has changed in recent history? of the population in 2011 thinks it's useless to have a monarch. So the point of view of the population has evolued, they think the Monarchy is a symbol of Britain and they realize David Cameron is the head of the government. [...]


[...] -The notion I'm going to deal with is the Idea of Progress; especially modernity and tradition in Britain. -We can suppose what is the contrast between tradition and modernity in Britain today: First and foremost, now, a lot of things are a heritage from the monarchy. The youngest part of the British population agrees with the Monarchy. All generations seem to agree about the future of the British monarchy. In the past, many people wanted to see Prince William succeed, now they prefer Prince Charles. [...]

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