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ethnic

, ethnical
1. relating to or characteristic of a human group having racial, religious, linguistic, and certain other traits in common
2. relating to the classification of mankind into groups, esp on the basis of racial characteristics
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Future research could compare if ethnic identity remains important for native adolescents in Spain in a context where there is no interaction with ethnic minorities.
Contexts and Significance: China's Ethnic Music Education
Keywords: ethnic media, stereotyping, diasporic communities, Indian Americans, survey
One exception to this is with Korean immigrants [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] who are a recognized migrant ethnic minority in China.
The Wellbeing Budget provides $9.4 million over four years to strengthen our ethnic communities.
The genesis of this conflict is rooted in negative ethnicity, the ideology of all our ethnic community politics that propel leaders to seek the leadership of their ethnicities and clans as a base of reaching national leadership.
AMMA further reported 11 of the dead were ethnic Amharas while the rest were ethnic Gumuz, with both sides using blunt weapons and modern firearms during the clashes.
The function of ethnic labeling in the Gospel of John, contends Penwell, is to enable the author to assert a trans-ethnic identity for the followers of Jesus.
* 32% would be willing to pay extra for authentic ethnic fare.
Leaders and people belonging to ethnic minorities of Afghanistan have serious reservations that the proposed news identity cards would mention all citizens as 'Afghan' which would be tantamount to the dilution of their ethnic and cultural identity.
The areas of possible cooperation within the government's program "Forty Steps to the New Era" were discussed, particularly in integration of citizens of the country into one political entity with preservation and development of ethnic, language, cultural diversity.
The traditional approach to defining ethnic retailing was developed by sociologists and anthropologists from the perspective of entrepreneurship and in the context of ethnic economy.