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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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Contested Ethnic Identity successfully demonstrates that individual immigrants along with community elites contested Macedonian identity through history, language, control of local churches, and even disputed the heritage of prewar Bulgarian immigrants from Macedonia (232).
Ethnic Conflicts makes an important original contribution by presenting a uniquely detailed discussion explaining ethnic conflicts in terms of genetics, and by suggesting how these conflicts might be resolved.
The study brought to light some interesting figures surrounding ethnic Canadians.
The high poverty rates in ethnic states clearly indicate that development in ethnic regions is not satisfactory and ethnic conflicts in these regions have not ceased," she said.
9 million ethnic Bulgarians, 800 000 ethnic Turks, and 60 000 ethnic Roma.
On the other hand, Professor Imer Ismaili wonders whether it is worth to continue voting for ethnic Albanian parties.
One of the basic questions that prop up when the country is divided into provinces bearing ethnic names is who rules these provinces?
Ofcom says that the age profile of the ethnic minority groups is significantly younger than the UK population overall, which is a key factor contributing to higher take-up among them.
These gaps may reflect constant frustration that ethnic Chinese and Indians feel toward affirmative action policies that grant the ethnic Malay majority privileges in business and education.
Although a number of engagement strategies and intervention tactics have been utilized in various countries, there is still no comprehensive strategy for how international actors ought to approach an impending or ongoing ethnic conflict.
In any case, ethnic identity, whatever its forms, does not have its roots in unchanging race or immutable tradition, and is inseparable from change and its historical and literary invention.