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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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Contexts and Significance: China's Ethnic Music Education
In this book, Karolina Prasad attempts to study how institutions, particularly political parties, play a role in changing ethnic identities in consociational and centripetal polities.
This trend has intensified recently; in 2014, ethnic products comprised fewer than 5% of all hair care product introductions (see chart).
The author proposes that the underlying basis of the conflict is the fact that ethnic Bulgarian, Greek, and Macedonian communities in Canada all claim 'Macedonia' and 'Macedonian' as terms that historically belong to them.
This book examines four key hypotheses: that ethnic heterogeneity within a single political state is positively associated with the degree and intensity of ethnic conflict, that high cultural heterogeneity (based on such measures of as linguistic and religious fragmentation) is positively associated with ethnic conflict, that economic development is negatively associated with ethnic conflict, and that democracy is negatively associated with the same.
For some, the study marked their first step into the ethnic marketplace, while others used it as an opportunity to further the insights of their already established ethnic research divisions.
It has been found that ethnic consciousness or ethnic identity has been in increase even in the most developed countries of the world.
Suu Kyi called for an end to discrimination against ethnic minorities as part of the "emergence of a genuine democratic country".
Empirically focusing on ethnic cleansing policies carried out by Serbs following the break-up of Yugoslavia, journalist Suljagic seeks to prove a number of general and specific hypotheses concerning the nature of ethnic cleansing.
In her Race, Ethnic and Community Reporting class, Chuang's students follow the city's newspapers, magazines and television and radio stations that cater to particular ethnic groups.
Reconsiderations of the Politics of Ethnic Identity
The rupture of the ethnic Albanian political block will prevent the parties from getting grouped in two fronts to stop the allocation of ethnic Albanian votes, say analysts.