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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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Sweden, July 31 -- With the Nationwide ceasefire and elections approaching, an average non-Myanmar ethnic nationality will be conjecturing of which one is of the lesser evil, since he has to choose between the two Myanmar groups to be his boss, either the Tatmadaw backed USDP or the pro democratic forces led by NLD?
The basic problem faced by the people of Burma for over five decades is a by-product of conflict of interests over constitutional principles between Myanmar and non-Myanmar ethnic nationals.
Ethnic identity is both a historical and a local affair.
Marketers and retailers have anticipated this situation, and have adapted to accommodate ethnics with lots of ethnic-specific product introductions.
government interned about 120,000 ethnic Japanese living in America, two-thirds of whom were U.S.
Luconi uses these transnational events, and their meaning to Italians in Philadelphia, to argue against the idea that the period was Americanizing moment in which second and third generation ethnics came together in the New Deal Coalition.
In the body of his work, it is clear that Garland's attitudes toward the work of women were influenced by nineteenth-century ideals of womanhood and urban definitions of an appropriate sexual division of labor.(1) Yet observations that immigrant women worked in the fields more commonly than did their native-born counterparts are fairly common, and some historical work suggests their accuracy.(2) Clearly, more research must be done into how ethnic differences influenced definitions of the "appropriate" work of women, both in urban and rural settings.
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.
Keywords: ethnic media, stereotyping, diasporic communities, Indian Americans, survey
Reconsiderations of the Politics of Ethnic Identity
From their origins in California, ethnic studies programs and departments have survived and proliferated throughout the United States.(1) After serious cutbacks during the budgetary crises of the 1970s and 1980s, they are back bigger and stronger than ever.
Because the 1965 immigration reform legislation so changed the ethnic composition of the majority of newcomers, the tendency has been to focus exclusively on these primarily Latin American, Asian and Caribbean flows while the experience of new waves of "old" immigrant groups, such as the Italians, Portuguese and Greeks, are typically overlooked.