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an ethnic quality or affiliation resulting from racial or cultural ties

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African American women are more likely to be satisfied with aspects of their faces (nose, eyes, lips, and cheeks) than are other ethnicities, while Hispanic women are much less likely to be happy with aspects of their faces versus non-Hispanics.
They substituted 'African' racial identity for a multiplicity of ethnicities.
We call for the university to allow Dr Nafafe to continue in his role as a teacher and researcher in ethnicities.
According to the article by Tahu Kukutai and Robert Didham, people are increasingly choosing to identify "New Zealander" as one of their ethnicities.
The likelihood was also significantly lower among respondents of "other" races and ethnicities than among blacks (0.
All have been deemed minorities within nation states where in one way or another the claim is made that political society can be held together only by common ethnicities, religious beliefs, and cultural practices.
14) While contributing to the image of American pluralism and to the articulation of diasporic Islam, Arab Muslims, like Muslims of other ethnicities, faced the stigma of outsiderness.
We've seen a tot of mixing of ethnicities in our Croatian university.
Here in our predominantly white community, it is especially important to remember to respect diversity and to write our newspaper features for people of all ethnicities who might be reading the paper.
This is particularly true of women of different races and ethnicities who hold communal values.
In his view, ethno-federalism, along the lines of what existed in the Soviet Union, but with greater guarantees of power sharing, democracy, and individual rights, can best ensure that multiple ethnicities will be fairly represented.
Hearing idioms and familiar expressions of the different family members and hearing about their foods, ways of preparing them, their music, songs, musical instruments, and storytelling activities - all of this helps to inscribe readers into what it means to be growing up between two particular ethnicities.
I will not rely exclusively on theoretical arguments to determine whether what currently prevails in the world is in fact absolute individualism (either triumphant or desperate), generalized deterritorialization, the abolition of differences between real and virtual thought, or, on the contrary, whether it represents a backlash of collective identities and an increase in barriers and segregation (one must also include in the mix the development of metissages, new ethnicities or syncretic identities invented every day in urban, working-class neighborhoods throughout the postnational and postcolonial world).
According to the melting-pot metaphor, assimilation involved the fine-grained intermingling of diverse ethnicities and cultures into a single national "alloy.
Disney Channel has taken the symbol of the world's most famous mouse and translated it into product that showcases real life experiences for kids of all ethnicities and their families.