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Synonyms for ethnic

Synonyms for ethnic

a person who is a member of an ethnic group

denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people

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not acknowledging the God of Christianity and Judaism and Islam

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Kostov argues that until the late 1940s, Macedonian immigrants in Toronto held a strong ethnic Bulgarian identity (4).
Drawing upon large representative datasets and surveys of studies of ethnic conflicts, Vanhanen convincingly proves that ethnic heterogeneity explains about 66% of ethnic conflict (Vanhanen 2012, 71).
8220;The ethnic population in Canada continues to grow and will be a focal point of interest for companies to grow their products and services.
She urged the government to pass "necessary laws or amend laws to protect the rights of ethnic nationalities," and said: "Protecting minority rights required more than just maintaining ethnic languages and cultures".
If the current demographic rates are preserved, the Center has estimated that in 2100 there will be only 300 000 ethnic Bulgarians in Bulgaria, 8 million Roma, and 1.
We wouldn't be doing our jobs if we weren't paying attention to ethnic media," Chuang says.
The probability of having ethnic Albanian voters coming out to vote is between 50-35 percent, which is a very low percent compared to the response of Macedonian voters.
One can well understand the Maoist compulsions if only because the Maoist party is - or was - also a coalition of disgruntled ethnic groups which the party leadership successfully exploited to achieve its goals (have they though?
The audit provides a rich picture of the different elements of media literacy across television, radio, the internet and mobile phones amongst ethnic minority groups.
Gallup observed similar support and similar gaps by ethnicity when respondents were asked whether they approve of the country's leadership: 82% of ethnic Malays said they approved of their country's leadership, compared with 57% of ethnic Chinese and 67% of ethnic Indians who said the same.
The US-led invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq in 2001 and 2003 have led to the development and escalation of twin civil wars between ethnic groups in each country.
Ethnic identity is both a historical and a local affair.
Increasing numbers of racial and ethnic minorities, women, and older workers are entering the U.
Women with diabetes have an increased risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes, but the level of risk associated with the condition varies by racial and ethnic group, according to an analysis of births in New York City.
It was anticipated that alter initially forming exclusive ethnic communities, immigrants would eventually integrate into the wider population after a period of cultural adjustment.