miscegenation

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mis·ce·ge·na·tion

(mis'e-jĕ-nā'shŭn),
Marriage or interbreeding of individuals of different races.
[L. misceo, to mix, + genus, descent, race]

miscegenation

Interbreeding between people of different racial backgrounds.

miscegenation

(mĭs″ĕ-jē-nā′shŭn) [L. miscere, to mix, + genus, race]
Sexual relations or marriage between those of different races.
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Such studies also highlight how a wide range of factors--race, ethnicity, class, family history, poverty, age, gender, sexuality, location, appearance, health, etc--mean that racial mixing and mixedness are articulated in a myriad of ways beyond simplistic reductive notions of black/white and either/or binaries.
Despite this posturing, the hope for the future was to see increased racial mixing and "eventual erasure of blackness and indianness from the nation.
In conclusion, the very detailed and analytical examination of hybridity and agency, with adequate literature reviews, makes the book an outstanding contribution to the problem in racial mixing.
Perhaps one of the most significant differences lies in the disparate conceptions of race and racial mixing apparent in each region.
Uncovering the effects of school racial composition on achievement is difficult, because racial mixing in the schools is not an accident but rather represents a complex mixture of government and family choices.
The "gentleman" farmer became obsessed with the notion of racial mixing and once said: "If it is fascist to try and stop that then fascism is a bloody good thing.
Many historians have dismissed this possibility, in large part due to Jefferson's vocal criticism of racial mixing.
Our history of racial mixing is continuing--and accelerating.
Underscoring this view is a Mexican painting that depicts the variety of discrete racial mixing occurring among European, African, and Native American peoples.
But experts say racial mixing is to blame for wiping them out and predict natural selection will turn those with ginger hair into the rarest members of society.
In the book Bardot addresses such issues as racial mixing, immigration, the role of women in politics and Islam.
It does make some points: racial mixing will lead to a future where we would see a more homogeneous, darker people (a most attractive one judging by the looks of Scottish pop star Samantha Mumba, who plays one of the Elois); science in its arrogance can be dangerous.