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ethnic

 [eth´nik]
pertaining to a social group whose members share cultural bonds or physical (racial) characteristics.

ethnic

/eth·nic/ (eth´nik) pertaining to a group sharing cultural bonds or physical characteristics.

ethnic

(ĕth′nĭk) [Gr. ethnikos, of a nation]
Concerning groups of people within a cultural system who desire or are given a distinct classification based on traits such as religion, culture, language, or appearance.
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I argue that Chinese music education might also be guided by the national policies, and I discuss how political ideologies affect the ways that Chinese ethnic minority's music is represented in the national music textbooks.
Despite the book's notable strengths in its theoretical approach and methods of analysis, what is missing is the role of ethnic and cultural institutions in reifying ethnic identities.
If trends continue, general hair care products will maintain steady growth in price, in both list and retail, while ethnic products' prices will remain relatively flat.
Contested Ethnic Identity includes an intriguing assessment of the role of Bulgarian, Greek, and Macedonian scholarship in disseminating history to their respective populations.
Ethnic groups can be defined as relatively homogenous populations which have been inbreeding and either genetically or culturally different for long enough (often due to geographical separation) to develop the feeling that they are a separate family from other populations.
Their North American division specializes in ethnic research, including a 15,000 member online ethnic consumer panel, the Ethnic Voice Accord.
Some supporters of Suu Kyi have called for her to revive talk of a so-called Panglong agreement that would grant ethnic groups more extensive power-sharing in Myanmar's political system, or even the right to secede.
Aside from preparing young reporters for a changing journalism job market, proponents say, incorporating ethnic media into journalism classes and into institutions' culture can expand students' perspectives and change perceptions.
say that immigrant ethnic congregations in the United States are a unique subset of voluntary associations where religious, ethnic, and migration considerations intersect.
Even if we have free elections at which the ethnic Albanian votes would not be lost, the victory will be again won by the Macedonian side," said Ismaili.
One of the basic questions that prop up when the country is divided into provinces bearing ethnic names is who rules these provinces?
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.