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]
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miscegenation

Interbreeding between people of different racial backgrounds.
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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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(5.) There is evidence that interethnic marriages are more likely to end in divorce (Kalmijn, de Graaf, and Janssen, 2005).
Literature knows several rules determining or at least influencing interethnic marriages. For example, large and isolated groups intermarry less than small and intermixed groups.
As such, the argument runs, they are no different from those intergrated through interethnic marriages. The two sets should thus be added together to give a true picture of societal integration.
They move now towards increasing interethnic marriages.
While the state has no business in the bedrooms of its citizens, it should consider policy measures that would increase interethnic marriages. Creating special and new categories of citizens in attempts to solve social problems affecting some segments of the society is probably not among such measures.
* What accounts for the contradictions between messages in table 2 (integration indicated by the emergence of ethnicity `Canadians') and tables 3 and 4 (integration indicated by interethnic marriages)
* How do interethnic marriages break down into ordinal categories from the least significant from the perspective of integration (say, Anglo-Scottish) to most significant (say, German-Pakistani)