Ethnicity

Cultural values and norms which distinguish the members of a given group from others. An ethnic group is one whose members share a distinct awareness of a common cultural identity, separating them from other groups around them. In virtually all societies ethnic differences are associated withvariations in power and material wealth. Where ethnic dif...
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ethnicity

[n] - an ethnic quality or affiliation resulting from racial or cultural ties
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Ethnicity

a shared cultural heritage
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ethnicity

noun an ethnic quality or affiliation resulting from racial or cultural ties; `ethnicity has a strong influence on community status relations`
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ethnicity

(from the article `anthropology`) Ethnicity refers to the identification of a group based on a perceived cultural distinctiveness that makes the group into a `people.` This ... ...and political groups in pre-Columbian Northern America is also problematic, not least because definitions of what constitutes an ethnic group or a ....
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ethnicity

ethnicity 1. Belonging to an ethnic group. 2. Ethnic traits in general.
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ethnicity

People's own sense of cultural identity; a social term that overlaps with such concepts as race, nation, class, and religion. Social scientists use the term ethnic group to refer to groups or societies who feel a common sense of identity, often based on a traditional shared culture, language, religion, and customs. It may or may not include...
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ethnicity

an affiliation resulting from racial or cultural ties
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