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Race and Ethnicity Terms

3 pages75 viewsFall 2010

Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOCA01H3
Professor
Mc Kinon

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Race and Ethnicity Terms
Caucasian
a member of the peoples traditionally classified as the Caucasian race, esp. those peoples having light to
fair skin
Migration
Moving from one place to another
Immigration
Entering from another place
Intermarriage
marriage between a man and woman of different races, religions, tribes, castes, or ethnic groups, as
between a white and a black or between a Christian and a non-Christian
Cablinasian
the term to describe who one is and where one came from.
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a homogeneous society and resulted from the interaction of individuals and their exposure to common
stimuli.
Filipino
People from Philippines
Ethnocentrism
the belief in the inherent superiority of one's own ethnic group or culture
Territoriality
attachment to or protection of a territory or domain.
Ethnic enclave
An ethnic enclave, or ethnic neighbourhood is a neighbourhood, district, or suburb which retains some
cultural distinction from a larger, surrounding area. Sometimes an entire city may have such a feel.
Usually the enclave revolves around businesses that are run by the members of the community.
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