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ethnic classification, socioeconomic factors mediate the relationship between these classifications and health outcomes. Statistical adjustment for intermediaries can result in biased estimates of the main effects. 11. As with socioeconomic factors, biological

ethnic deportations, national terror, and russification.14 More recent studies have instead focused on the impressive continuity in the Soviet commitment to nation building throughout the entire Stalinist period and beyond.15 However, neither approach gives a satisfactory explanation of the most striking paradox

COMPARATIVE ETHNIC POLITICS (G8427). Spring 2008. David Epstein and Macartan Humphreys M 4:10pm‐6:00pm 711 International Affairs Building

find that ethnic identity is a significant predictor of cultural values, yet that within-group variation in culture trumps between-group variation. Thus, in contrast to a commonly held view, ethnic and cultural diversity are unrelated. We explore the correlates of cultural diversity and of the overlap between

ethnic Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, and members of other Muslim minority groups. These abuses include the arbitrary detention of more than 1,000,000 Uyghurs, ethnic Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, and members of other Muslim minority groups, separation of working age adults from children and the elderly, and the integration of forced labor into supply chains.

Within the psychology workforce, the mean age for women (47.6 years) was almost seven years younger than the mean age for men (54.4 years). More young, racial/ethnic minority psychologists have been entering the workforce. Racial/ethnic minorities accounted for a small proportion of the psychology workforce (16 percent in 2016).

Sri Lanka: Ethnic Fratricide and the Dismantling of Democracy (University of Chicago Press 1991) 93-102. 7. Michael Roberts, ‘Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka and Sinhalese Perspectives: Barriers to Accommodation’ (1978) 12 (3) Modern Asian Studies 353. 8. Roshan de Silva Wijeyeratne, Nation, Constitutionalism and Buddhism in Sri Lanka

Ethnic diversity of the NT world At one level, the NT divides the world into two groups, Jews and Gentiles. These two groups represent religious-racial division. But within the “Gentile” group, there is a great deal of diversity. There is cultural diversity: “Greeks and barbarians” (Rom 1:14); “barbarian, Scythian” (Col 3:11) There is ethnic/racial diversity

the African continent there are numerous ethnic groups (sometimes called tribes) such as the Ashanti, the Igbo (or Ibo), the Zulu, and the Yoruba, just to name a few. All of the ethnic groups would be in the same racial category—Black—but have more or less differing worldviews, customs, rituals, and practices.

cognitive ability tests in selection and likely levels of adverse impact. However, such analyses do not suggest uniformly high or low levels of cognitive ability for all individuals in various groups. It is generally acknowledged that the high level of variability within an ethnic group is

language and a broad cultural identity but have distinct ethnic identities associated with a diff erent language and history. Ethnic groups in the United States are examples of this. . . . Defi nitions of Culture and the Invisibility of One’s Own Culture 3 Anthropologists and other scholars continue to debate the meaning of this term.

Programs and laws regarding ethnic kin are not absent in other post-communist states, but I am limiting my focus to those explicitly recognizing non-citizen ethnic kin in their laws and targeting these individuals for specific engagement programs and benefits. 3 Rogers Brubaker, Ethnicity Without Groups (Cambridge: Harvard University Press), 2004.