ethnicize

ethnicize

To make something, for example a police force, more representative of the diverse ethnic groups that make up a society.
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Thus, cartographical "scientific evidence" was provided to ethnicize environmental conservation as an indigenous cultural preservation issue.
For the time being, marinate fish fillets in a revised way, ethnicize them with the ancient aromas of India, cover with breadcrumbs and pan-fry in sizzling butter.
But such hierarchy fueled, at the first sight of weakness on behalf of the leading state, further efforts to ethnicize smaller communities.
As Denis Natali, on page 58 of her book "The Kurds and the States: Evolving the National Identity in Iraq, Turkey and Iran," pointed out: "As the Iraqi state petrolized, the political elite started to ethnicize essential oil-rich Kurdish territories.
Rather than reading the narrative "I" as a figure of the text, they might choose to read the text as though it were a figuration of the narrative "I," that is, as though the text were an enunciation made by a narrator whom some acts choose to ethnicize.
The mobility of millions of people has stimulated a number of nation-states such as Germany, Hungary, and Romania to ethnicize their migration policies in a way that approved of the arrival of coethnic immigrants, but disapproved of the status of existing immigrants.
We are known as the color cosmetics company, and we are going to ethnicize," he stresses.
The essay Kasian introduces in this way, "De-Othering Jek Communists", bristles with suggestive ideas about the way "Thainess" was used to ethnicize opposition into "non-Thainess", the way communists, usually in a double marginality as half-assimilated Chinese, sought to combat this process through translations and the use of Thai poetry to domesticate radical ideas.
After achieving that, they ethnicize and limit the appointment of academic and other staff exclusively to people from the core states from Northern Nigeria.
Finally, Labelle identifies the following critiques of the Quebec interculturalism model: first, it would be based on an under-estimation by the government of Quebec of inequalities and discrimination and the tendency not to devote sufficient attention to this problem in its policy initiative; second, the Quebec state's categorization tends to ethnicize its citizens.
It is also easy for a leader to ethnicize his mandate by his policies and actions.
Overall, the program helped to ethnicize Atlantic Canadian universities, which then more effectively reflected and promoted the ethnic diversity of the region.