nonethnic

nonethnic

(ˌnɒnˈɛθnɪk)
adj
not related to a specific ethnicity
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Sambanis, Nicholas (2001) "Do ethnic and nonethnic civil wars have the same causes?
took the lead in patiently containing Soviet expansion, eventually the Soviet Union would succumb to its internal contradictions--namely a repressive political structure, an inefficient economic system, and a forced union of Russian-dominated, nonethnic Russian nationalities.
Influences of ethnic and nonethnic variables on the career decision-making self-efficacy of college students.
Sovietization included a more or less voluntary adoption of the Russian language by non-Russians and other elements of pre-1917 Russification but aimed more ambitiously at transforming all aspects of human existence from social and gender roles to culture and religion, even legal norms and everyday speech, with the ultimate aim of creating a nonethnic identity as a Soviet human being.
While contemporary incest can exist in a purportedly nonethnic, working-class "white trash" household on Roseanne, Barr's memoir casts the incestuous undertones of her daughter's relationship as akin to the Jewish past intruding upon the present.
It has an expanded chapter on nonethnic cultures to include people with disabilities, immigrants and refugees, and the culture of commerce.
There he considers the "genocidal quality" of nonethnic mass killings in the war of annihilation.
The have the resources to live in nonethnic (spatial-assimilation) suburbs.
It appears that they either underreported for the Karen and Kachin, perhaps seeing these two groups as politically problematic, or that these two groups might actually be attracted to nonethnic parties.
Yong argues that they have a choice "to allow nonethnic (read: white) Evangelicals to continue to set the theological agenda that minimizes or marginalizes their perspectives, or to assert why the historicity and particularity of the Asian American history and experience" matters for evangelical theology (97).
There were students from the Fo Guang Shan's Guangming College (all nonethnic Chinese, and all scholars).
First, the National Liberation Front of Angola (FNLA) led by Holden Roberto, originally perceived as an ethnic group, eventually moved towards a nonethnic nationalist-conservative position and became the favored group of the United States.