nonethnic

nonethnic

(ˌnɒnˈɛθnɪk)
adj
not related to a specific ethnicity
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It is therefore hard to imagine that declining ethnic majorities will abandon nationalism, and the pretense that it is nonethnic will become increasingly thin.
Regarding ethnic media, it is also unclear what is outside it: Nonethnic media is rarely defined.
Asreportedinthemedia,the CA1's most important Committee onStateRestructuringand RedistributionofStatePowers, headedbyMaoistsupremo Prachanda,haduptoits126th meetinghadagreedbased onconsensustoproposeto thefullhousetwoparallel recommendations, one for "nonethnic"7provincesproposed byNCandUMLmembersin thecommitteeandanotherof 12ethnicity-basedprovinces championedbytheMaoists.
Racial/ethnic variations in the main and buffering effects of ethnic and nonethnic supports on depressive symptoms among five ethnic immigrant groups in Toronto.
Sambanis, Nicholas (2001) "Do ethnic and nonethnic civil wars have the same causes?
(27) By labeling a music form ethnically, such as "Irish ballads," "Negro spirituals," or "Native American chanting," composers and publishers distinguish these songs from those nonethnic and therefore more representative songs of the homogeneous "nation." (28) Ironically Tin Pan Alley songs, such as Harry P.
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.
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.