nonminority

nonminority

(ˌnɒnmaɪˈnɒrɪtɪ)
adj
(Sociology) US not belonging to an ethnic minority
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(1)) Suppose also that the state's new law has a disparate racial impact: that it affects a higher proportion of minority than nonminority citizens.
Moreover, the authors offer the Meyerhoff Scholars Program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), a nonminority institution, as an effective, evidenced-based model applicable to various institutions.
Researchers wish to understand the health disparities that exist between minority and nonminority groups and to examine the long-term effects of attending racially segregated versus integrated schools.
In particular, MEPS respondents in the West South Central census division reported less increase in use, especially for nonminority sample members, compared with other areas.
There also is the problem that, as Democrats become more closely identified with identity politics, nonminority voters may swing even more decisively to Republicans--continuing the trend we saw in 2016.
The analysis concluded minority and female entrepreneurs earn substantially and significantly less than their nonminority male counterparts in the State of Maryland market area.
Minority-owned community banks were hit particularly hard during the 2008 financial crisis, as evidenced by higher rates of failures and closures relative to nonminority bank peers.
A multicenter study of burnout, depression, and quality of life in minority and nonminority US medical students.
It aims to provide a provide a non-exoticising, nonminority platform to promote independent knowledge and knowledge by young and graduate-level academics, thereby bridging the gap between activist circles and academia."
Additionally, Secretary Pritzker emphasized how minority-owned enterprises, which are twice as likely to export their products as nonminority firms, are uniquely positioned to benefit with the enactment of Trans-Pacific Partnership.
This instrument was used to gather background information such as gender (0 = women, 1 = men), minority status (0 = nonminority, 1 = minority), sexual orientation (0 = homosexual/bisexual, 1 = heterosexual), educational level (years), number of prescribed medications, and age (date of interview--date of birth).
In part, the statement, calling upon medical schools to diversify, said, "Cultivating a diverse workforce is pivotal to ameliorating health disparities, as minority physicians are more likely than nonminority physicians to work in areas with higher proportions of Black and Latino populations, see Medicaid and uninsured patients, and conduct research about health disparities."