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... of many nationalities, naturally forming ethnic enclaves, neighborhoods dominated by one ethnicity ... Migration and the later Second Great Migration and formed ethnic enclaves ... Ethnic enclaves provide inhabitants security in work and social opportunities, but limit economic opportunities, do not encourage the development of English speaking, and keep immigrants in their own ...
... review government policies on European enemy ethnic groups during the war ... government policies directed against European enemy ethnic groups during World War II in the U.S ... Senate passed the Wartime Treatment Study Act, which would examine the treatment of ethnic groups targeted by the U.S ...
... perceived as members of the two most numerous Asian ethnic groups, specifically Chinese and Japanese ... Some factors contributing to the growth of sub-groups such as South Asians and mainland Chinese were higher family sizes, higher use of family-reunification visas, and higher numbers of ... Japanese Americans are among the most widely recognized of Asian American sub-groups ...
... The 2001 Census of Canada provides information about the ethnic composition of English-speaking Canadians ... This "refers to the ethnic or cultural group(s) to which the respondent's ancestors belong" ... Respondents were instructed to specify as many ethnic origins as applicable ...
... The largest ethnic groups represented in the census were Chinese (3.79 million), Filipino (3.41 million), Indian (3.18 million), Vietnamese (1.73 million), Korean (1.7 million), and Japanese (1 ... Other sizable ethnic groups include Pakistani (409,000), Cambodian (276,000), Hmong (260,000), Thai (237,000), Lao (232,000), Taiwanese (230,000), Bangladeshi (147,000), and Burmese (100,000) ... the largest increase of any major racial group during that period ...
Famous quotes containing the words groups and/or ethnic:
“Women over fifty already form one of the largest groups in the population structure of the western world. As long as they like themselves, they will not be an oppressed minority. In order to like themselves they must reject trivialization by others of who and what they are. A grown woman should not have to masquerade as a girl in order to remain in the land of the living.”
—Germaine Greer (b. 1939)
“Caprice, independence and rebellion, which are opposed to the social order, are essential to the good health of an ethnic group. We shall measure the good health of this group by the number of its delinquents. Nothing is more immobilizing than the spirit of deference.”
—Jean Dubuffet (19011985)