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Unformatted text preview: 13a_Ethnicity Ethnicity You can take notes in Word as you listen to the audio file. Be sure to save the page when you finish. Audio File (running time: 21:03) 1. Play this mp3 file from your audio folder Use this link only if you've transferred audio files to your computer from a CD . 2. Play this streaming REAL audio file You can listen to this lecture online with your media player. 3. Download & play this mp3 file There are several ways of saving and accessing these downloads. Ethnic group membership , and hostilities resulting from these memberships, is tied to early globalization processes. As people moved to different places, and then later reestablished contact, there were often conflicts. At some point in history, the concept of "race" arose. As race became a more prominent concept, in the social sciences we began trying to understand why people sometimes see themselves as being so different from one another, based on ethnic or racial categories....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course SOCY 101 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '06 term at VCU.
- Fall '06