The term minority group does not necessarily refers

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“The term ‘minority group’ does not necessarily refers to numerical minority” British control in India Dutch in South Africa (Apartheid) Definition of dominant Group “Sociologists refer to those who do the discriminating, not as the majority but rather, as the dominant group, for they have greater power, privileges, and social status.” Results of Genocide Genocide is an attempt to annihilate a people simply because of their presumed race or ethnicity Definition of Discrimination
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“… is an action – unfair treatment against someone. When; the basis of discrimination is race, it is known as racism. Sex Age Sexual orientation Weight Disease Disability Definition of Prejudice Prejudice refers to an attitude and discrimination to unfair treatment. Individual discrimination is the negative treatment of one person by another, while institutional discrimination is discrimination built into society’s social institutions. A. Population transfer is involuntary movement of a minority group. Indirect transfer involves making life so unbearable that members of a minority then leave; direct transfer involves forced expulsion. B. C. Segregation is the formal separation of groups. It accompanies internal colonialism. D. Assimilation is the process by which a minority is absorbed into the mainstream. Forced assimilation occurs when the dominant group prohibits the minority from using its own religion, language and customs. Permissive assimilation is when the minority adopts the dominant group’s patterns in its own way and/or at its own speed. E. Multiculturalism, also called pluralism, permits or encourages ethnic variation.
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