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Inequalities in Patterns of Interaction

Inequalities in Patterns of Interaction

Author: Paul Hannan
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This lesson will define miscegenation, pluralism, assimilation, segregation, genocide, and apartheid.

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Terms to Know
Apartheid

An extreme form of segregation that is encoded in law.

Assimilation

When people of a minority group abandon their cultural traditions and adopt the cultural traditions of the dominant majority.

Genocide

The mass killing of one group of people by another group of people.

Miscegenation

Race Mixing between people, especially with respect to offspring.

Pluralism

A situation in which unique cultural traditions are upheld, but people are united under the umbrella of civic society or polity.

Segregation

When groups are kept apart from each other.