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Inequalities in Patterns of Interaction

Inequalities in Patterns of Interaction

Author: Sadie Pendaz

This lesson will define miscegenation, pluralism, assimilation, segregation, genocide, and apartheid.

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  • Apartheid

    An extreme form of segregation that is encoded in law.

  • Genocide

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

  • Assimilation

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

  • 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.