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genocide
planned extermination of a national or racial group
colonoliasm
policy of national authority over other countries
slavery
a person owned by another
sexism
discrimination based on sex
gender
gender orientation of an individual
classism
a group of similar persons/things
historic juncture
point in time
culture
set of unconscious and conscious assumptions that govern an individual person to a set of responses to the environment
theoretical orientation
point of view provides intellectual tools for problem solving
history
incomplete written record or oral tradition of the experiences of humans through contexts in time
society
artificial construction of formal/informal institutions that govern group behavior
community
interactions of culture and society
race
human
racism
ethnocentrism, group label is socially based on classifications imposed by another
ethnicity
heritage/culture over time
class
economic opportunity within a culture or society
nationality
political description of a place of birth for naturalization
push factor
causes individuals to relocate from one place to another
pull factor
draws individuals to one location
diaspora
dispersal of populations from a location to several locations throughout the world
immigration
individuals/groups come to a place
emigration
emigrants are individuals who leave from a place
sojouner
an individual who crosses regional/national boundaries with intent on returning to their place of origin
refugees
a person or group of people fleeing from specific social systems of oppression or genocide and seek sanctuary outside the political reach of those systems