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Ethnicity
the state of belonging to an ethnic group
Race
a local geographical global human population distinguished as a more or less distinct group by genetically transmitted physical characteristics
Immigration
the act of a person or persons who leaves one country to settle permanently in another
Refugee
one who flees usually to another country for safety, especially from invasion, oppression, or persecution
Forced Immigration
The act of sending people into a foreign country to live against their will
Deport
To expel from a country
Assimilation
The process whereby a group, as a minority, or immigrant people, gradually adopts the characteristics of another culture
Homogeneity
The quality or state of being of the same or similar nature of kind.
Demographic
The statistic science dealing with the distribution, density, vital statistics, ect. of human population.
Acculturation
The process of becoming adapted to a new or different culture.
Naturalization
1) To confer the rights of citizenship upon.
2) To adapt or make common
3) To adapt to a new environment
Prejudice
An opinion formed before the facts are known; preconceived idea
Heritage
A) something handed down from ones ancestors
B) The rights, burdens, or status resulting from being born in a certain time or place
Visa
An endorsement or passport, showing that it has been examined by the proper officials of a country granting entry or passage.
Citizenship
The rights, duties, and privileges of this status (possessing the rights, duties, and privileges)
Nationality
1) National quality or character
2) The status of belonging to a particular nation by birth or naturalization.