Latest Ethnic group Stories
People's racial prejudices are influenced by where they live.
Friendships matter throughout life, and in early adolescence they provide validation and emotional support.
Links between hundreds of millions of names belonging to people all around the world have been analysed by geographers from UCL and the University of Auckland.
Students are stigmatized for any number of reasons, from the clothes they wear to what model cell phone they clench in their hands.
Students are stigmatized for a variety of reasons, with youths from ethnic-minority backgrounds often feeling devalued in school.
Descendents of Mexican immigrants in the U.S. may be making better socioeconomic progress than many studies indicate.
A study by Ryotaro Uemura, sociology doctoral student at Indiana University Bloomington, found that people who had no religious affiliation have significantly less favorable views of the U.S.
A new UCLA study suggests that disparities in cardiovascular disease risk in the United States are due less to race or ethnicity than to socioeconomic status.
While some Latino immigrants to the United States may be accepted as "white" by the wider society, a new American Sociological Review (ASR) study finds that many of them face discrimination based on skin color.
While some Latino immigrants to the United States may be accepted as â€œwhiteâ€ by the wider society, a new study finds that many of them face discrimination based on skin color.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.