What is an example of an ethnicity?

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What is an example of an ethnicity?

Coon, divided humanity into five races:

African San people – the world’s most ancient race

Q. What are the 6 ethnic groups?

The Revisions to OMB Directive 15 defines each racial and ethnic category as follows:

  • American Indian or Alaska Native. …
  • Asian. …
  • Black or African American. …
  • Hispanic or Latino. …
  • Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. …
  • White.
  • The people, who have lived as hunter-gatherers for thousands of years, are the direct relations of early modern humans who migrated from the continent to spread their DNA throughout the world.
  • A study by the University of Pennsylvania has found all populations descended from just 14 ancient African populations.

Q. How do you determine your ethnicity?

Ethnicity is used as a matter of cultural identity of a group, often based on shared ancestry, language, and cultural traditions, while race is applied as a taxonomic grouping, based on physical or biological similarities within groups.

Q. What are the 5 races of humans?

  • Negroid (Black) race.
  • Australoid (Australian Aborigine and Papuan) race.
  • Capoid (Bushmen/Hottentots) race.
  • Mongoloid (Oriental/Amerindian) race.
  • Caucasoid (White) race.

Commonalities such as racial, national, tribal, religious, linguistic, or cultural origin may be used to describe someone’s ethnicity. While someone may say their race is “Black,” their ethnicity might be Italian, or someone may say their race is “White,” and their ethnicity is Irish./span>

Q. What is my ethnicity if I am Indian?

Asian: A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Q. What race is North Indian?

While the Indo-Aryan linguistic group occupies mainly northern parts of India, genetically, all South Asians across the Indian subcontinent are descendants from a mix of South Asian hunter-gatherers, Iranian hunter-gatherers, and Central-Asian steppe pastoralists in varying proportion.

Q. What are the 6 ethnic groups in India?

List of ethnic groups on the basis of language

  • Indo-Aryan people.
  • Iranic people.
  • Nuristani people.
  • Dravidian people.
  • Austroasiatic people.
  • Tibeto-Burmese people.
  • Andamanese and Nicobarese groups.
  • Semitic people.

Q. What race is South Indian?

the Dravidian race is connected with both the Indonesian and Australian… the Dravidian race, which it would be better to call South Indian, is prevalent among the peoples of Southern India speaking the Dravidian tongues, and also among the Kols and other people of India

Q. What is the race of Keralites?

The vast majority of Keralites carry three racial strains in their genetic make-up; Munda, Dravidian, and Aryan. Of this, majority of today’s Keralites have a Dravidian ancestry. Nevertheless, many of them pride themselves on their Aryan descent.

Q. What race are Tamilians?

Although most Tamil people are Hindus, many (especially those in the rural areas) practice what is considered to be Dravidian folk religion, venerating a plethora of village deities, while a sizeable number are Muslims and Christians.

Q. What race are Punjabis?

The Punjabis (Punjabi (Shahmukhi): پنجابی, Punjabi (Gurmukhi): ਪੰਜਾਬੀ) or the Punjabi people, are an Indo-Aryan ethnolinguistic group associated with the Punjab region in South Asia, specifically in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent presently divided between Pakistani Punjab and Indian Punjab.

Q. Which is the highest caste in Punjab?

Caste population

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Caste Population data of Punjab
Constitutional categoriesPopulation (%)Castes
Others33%includes Jat Sikh – 21%, (Brahmin, Khatri, Rajput, Bania,-Arora-Sood) – 12%
religious minorities3.