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Ẹ̀yà ènìyàn (tàbi ethnicity) tabi eya elede je adipo awon eniyan ti awon ara won mora won si ara won, nipa asa itan kanna, to je ede kanna, asa kanna (won si tun le ni esin kanna) ati ise ibatan kanna (to bamu mo itan endogamy).[1][2] [3][4]


Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Hobsbawm and Ranger (1983), The Invention of Tradition, Sider 1993 Lumbee Indian Histories.
  2. Seidner,(1982), Ethnicity, Language, and Power from a Psycholinguistic Perspective, pp. 2-3
  3. Smith 1987Àdàkọ:Page number
  4. Marcus Banks, Ethnicity: Anthropological Constructions (1996), p. 151 "'ethnic groups' invariably stress common ancestry or endogamy".