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Identify and describe the six major patterns of minority and dominant group relations.
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(1) Genocide is the practice or policy by the dominant group of systematically destroying the minority group members.
(2) Population transfer is the expulsion, either directly or indirectly, of the minority group from a given area.
(3) Internal colonialism occurs when the dominant group exploits the minority groups in the society by using social institutions to deny them the full benefits of the society.
(4) Segregation is the formal separation of racial and ethnic groups in order to ensure that the groups have minimal contact with each other.
(5) Assimilation is the process, either forced or permissible, by which a minority is absorbed into the mainstream culture.
(6) Multiculturalism is a policy that permits or encourages minority groups to maintain their separate identities, yet participate fully in the society's social institutions.
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