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What group of people who are systematically opposed to the dominant culture make up a?
Answer Ethnic groups are formed because of the what makes people think they are the same either it been race or religion. Previous backgrounds of a person usuall…y plays a very important role in distinguishing me from you type of thing. e.g. If a person was brought up in a poor family, they will find it much easier to talk to someone who has been in the same situation before. Beliefs and Religion also play a significant role.
the people,the language,the way people live the food the sport the religon the king or queen A group of people with common practices activities and interests are calle…d a society.
The only two groups that are distinctly different in Australia's culture would be the indigenous aboriginal population and the immigrant's. the immigrant's of course have a mu…ltitude of different cultures them selves.
are systematically opposed to
I don't know a good joke for this one, so the answer is genocide. :\\
They make up a culture group.
Royalists, hard core Republicans and the Catholic clergy.
In New Zealand
Pākehā (non-Maori) and Māori There are many ethnic groups in NZ: Chinese, Korean, Filipino, Thai, Cambodia, European (all parts of Europe), Sth African, Russian etc, that… make up the Pakeha multi-culture.
The word is genocide.
A number of people opposed National Prohibition for a variety of reasons, including their belief in the Constitution, in individual liberties, in limited government, that the …social experiment was doomed to failure, and that Prohibition was counterproductive in causing serious problems.