World Minorities

Ashworth, Georgina (ed.); O'Brien, Conor Cruise (preface)
Publisher:  Quartermaine House
Year Published:  1977  
Pages:  167pp   ISBN:  0-905898-00-1
Book Type:  Encyclopedias

Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6658

An account "of the plight today and the problems of some of the world's oppressed minorities".


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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

1.) The Adivasis: The 'Scheduled Tribes' of India
2.) The Afars and the Issas
3.) The Ahmadis of Pakistan
4.) The Anglo-Indians of India
5.) The Azores and Madeira Islanders
6.) The Baluchis of Pakistan
7.) Bangladesh's Hindus
8.) The Bedouin
9.) The Berbers of North Africa
10.) The Bretons
11.) Burma: Separatism as a Way of Life
12.) The Canary Islanders
13.) The Catalans
14.) The Chinese-Americans
15.) The Copts
16.) Cornish Nationalism
17.) The Corsicans
18.) Dominica's Carib Indians
19.) The Estonians
20.) The Galicians
21.) The Georgians
22.) Ghana: Ethnicity and Conflict Avoidance
23.) The Hill People of Northern Thailand
24.) India's Christians
25.) India's Muslims
26.) Indonesia's Newest Minority: The East Timorese
27.) The Inuit: Eskimos of North America
28.) The Kashmiri
29.) The Latvians
30.) The Lithuanians
31.) The Maoris of New Zealand
32.) The Meo of Laos
33.) Nigerian Pluralism
34.) Pakistan's Hindus
35.) The Pashtoons (Pathans) of Pakistan
36.) The Philippine Moslems
37.) The Quinquis: Spain's Last Nomads
38.) The Saharauis of Western Sahara
39.) The Sami: The Lapps of Scandinavia
40.) The South Moluccans (Ambonese): Netherlands and Indonesia
41.) The Tibetans
42.) The Tribals of Bangladesh
43.) The Ukrainians
44.) Yugoslavia's Minorities: Serbs, Croats, Slovenes, Moslems, Albanians, Macedonians, Montenegrins, Hungarians

Index

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