Although in the United States people are often asked to self-identify as either white, Hispanic, African American, Asian or Native American, advanced understanding of DNA reduced the amount of races accepted by scientist... More »

Technically there is only one human race, as humans today are 99.9% genetically identical even though physical appearances differ from one person to another. Most of the genetic differences that do exist are due to gende... More »

Despite disagreement and controversy surrounding attempts to categorize humans by race, an early system based on geographic origin and physical characteristics names Caucasoids, Negroids, Mongoloids and Australoids as th... More »

Despite disagreement and controversy surrounding attempts to categorize humans by race, an early system based on geographic origin and physical characteristics names Caucasoids, Negroids, Mongoloids and Australoids as th... More »

The number of races, or groups of people with a common ancestry, in the world varies according to the models of classification that anthropologists use. These include typological, population and clinal models of classifi... More »

An understanding of cultural relativism can lead to an advantage in international business, it can enable people to gain a better insight into their own moral reasoning and it can help to avoid the pitfalls of ethnocentr... More »

DNA evidence indicates that the first gypsies, also known as the Romany people, came from northern India. Gypsies belong to the Roma tribe, and they claim that they were once a warrior class from Punjab. More »