A new study suggests that the darker complexion ethnicity is a relatively recent phenomenon.
It is the result of a series of developments in the field over the past few decades, as more and more people adopt the term ‘dark skinned’ to describe their appearance.
While some have suggested this may be a product of prejudice against darker-skinned people, others believe the term is simply the result the media is using it to promote an image of darker skinned people.
In a new paper published this week in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, researchers at the University of Oxford say the term should be used in a more neutral way.
It’s not racist, they argue, and it can be used to refer to someone of other ethnicities.
They argue that using the term for people of darker complexion ethnicities is an example of the increasing acceptance of other groups.
This includes the more common term ‘light skinned’.
“This is a new and important term,” says co-author of the paper, Professor Daniel Krasnjak of the University’s Department of Psychology.
“It’s really important to recognise how much we’ve come a long way since the 1970s, when people were only used to describe people of colour as dark or light skinned.”
He says that as more people embrace the term, people of other ethnicity can be described in the same way.
But, he adds, there’s still a lot of work to be done in terms of the term itself.
“People of colour are still used as racial stereotypes,” he says.
He also warns against the idea that this is a problem for non-European peoples. “
We need to make sure that we are using this term with sensitivity, that we’re not going to stereotype people who are different from us, as well as others.”
He also warns against the idea that this is a problem for non-European peoples.
“This kind of thing can have a negative effect on non-white people,” he notes.
In this article, we look at how ethnic groups are being described by the media. “
So this is just another example of why we need to understand how the world is and how we can make it better.”
In this article, we look at how ethnic groups are being described by the media.
For a more in-depth look at the research, read our interview with Professor Krasna, and follow along with the research at the links below.