The study into race and ethnicity in the 18th and 19th centuries developed into what would later be termed "scientific racism. In his 1795 edition of On the Natural Variety of Mankind, "Johann Friedrich Blumenbach named Europeans, Asians living west of the Obi River, Ganges River, and Caspian Sea, and people of North Africa, "Caucasian." During the period of the mid-19th to mid-20th century, race scientists, including most "physical anthropologists classified the world's populations into three, four, or five "races, which, depending on the authority consulted, were further divided into various sub-races. During this period the "Caucasian race, named after people of the "North Caucasus ("Caucasus Mountains) but extending to all Europeans, figured as one of these races, and was incorporated as a formal category of both scientific research and, in countries including the United States, social classification.["citation needed]
There was never any scholarly consensus on the delineation between the Caucasian race, including the populations of Europe, and the Mongoloid one, including the populations of East Asia. Thus, "Carleton S. Coon (1939) included the populations native to all of "Central and "Northern Asia under the Caucasian label, while "Thomas Henry Huxley (1870) classified the same populations as Mongoloid, and "Lothrop Stoddard (1920) classified as ""brown" most of the populations of the "Middle East, "North Africa and Central Asia, and counted as "white" only the European peoples and their descendants, as well as some populations in parts of "Anatolia and the northern areas of Morocco, Algeria And Tunisia.["citation needed]
Some authorities["who?], following Huxley (1870), distinguished the "Xanthochroi or "light whites" of Northern Europe with the "Melanochroi or "dark whites" of the Mediterranean.["citation needed]
Alastair Bonnett has stated that, a strong "current of scientific research supports the theory that Europeans were but one expression of a wider racial group (termed sometimes Caucasian), a group that included peoples from Asia and North Africa". Bonnett, does, however, note that this is not a commonplace definition: in Europe and North America the inclusion of non-Europeans is a "technicality little favoured outside certain immigration bureaucracies and traditional anthropology."
Racial categories remain widely used in medical research, but this can create important problems. For example, researchers Raj Bhopal and "Liam Donaldson opine that since white people are a "heterogeneous group, the term white should therefore be abandoned as a classification for the purposes of epidemiology and health research, and identifications based on geographic origin and migration history be used instead.
Definitions of white have changed over the years, including the official definitions used in many countries, such as the United States and Brazil. Through the mid-to-late 20th century, numerous countries had formal legal standards or procedures defining racial categories (see "cleanliness of blood, "apartheid in South Africa, "hypodescent). Below are some census definitions of white, which may differ from the social definition of white within the same country. The social definition has also been added where possible.
Continent or region
| % of total population
(thousands & millions)
|" "Ireland||93.6%||-||2011 Census|||
|" "United Kingdom||87.17%||55.0||"2011 Census|||
|" "Costa Rica||82.7%||3.8||Lizcano3|||
|" "Canada||61.35%||20.1||"2011 Census|||
|" "Puerto Rico ("U.S.)||75.8%||2.8||"2010 Census|||
|" "United States||72.4%||223.5||"2010 Census|||
|" "Cuba||64.1%||7.2||2012 Census|||
|" "Bermuda ("UK)||31.0%||19,938||2010 Census|||
|" "Guatemala||18%||2.4||INE 2010|||
|" "Dominican Republic||13.6% or 16%||2.0||"1960 Census, 2006|||
|" "U.S. Virgin Islands (U.S.)||15.6%||16,646||2010 Census|||
|" "Panama||6.7% est.||-||2010 WFB2|||
|" "Mexico||9% or 15%||10.8 or 16.8||WFB2, Lizcano3|||
|" "El Salvador||12.7%||0.7||2007 Census|||
|" "Turks and Caicos ("UK)||7.90%||1,562||2001 Census|||
|" "Virgin Islands ("UK)||6.90%||-||2001 Census|||
|" "The Bahamas||5.0%||16,598||2010 Census|||
|" "Anguilla ("UK)||3.2%||431||2011 Census|||
|" "Barbados||2.7%||6,135||2010 Census|||
|" "St. Vincent||1.4%||1,478||2001 Census|||
|" "Trinidad and Tobago||0.65%||-||2011 Census|||
|" "Uruguay||87.7%||2.8||2011 Census|||
|" "Argentina||85%||34.6||WFB1, Lizcano3|||
|" "Brazil||47.7%||91.0||2010 Census|||
|" "Venezuela||42.2%||11.9||2011 Census|||
|" "Colombia||37.0%||17||2010 study est|||
|" "Peru||6.0% or 15%||4.5||2012 ENAHO, WFB2|||
|" "Ecuador||6.1%||1.3||2010 Census|||
|" "Bolivia||3.0%||-||2014 (Ipsos)|||
|"Australia and "Oceania||N/D||22,983,042|
|" "Australia||90.0%||20||2006 Census|||
|" "New Zealand||74.0%||2.9||"2013 Census|||
|" "New Caledonia ("Fr)||29.2%||71,721||2009 Census|||
|" "Guam ("U.S.)||7.10%||11,321||"2010 Census|||
|" "Northern Mariana Islands ("U.S.)||2.4%||1,117||"2010 Census|||
|" "South Africa||8.9%||4.5||"2011 Census|||
|" "Namibia||4.0% or 7.0%||75-100,000||est.|||
|^2 CIA "The World Factbook.
^3 Étnica de las Tres Áreas Culturales del Continente Americano
"Argentina, along with other areas of new settlement like Canada, Australia, New Zealand or the United States, is considered a country of immigrants where the vast majority originated from Europe. Although no official censuses based on ethnic classification have been carried out in "Argentina, some international sources state that White Argentines and other whites ("Europeans) in Argentina make up somewhere between 89.7% (around 36.7 million people) and 85.8% (34.4 million) of the total population. White people can be found in all areas of the country, but especially in the central-eastern region ("Pampas), the central-western region ("Cuyo), the southern region ("Patagonia) and the north-eastern region ("Litoral).
White Argentines are mainly descendants of "immigrants who came from Europe and the Middle East in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. After the regimented Spanish colonists, waves of European settlers came to Argentina from the late nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries. Major contributors included "Italy (initially from "Piedmont, Veneto and "Lombardy, later from "Campania, Calabria, and "Sicily), and Spain (most are "Galicians and "Basques, but there are "Asturians, "Cantabrians, "Catalans, and "Andalusians). Smaller but significant numbers of immigrants include Germans, primarily "Volga Germans from "Russia, but also Germans from Germany, Switzerland, and "Austria; French which mainly came from the "Occitania region of France; "Portuguese, which already conformed an important community since colonial times; Slavic groups, most of which were "Croats, "Bosniaks, "Poles, but also "Ukrainians, "Belarusians, "Russians, "Bulgarians, "Serbs and "Montenegrins; Brits, mainly from England and "Wales; Irish who left from the Potato famine or British rule; Scandinavians from "Sweden, Denmark, "Finland, and "Norway; from the "Ottoman Empire came mainly "Armenians, and various "Semitic peoples such as "Syriacs-"Assyrians, "Maronites and "Arabs (from what are now of "Lebanon and "Syria). Smaller waves of settlers from Australia and South Africa, and the United States can be traced in Argentine immigration records.
The majority of Argentina's "Jewish population are "Ashkenazi Jews from "diaspora communities in Central, Northern, and Eastern Europe, and about 15–20% are "Sephardic communities from "Syria. Argentina is home to the fifth largest Ashkenazi Jewish community in the world. (See also "History of the Jews in Argentina).
By the 1910s, after immigration rates peaked, over 30 percent of the country's population was from outside Argentina, and over half of "Buenos Aires' population was foreign-born. However, the 1914 National Census revealed that around 80% of the national population were either European immigrants, their children or grandchildren. Among the remaining 20 percent (those descended from the population residing locally before this immigrant wave took shape in the 1870s), around a third were white. European immigration continued to account for over half the nation's population growth during the 1920s, and was again significant (albeit in a smaller wave) following "World War II. It is estimated that Argentina received a total amount of 6.6 million European and Middle-Eastern immigrants during the period 1857–1940.
White Argentinians, therefore, likely peaked as a percentage of the national population at over 90% on or shortly after the 1947 census. Since the 1960s, increasing immigration from bordering countries to the north (especially from "Bolivia and "Paraguay, which have "Amerindian and "Mestizo majorities) has lessened that majority somewhat.
Criticism of the national census state that data has historically been collected using the category of national origin rather than race in Argentina, leading to undercounting "Afro-Argentines and "mestizos. África Viva (Living Africa) is a black rights group in "Buenos Aires with the support of the "Organization of American States, financial aid from the "World Bank and Argentina's census bureau is working to add an "Afro-descendants" category to the 2010 census. The 1887 national census was the final year where blacks were included as a separate category before it was eliminated by the government.
From 1788, when the "first British colony in Australia was founded, until the early 19th century, most immigrants to Australia were "English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish convicts. These were augmented by small numbers of free settlers from the "British Isles and other European countries. However, until the mid-19th century, there were few restrictions on immigration, although members of ethnic minorities tended to be assimilated into the "Anglo-Celtic populations.
People of many nationalities, including many non-white people, emigrated to Australia during the "goldrushes of the 1850s. However, the vast majority was still white and the goldrushes inspired the "first racist activism and policy, directed mainly at "Chinese people.
From the late 19th century, the "Colonial/State and later "federal governments of Australia restricted all permanent immigration to the country by non-Europeans. These policies became known as the ""White Australia policy", which was consolidated and enabled by the "Immigration Restriction Act 1901, but was never universally applied. Immigration inspectors were empowered to ask immigrants to take dictation from any "European language as a test for admittance, a test used in practice to exclude people from Asia, Africa, and some European and South American countries, depending on the political climate.
Although they were not the prime targets of the policy, it was not until after "World War II that large numbers of southern European and eastern European immigrants were admitted for the first time. Following this, the White Australia Policy was relaxed in stages: non-European nationals who could demonstrate European descent were admitted (e.g., descendants of European colonizers and settlers from "Latin America or "Africa), as were "autochthonous inhabitants (such as "Maronites, "Assyrians and "Mandeans) of various nations from the Middle East, most significantly from "Lebanon and to a lesser degree "Iraq, "Syria and "Iran. In 1973, all immigration restrictions based on race and/or geographic origin were officially terminated.
Australia enumerated its population by race between 1911 and 1966, by racial-origin in 1971 and 1976, and by (ethnic) origin since 1981.
In 1958, about 3,500 white "German speaking "Mennonites, who settled before in Canada and Russia, arrived in "Belize. They established communities in the upper reaches of the Belize River: "Blue Creek on the border with Mexico; "Shipyard, "Indian Creek in the district of "Orange Walk; "Spanish Lookout and "Barton Creek in the "Cayo District; "Little Belize, "Corozal District. They consist of 3.6 percent of the "population of Belize have their own schools, churches and financial institutions in their various communities.
Recent censuses in Brazil are conducted on the basis of self-identification. According to the 2010 Census, they totaled 91,051,646 people, and made up 47.73% of the "Brazilian population. This significant percentage change is considered to be caused by people who used to identify themselves as White and now reappreciated their African and/or Amerindian and/or East Asian ancestry, and so they changed their self-identification to "Pardo" and "Asian".
White in Brazil is applied as a term to people of "European descent, and "Middle Easterners of all ethnicities. The census shows a trend of fewer Brazilians of a different descent (most likely mixed) identifying as white people as their social status increases. Nevertheless, light-skinned "mulattoes and "mestizos with Caucasian features were also historically deemed as more closely related to the branco Middle Easterner and European descendants' group than the pardo "grayish-skinned"  multiracial one by a sort of unique social constructs, especially among those multiracials with non-Portuguese European ancestry, and such change of identities actually can mean more of a "westernization of the concept of race in Brazil (mixed ancestry, as explained below, is not a factor against in historical definitions of whiteness in Brazil) than a change in the self-esteem of "marginalized and unconscious multiracial populations trying to paint themselves as white in a hopeful attempt to deny their unprivileged person of color status", as "common sense among some Brazilians and foreigners is used to state.
Aside from Portuguese colonization, there were large waves of immigration from Southern, Western, Northern, Central and Eastern Europe, as well as the Balkans and the Middle East, in Brazil, the fourth largest number of the Americas just after the United States, Canada and Argentina. But these communities of European and Middle Eastern descent also mostly have members with some Subsaharan African and/or Amerindian ancestry nowadays, since not only the White population of Portuguese origin which absorbed most of the descendants of the immigrants via intermarriage carried them, but interracial marriages and relationships in Brazil were common among most ethnic groups, all of them after 2 or 3 generations in the country, with many White Brazilian children being the offspring from Europeans or Middle Easterners and afrodescendant multiracials or persons of Amerindian/East Asian origin. Non-Portuguese ancestry generally is associated to an image of "foreigner", "European", and as such contributed to achieving whiter social perceptions in the color scale of the Brazilian society, even if the person is noticeably of mixed origins.
In the results of "Statistics Canada's 2001 "Canadian Census, white is one category in the population groups data variable, derived from data collected in question 19 (the results of this question are also used to derive the visible minority groups variable).
In the 1995 Employment Equity Act, '"members of visible minorities" means persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour'. In the 2001 Census, persons who selected Chinese, South Asian, African, Filipino, Latin American, Southeast Asian, Arab, West Asian, Middle Eastern, Japanese or Korean were included in the visible minority population. A separate census question on "cultural or ethnic origin" (question 17) does not refer to "skin color.
Scholarly estimates of the white population in Chile vary dramatically, ranging from 20% to 52%. According to a study by the "University of Chile about 30% of the Chilean population is Caucasian, while the 2011 "Latinobarómetro survey shows that some 60% of Chileans consider themselves white.
During colonial times in the 18th century, an important flux of emigrants from Spain populated Chile, mostly Basques, who vitalized the Chilean economy and rose rapidly in the social hierarchy and became the political elite that still dominates the country. An estimated 1.6 million (10%) to 3.2 million (20%) Chileans have a surname (one or both) of Basque origin. The Basques liked Chile because of its great similarity to their native land: similar geography, cool climate, and the presence of fruits, seafood, and wine.
Chile was never an attractive place for European migrants in the 19th and 20th century simply because it was far from Europe and difficult to reach. Chile experienced a tiny but steady arrival of Spanish, "Italians, Irish, "French, "Greeks, "Germans, English, "Scots, "Croats, "Jewish, and "Palestinian migrants (in addition to immigration from other Latin American countries).
The original arrival of Spaniards was the most radical change in demographics due to the arrival of Europeans in Chile, since there was never a period of massive immigration, as happened in neighboring nations such as Argentina and Uruguay. Facts about the amount of immigration do not coincide with certain national chauvinistic discourse, which claims that Chile, like Argentina or Uruguay, would be considered one of the "white" Latin American countries, in contrast to the racial mixture that prevails in the rest of the continent. However, it is undeniable that immigrants have played a major role in Chilean society. Between 1851 and 1924 Chile only received the 0.5% of the European immigration flow to Latin America, compared to the 46% received by Argentina, 33% by Brazil, 14% by Cuba, and 4% by Uruguay. This was because most of the migration occurred across the Atlantic before the construction of the Panama Canal. Europeans preferred to stay in countries closer to their homelands instead of taking the long trip through the Straits of Magellan or across the Andes. In 1907, European-born immigrants composed 2.4% of the Chilean population, which fell to 1.8% in 1920, and 1.5% in 1930.
After the failed "liberal revolution of 1848 in the German states, a significant German immigration took place, laying the foundation for the "German-Chilean community. Sponsored by the Chilean government to "civilize" and colonize the southern region, these Germans (including German-speaking Swiss, "Silesians, "Alsatians and Austrians) settled mainly in "Valdivia, "Llanquihue and "Los Ángeles. The Chilean Embassy in Germany estimated 150,000 to 200,000 Chileans are "of German origin.
It is estimated that nearly 5% of the Chilean population is of Asian descent, chiefly from the Middle East, i.e., "Israelis/Jews, "Palestinians, "Syrians, and "Lebanese, totalling around 800,000. "Chile is home to a large population of immigrants, mostly Christian, from the "Levant. Roughly 500,000 "Palestinian descendants are believed to reside in Chile, making it the home of the largest Palestinian community outside of the Middle East.
Another historically significant immigrant group is "Croatian. The number of their descendants today is estimated to be 380,000 persons, the equivalent of 2.4% of the population. Other authors claim, on the other hand, that close to 4.6% of the Chilean population have some "Croatian ancestry. Over 700,000 Chileans may have British (English, Scottish or "Welsh) origin, 4.5% of Chile's population. Chileans of "Greek descent are estimated 90,000 to 120,000. Most of them live either in the "Santiago area or in the "Antofagasta area, and "Chile is one of the 5 countries with the most descendants of Greeks in the world. The descendants of the "Swiss reach 90,000 and it is estimated that about 5% of the "Chilean population has some "French ancestry. 184,000 are "descendants of Italians. Other groups of European descendants are found in smaller numbers.
The census figures show how Colombians see themselves in terms of race. The white Colombian population is approximately 25% to 37% of the Colombian population, according to estimates, but in surveys and in the 2005 Census, 37% of the total population self identify as white. According to a "genetic research by the "National University of Colombia, performed to more than 60,000 blood tests, concluded that Colombian genetic admixture consists in a 70% European, 20% Amerindian, and 10% African ancestry. White Colombians are mostly descendants of Spaniards. Italian, German, Irish, Portuguese, and Lebanese ("Arab diaspora in Colombia) Colombians are found in notable numbers["citation needed]
Many Spanish began their explorations searching for gold, while others Spanish established themselves as leaders of the native social organizations teaching natives the Christian faith and the ways of their civilization. Catholic priest would provide education for Native Americans that otherwise was unavailable. Within 100 years after the first Spanish settlement, nearly 95 percent of all Native Americans in Colombia had died. The majority of the deaths of Native Americans were the cause of diseases such as measles and smallpox, which were spread by European settlers. Many Native Americans were also killed by armed conflicts with European settlers.
Between 1540 and 1559, 8.9 percent of the residents of Colombia were of Basque origin. It has been suggested that the present day incidence of business entrepreneurship in the region of "Antioquia is attributable to the Basque immigration and Basque character traits. Few Colombians of distant Basque descent are aware of their Basque ethnic heritage. In Bogota, there is a small colony of thirty to forty families who emigrated as a consequence of the Spanish Civil War or because of different opportunities. Basque priests were the ones that introduced handball into Colombia. Basque immigrants in Colombia were devoted to teaching and public administration. In the first years of the Andean multinational company, Basque sailors navigated as captains and pilots on the majority of the ships until the country was able to train its own crews.
In December 1941 the United States government estimated that there were 4,000 Germans living in Colombia. There were some Nazi agitators in Colombia, such as Barranquilla businessman Emil Prufurt. Colombia invited Germans who were on the U.S. blacklist to leave. "SCADTA, a Colombian-German air transport corporation which was established by German expatriates in 1919, was the first commercial airline in the western hemisphere.
The first and largest wave of immigration from the Middle East began around 1880, and remained during the first two decades of the twentieth century. They were mainly Maronite Christians from Greater Syria (Syria and Lebanon) and Palestine, fleeing the then colonized Ottoman territories. Syrians, Palestinians, and Lebanese continued since then to settle in Colombia. Due to poor existing information it's impossible to know the exact number of Lebanese and Syrians that immigrated to Colombia. A figure of 5,000-10,000 from 1880 to 1930 may be reliable. Whatever the figure, Syrians and Lebanese are perhaps the biggest immigrant group next to the Spanish since independence. Those who left their homeland in the Middle East to settle in Colombia left for different reasons such as religious, economic, and political reasons. Some left to experience the adventure of migration. After Barranquilla and Cartagena, Bogota stuck next to Cali, among cities with the largest number of Arabic-speaking representatives in Colombia in 1945. The Arabs that went to "Maicao were mostly "Sunni Muslim with some "Druze and "Shiites, as well as Orthodox and Maronite Christians. The mosque of "Maicao is the second largest mosque in Latin America. Middle Easterns are generally called Turcos (Turkish).
In 2009, Costa Rica had an estimated population of 4,509,290. White people (includes mestizo) make up 94%, 3% are "black people, 1% are Amerindians, and 1% are Chinese. White Costa Ricans are mostly of Spanish ancestry, but there are also significant numbers of Costa Ricans descended from British "Italian, "German, English, "Dutch, French, Irish, "Portuguese, "Lebanese and "Polish families, as well a sizable Jewish community.
|Self-identified as white 1899–2012 Cuba Census|
White people in Cuba make up 64.1% of the total population according to the 2012 census with the majority being of diverse Spanish descent. However, after the mass exodus resulting from the "Cuban Revolution in 1959, the number of white Cubans actually residing in Cuba diminished. Today various records claiming the percentage of whites in Cuba are conflicting and uncertain; some reports (usually coming from Cuba) still report a less, but similar, pre-1959 number of 65% and others (usually from outside observers) report a 40–45%. Despite most white Cubans being of Spanish descent, many others are of French, Portuguese, German, Italian and Russian descent. During the 18th, 19th and early part of the 20th century, large waves of "Canarians, "Catalans, "Andalusians, "Castilians, and "Galicians emigrated to Cuba. Also, one significant ethnic influx is derived from various Middle Eastern nations. Many "Jews have also immigrated there, some of them "Sephardic. Between 1901 and 1958, more than a million Spaniards arrived to Cuba from Spain; many of these and their descendants left after Castro's communist "regime took power.
In 1958, it was estimated that approximately 74% of Cubans were of European ancestry, mainly of Spanish origin, 10% of African ancestry, 15% of both African and European ancestry (mulattos), and a small 1% of the population was Asian, predominantly Chinese. However, after the "Cuban revolution, due to a combination of factors, mainly mass "exodus to Miami, United States, a drastic decrease in immigration, and interracial reproduction, Cuba's demography has changed. As a result, those of complete European ancestry and those of pure African ancestry have decreased, the mulatto population has increased, and the Asian population has, for all intents and purposes, disappeared.
The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at the "University of Miami says the present Cuban population is 38% white and 62% black/mulatto. The "Minority Rights Group International says that "An objective assessment of the situation of Afro-Cubans remains problematic due to scant records and a paucity of systematic studies both pre- and post-revolution. Estimates of the percentage of people of African descent in the Cuban population vary enormously, ranging from 33.9 per cent to 62 per cent".
According to the most recent 2012 census, Cuba's population was 11,167,325.
In 2013, white Salvadorans were a minority ethnic group in El Salvador, accounting for 12.7% of the country's population. An additional 86.3% of the population were mestizo, having mixed indigenous and European ancestry.
In 2010, 18.5% of Guatemalans belonged to the white ethnic group, with 41.7% of the population being "mestizo, and 39.8% of the population belonging to the 23 "Indigenous groups.["clarification needed] It is difficult to make an accurate census of whites in "Guatemala, because the country categorizes all non-indigenous people are mestizo or "ladino and a large majority of white Guatemalans consider themselves as mestizos or ladinos.["citation needed] By the 19th century the majority of immigrants were "Germans, many who were bestowed "fincas and coffee plantations in "Cobán, while others went to "Quetzaltenango and "Guatemala City. Many young Germans married "mestiza and "indigenous "Q'eqchi' women, which caused a gradual whitening. There was also immigration of "Belgians to "Santo Tomas and this contributed to the mixture of "black and "mestiza women in that region.
As of 2013, Hondurans of solely white ancestry are a small minority in Honduras, accounting for 1% of the country's population. An additional 90% of the population is "mestizo, having mixed indigenous and European ancestry.
White Mexicans are "Mexican "citizens of predominantly "European descent. Although Mexico does not have a racial census, some international organizations believe that Mexican people of Spanish or predominantly European descent make up approximately one-sixth (16.5%) of the country's population. Another group in Mexico, the ""mestizos", also include people with varying amounts of European ancestry, with some having a European admixture superior to 90%. Because of this, the line between whites and mestizos has become rather blurred, and the Mexican government decided to abandon racial classifications.
Europeans began arriving to Mexico with the "Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, with the descendents of the "conquistadors, along with new arrivals from Spain formed an elite but never a majority of the population. Intermixing would produce a mestizo group which would become the majority by the time of "Independence, but power remained firmly in the hands of the elite, called ""criollo."
While most of European or "Caucasian migration into Mexico was "Spanish during the colonial period, in the 19th and 20th centuries European and European derived populations from "North and "South America did immigrate to the country. However, at its height, the total immigrant population in Mexico never exceeded twenty percent of the total. Many of these immigrants came with money to invest and/or ties to allow them to become prominent in business and other aspects of Mexican society. However, due to government restrictions many of them left the country in the early 20th century.
Mexico's northern regions have the greatest European population and admixture. In the northwest, the majority of the relatively small indigenous communities remain isolated from the rest of the population, and as for the northeast, the indigenous population was eliminated by early European settlers, becoming the region with the highest proportion of whites during the "Spanish colonial period. However, recent immigrants from southern Mexico have been changing, to some degree, its demographic trends.
The White population of central Mexico, despite not being as numerous as in the north due to higher mixing, is ethnically more diverse, as there are large numbers of other European and Middle Eastern ethnic groups, aside from Spaniards. This also results in non-"Iberian "surnames (mostly French, German, Italian and Arab) being more common in central Mexico, especially in the country's "capital and in the state of "Jalisco.
As of 2013, the white ethnic group in Nicaragua account for 17% of the country's population. An additional 69% of the population is "mestizo, having mixed indigenous and European ancestry. In the 19th century, "Nicaragua was the subject of "central European immigration, mostly from "Germany, "England and the "United States, who often married native Nicaraguan women. Some "Germans were given land to grow coffee in "Matagalpa, "Jinotega and "Esteli, although most Europeans settled in "San Juan del Norte. In the late 17th century, pirates from "England, "France and "Holland mixed with the indigenous population and started a settlement at Bluefields ("Mosquito Coast).
|1812–2010 data for Puerto Rico by the Spanish and "US Census|
|Self-identified as white
Contrary to most other "Caribbean places, "Puerto Rico gradually became predominantly populated by European immigrants. Puerto Ricans of "Spanish, "Italian (primarily via "Corsica) and French descent comprise the majority. (See: "Spanish settlement of Puerto Rico).
In 1899, one year after the U.S invaded and took control of the island, 61.8% or 589,426 people self-identified as White. One hundred years later (2000), the total increased to 80.5% (3,064,862); not because there has been an influx of whites toward the island (or an exodus of non-White people), but a change of race conceptions, mainly because of Puerto Rican elites to portray Puerto Rico's image as the "white island of the Antilles", partly as a response to scientific racism.
Hundreds are from "Corsica, "France, "Italy, "Portugal, "Lebanon, "Ireland, "Scotland, and "Germany, along with large numbers of immigrants from Spain. This was the result of granted land from Spain during the Real Cedula de Gracias de 1815 ("Royal Decree of Graces of 1815), which allowed European Catholics to settle in the island with a certain amount of free land.
Between 1960 and 1990, the census questionnaire in Puerto Rico did not ask about race or color.["citation needed] Racial categories therefore disappeared from the dominant discourse on the Puerto Rican nation. However, the "2000 census included a racial self-identification question in Puerto Rico and, for the first time in since 1950, allowed respondents to choose more than one racial category to indicate mixed ancestry. (Only 4.2% chose two or more races.) With few variations, the census of Puerto Rico used the same questionnaire as in the U.S. mainland. According to census reports,["which?] most islanders responded to the new federally mandated categories on race and ethnicity by declaring themselves "white"; few declared themselves to be Black or some other race.["not in citation given]
White "Hollanders first arrived in South Africa around 1652. By the beginning of the eighteenth century, some 2,000 Europeans and their descendants were established in the region. Although these early "Afrikaners represented various nationalities, including German peasants and French "Huguenots, the community retained a thoroughly Dutch character.
The "British Empire seized "Cape Town in 1795 during the "Napoleonic Wars and "permanently acquired South Africa from Amsterdam in 1814. The "first British immigrants numbered about 4,000 and were introduced in 1820. They represented groups from "England, "Ireland, "Scotland, or "Wales and were typically more literate than the Dutch. The discovery of diamonds and gold led to a greater influx of English speakers who were able to develop the mining industry with capital unavailable to Afrikaners. They have been joined in more subsequent decades by former colonials from elsewhere, such as "Zambia and "Kenya, and poorer British nationals looking to escape famine at home.
Both Afrikaners and English have been politically dominant in South Africa during the past; due to the controversial "racial order under "apartheid, the nation's predominantly Afrikaner government became a target of condemnation by other African states and the site of considerable dissension between 1948 and 1991.
There were 4.6 million whites in South Africa in 2011, down from an all-time high of 5.2 million in 1995 following a wave of emigration commencing in the late 20th century.
United Kingdom and Ireland
Historical white identities
Before the Industrial Revolutions in Europe whiteness may have been associated with social status. Aristocrats may have had less exposure to the sun and therefore a pale complexion may have been associated with status and wealth. This may be the origin of "blue blood" as a description of royalty, the skin being so lightly pigmented that the blueness of the veins could be clearly seen. The change in the meaning of white that occurred in the colonies (see "above) to distinguish Europeans from non-Europeans did not apply to '"home' countries (England, Ireland, "Scotland and "Wales). Whiteness therefore retained a meaning associated with social status. During the 19th century, when the "British Empire was at its peak, many of the "bourgeoisie and "aristocracy developed extremely "chauvinistic attitudes to those of lower social rank. "Edward Lhuyd discovered that "Welsh, "Gaelic, "Cornish and "Breton are all part of the same language family, which he called ""Celtic", and were distinct from the "Germanic English; this can be seen in context with 19th-century "romantic nationalism. On the other hand, the discovery of "Anglo-Saxon remains also led to a belief that the English were descended from a distinct Germanic lineage that was fundamentally (and racially) different from that of the "Celts. Early British anthropologists such as "John Beddoe and "Robert Knox emphasised this distinction, and it was common to find texts that claimed that Welsh, Irish and Scottish people are the descendants of the indigenous more "primitive" inhabitants of the islands, while the English are the descendants of a more advanced and recent "Germanic" migration. Beddoe especially postulated that the Welsh and Irish people are closer to the "Cro-Magnon, whom he also considered Africanoid, and it was common to find references to the swarthyness of the skin of peoples from the west of the islands, by comparison to the more pale skinned and blond English residing in the east. For example, "Thomas Huxley's "On the Geographical Distribution of the Chief Modifications of Mankind" (1870) described Irish, Scots and Welsh peoples as a mixture of "melanochroi" (melano—dark colored), and "xanthochroi", while the English were "xanthochroi" (xanthro—yellow). Just as race reified whiteness in the colonies, so capitalism without social welfare reified whiteness with regards to social class in 19th-century Britain and Ireland; this social distinction of whiteness became, over time, associated with racial difference. For example, George Sims in How the poor live (1883) wrote of "...a dark continent that is within easy reach of the General Post Office... the wild races who inhabit it will, I trust, gain public sympathy as easily as [other] savage tribes" and Count Gobineau in The Inequality of Human Races wrote the following:
Every social order is founded upon three social classes, each of which represents a racial variety: the nobility, a more or less accurate reflection of the conquering race; the bourgeoisie composed of mixed stock coming close to the chief race; and the common people who live in servitude or at least in a very depressed position.
Modern and official use
In the UK, the "Office for National Statistics uses the term white as an ethnic category. The terms "White British, "White Irish, "White Scottish and "White Other are used. These classifications rely on individuals' self-identification, since it is recognised that ethnic identity is not an objective category.
Socially, in the UK white usually refers only to people of native British, Irish and European origin. In 2011 87.2% of the British population identified themselves as white.
United States (except for Puerto Rico)
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The cultural boundaries separating "white Americans from other racial or ethnic categories are contested and always changing. Professor "David R. Roediger of the "University of Illinois, suggests that the construction of the white race in the United States was an effort to mentally distance slave owners from slaves. By the 18th century, white had become well established as a racial term. According to John Tehranian, among those not considered white at some points in American history have been: the "Germans, "Greeks, "white Hispanics, "Arabs, "Iranians, "Afghans, "Irish, "Italians, "Jews, "Slavs and "Spaniards. Still today the relationship between some ethnic groups and whiteness remains complex. In particular, some "Jewish and "Arab individuals both self-identify and are considered as part of the White American racial category, but others with the same ancestry feel they are not white nor are they perceived as white by American society.
According to Frank Sweet "various sources agree that, on average, people with 12 percent or less African admixture appear White to the average American and those with up to 25 percent look ambiguous (with a Mediterranean skin tone)".
The process of officially being defined as white by law often came about in court disputes over pursuit of "citizenship. The Immigration Act of 1790 offered "naturalization only to "any alien, being a free white person". In at least 52 cases, people denied the status of white by immigration officials sued in court for status as white people. By 1923, courts had vindicated a "common-knowledge" standard, concluding that "scientific evidence" was incoherent. Legal scholar John Tehranian argues that in reality this was a "performance-based" standard, relating to religious practices, education, intermarriage and a community's role in the United States.
In 1923, the "Supreme Court decided in "United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind that people of Indian descent were not white men, and thus not eligible to citizenship. While Thind was a high caste "Hindu born in the northern "Punjab region and classified by certain scientific authorities as of the Aryan race, the court conceded that he was not white or "Caucasian since the word Aryan "has to do with linguistic and not at all with physical characteristics" and "the average man knows perfectly well that there are unmistakable and profound differences" between Indians and white people. with an "intermixture of blood" from the "dark skinned "Dravidian". In United States v. Cartozian (1925), an Armenian immigrant successfully argued (and the Supreme Court agreed) that his nationality was white in contradistinction to other people of the Near East—Kurds, Turks, and Arabs in particular—on the basis of their Christian religious traditions. In conflicting rulings In re Hassan (1942) and Ex parte Mohriez, United States District Courts found that Arabs did not, and did qualify as white under immigration law.
The current U.S. Census definition includes white "a person having origins in any of "Europe, the "Middle East or "North Africa." The U.S. Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation describes white people as "having origins in any of the original peoples of "Europe, the "Middle East, or "North Africa through racial categories used in the "UCR Program adopted from the Statistical Policy Handbook (1978) and published by the Office of Federal Statistical Policy and Standards, U.S. Department of Commerce." The "white" category in the UCR includes non-black "Hispanics.
A report from the "Pew Research Center in 2008 projects that by 2050, "Non-Hispanic white Americans will make up 47% of the population, down from 67% projected in 2005. White Americans made up nearly 90% of the population in 1950.
One-third of Americans classified as "white" in a study contained between two and twenty percent African genetic admixture, which can be extrapolated to about 74 million whites in America with this admixture.
One drop rule
The one drop rule–that a person with any amount of known African ancestry (however small or invisible) is not white–is a classification that was used in parts of the United States. It is a colloquial term for a set of laws passed by 18 US states between 1910 and 1931, many as a consequence of "Plessy v. Ferguson, a "Supreme Court decision that upheld the concept of "racial segregation by accepting a "separate but equal argument. The set of laws was finally declared unconstitutional in 1967, when the Supreme Court ruled on "anti-miscegenation laws while hearing "Loving v. Virginia, which also found that "Virginia's Racial Integrity Act of 1924 was unconstitutional. The one drop rule attempted to create a bifurcated system of either black or white regardless of a person's physical appearance, but sometimes failed as people with African ancestry sometimes "passed as "white", as noted above. This contrasts with the more flexible social structures present in Latin America (derived from the "Spanish colonial era "casta system) where there were less clear-cut divisions between various ethnicities.
As a result of centuries of having children with white people, the majority of African Americans have some European admixture, and many white people also have African ancestry. Robert P. Stuckert, member of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at "Ohio State University said that the majority of the descendants of African slaves are white. Writer and editor "Debra Dickerson questions the legitimacy of the one drop rule, stating that "easily one-third of black people have white DNA". She argues that in ignoring their European ancestry, African Americans are denying their fully articulated "multi-racial identities. The peculiarity of the one drop rule may be illustrated by the case of singer "Mariah Carey, who was publicly called "another white girl trying to sing black", but in an interview with "Larry King, responded that—despite her physical appearance and the fact that she was raised primarily by her white mother—due to the one drop rule she did not "feel white".
"Uruguayans and "Argentines share closely related demographic ties. Different estimates state that Uruguay's population of 3.4 million is composed of 88% to 93% white Uruguayans. Uruguay's population is heavily populated by people of "European origin, mainly "Spaniards, followed closely by "Italians, including numbers of French, Greek, Lebanese, Armenians, Swiss, Scandinavians, Germans, Irish, Dutch, Belgians, Austrians, and other Southern and Eastern Europeans which migrated to Uruguay in the late 19th century and 20th century.["citation needed] According to the 2006 National Survey of Homes by the Uruguayan National Institute of Statistics: 94.6% self-identified as having a white background, 9.1% chose Black ancestry, and 4.5% chose an Amerindian ancestry (people surveyed were allowed to choose more than one option).
According to the 2011 National Population and Housing Census, 43.6% of the Venezuelan population (approx. 13.1 million people) identify as white. "Genetic research by the "University of Brasilia shows an average admixture of 60.6% European, 23.0% Amerindian and 16.3% African ancestry in Venezuelan populations. The majority of white Venezuelans are of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and German descent. Nearly half a million European immigrants, mostly from Spain (as a consequence of the "Spanish Civil War), Italy and Portugal, entered the country during and after World War II, attracted by a prosperous, rapidly developing country where educated and skilled immigrants were welcomed.
Spaniards were introduced into "Venezuela during the colonial period. Most of them were from "Andalusia, "Galicia, "Basque Country and from the "Canary Islands. Until the last years of World War II, a large part of the European immigrants to Venezuela came from the Canary Islands, and its cultural impact was significant, influencing the development of Castilian in the country, its gastronomy and customs. With the beginning of oil operations during the first decades of the 20th century, citizens and companies from the "United States, "United Kingdom and "Netherlands established themselves in Venezuela. Later, in the middle of the century, there was a new wave of originating immigrants from "Spain (mainly from Galicia, Andalucia and the Basque Country), "Italy (mainly from southern Italy and Venice) and "Portugal (from Madeira) and new immigrants from "Germany, "France, "England, "Croatia, "Netherlands, the "Middle East and other European countries, among others, animated simultaneously by the program of immigration and colonization implanted by the government.["citation needed]
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