|LC Classifications||DS554.44 .E84 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 635 p. :|
|Number of Pages||635|
|LC Control Number||2009332021|
Ethnic Groups of Cambodia, Introduction and Overview, is the first of a comprehensive three-volume work that provides a detailed account of the ethnic groups of Cambodia. All three volumes are lavishly illustrated in color and contain relevant : Joachim Schliesinger. Ethnic Groups of Cambodia: 1: Introduction and Overview on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ethnic Groups of Cambodia: 1: Introduction and Overview. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Center for Advanced Study (Phnom Penh, Cambodia) ISBN: OCLC Number: Pages in category "Ethnic groups in Cambodia" The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Other Groups. While the vast majority of Cambodians are Khmer, the country does have other ethnic groups. This includes about 5% Vietnamese and 1% Chinese people. note: current statistical data on the sensitive subject of ethnicity in Afghanistan are not available, and ethnicity data from small samples of respondents to opinion polls are not a reliable alternative; Afghanistan's constitution recognizes 14 ethnic groups: Pashtun, Tajik, Hazara, Uzbek, Baloch, Turkmen, Nuristani, Pamiri, Arab, Gujar, Brahui, Qizilbash, Aimaq, and Pashai. Ethnic groups in Cambodia Last updated Aug Locations of various ethnic groups within Cambodia in The largest of the ethnic groups in Cambodia are the Khmer, who comprise approximately 90% of the total population and primarily inhabit the lowland Mekong subregion and the central Khmer historically have lived near the lower Mekong . The Khmers, an Austroasiatic people, are one of the oldest ethnic groups in the area, having filtered into Southeast Asia from southern China, possibly Yunnan, around the same time as the Mon, who settled further to the west and to whom the Khmer are ancestrally : 25,
The largest of the ethnic groups in Cambodia are the Khmer, who comprise approximately 90% of the total population and primarily inhabit the lowland Mekong subregion and the central The Survival of Cambodia's Ethnic Minorities. Author. Kiernan. Ben. The largest ethnic minority groups in Cambodia before were the Chinese and Vietnamese populations. The largest indigenous minority in Cambodia was the Muslims, members of the Cham ethnic group. Unlike most other communist regimes, the Pol Pot regime's view of these and. Khmer people make up 90% of the Cambodian population, followed by Vietnamese (5%), with the balance being Chinese, Cham (mostly a muslim people) and indigenous ethnic groups sometimes called Khmer Loeu. The Cambodian population census identified 17 different indigenous peoples, but the consensus today is that there are 24 groups spread . For the purposes of the census, the government of Laos recognized ethnic groups within 47 main ethnicities.  whereas the Lao Front for National Construction (LFNC) recently revised the list to include 49 ethnicities consisting of over ethnic groups.