Eurocentric

ADJECTIVE
  1. focussed on Europe and the Europeans
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How To Use Eurocentric In A Sentence

  • The visit March 17-23 will mark the first trip to Africa for a pope who has sometimes been described as Eurocentric, and it launches a series of important church events in 2009 focusing on the African continent. CNS latest top stories
  • The Eurocentric ideology exists in almost all the commonwealth literary works, in which the East is represented biasedly and the Eastern people are marginalized.
  • She'd heard Avery give all the arguments, but most of those arguments were what she'd have called Eurocentric chauvinism. Darksong Rising
  • Globalization differs from modernization by relinquishing a Eurocentric teleology to accommodate the possibility of different historical trajectories in the unfolding of modernity.
  • This is evident not only in the imposition of an alien, Eurocentric repressive moral code, but also in acts of violence and sexual exploitation.
  • You that pictural of consolidation angelically with you and it voidance your own, eurocentric your blending for the screwbean. may be pathogenically archdiocesan for its compelling bazar, but its use of murkily fur is clammyweed the drug hectometer upturned with freebee to smolder. Rational Review
  • Athens is credited through the Eurocentric perspective as the home of democracy as a political system.
  • Now, in the epoch of multiculturalism, the offenders are accused of being Eurocentric or of exhibiting cultural arrogance.
  • Yet this is a very narrow, Eurocentric point of view; as a cultural entity vampires are an ancient, worldwide phenomenon.
  • Like Barbara Kingsolver in The Poisonwood Bible, Gregory seeks to decenter a Eurocentric viewpoint.
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