Nevertheless, many highly ethnocentric societies are not racist.
Such ethnocentric representation of the indigenous and the aboriginal suggests the poet's lack of sympathy with her environment - that is, her estrangement.
This does help to counter a traditional overemphasis on western societies and an ethnocentric bias in the treatment of other societies.
However, while I succeeded in producing a space for the validation of local voices, I am less certain that this in any way challenged parochial and ethnocentric perspectives.
I wonder when you will see fit to take our government's ethnocentric and intolerant activities to task?
Such examination and subsequent awareness is not always easy because people have a tendency to be blind to their bias or ethnocentric perspectives.
We assert that it is culturally ethnocentric and logically absurd to relegate a universal phenomenon to the pathological domain.
We are proudly independent, ethnocentric , xenophobic, and nativistic, he argued, while showing off his flashy vocabulary.
Teaching American history - our common story - as opposed to group-identity history, is rejected as ethnocentric and jingoistic.
For we are exemplifying the attitude we claim to despise; we would rather die than be ethnocentric , but ethnocentrism is precisely the conviction that one would rather die than share certain beliefs.