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Ethnocentrism


The tendency to view others using one’s own group and customs as the standard for judgment, and the tendency to see one’s group and customs as the best.
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Ethnocentrism


A practice of consciously or unconsciously privileging one’s own ethnic group over others that involves judging other groups by the values of one's own group.
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habit of viewing all groups in relation or compared to one ethnic group.
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The tendency to judge other cultures by the standards one's own culture; often with the feeling that one's own culture is superior.
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A tendency to malign and reject another ethnic group while glorifying your own. See ingroup bias- racism.
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Ethnocentrism is a belief that your society, group, or culture is superior to all others. Very often this means that differences in groups (e.g., your group has more old people than ours) are seen as [..]
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the deeply felt belief that your own cultural ways are universal, natural, normal, and even superior to other cultural ways.
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The assumption that one culture is superior to others. Usually applied to Western assumptions of technological and moral superiority. Called Eurocentrism when European culture is seen as superior.
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Ethnocentrism


The tendency to see one's own culture as superior to all others.
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the tendency to hold one’s culture as superior to others and judge other cultures by one’s own moral standards.
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the tendency to judge all other cultures by the norms and standards of one's own culture. (Racism. Stop it! Action 2000, Canada 1999)
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The attitude or belief that one’s own culture is the best or only one, and that one can understand or judge another culture in terms of one’s own.
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The tendency that people have to evaluate others from their own cultural reference
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Ethnocentrism


(n) belief in the superiority of one's own ethnic group
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A view of the world in which other cultures are seen through the eyes of one’s own culture with a devaluing of the others.
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Ethnocentrism


where you only see the world through your own culture, devaluing others
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Ethnocentrism


Belief in the superiority of one's own ethnic group. Seeing the world through the lenses of one's own people or culture so that own culture always looks best and becomes the pattern everyone else should fit into.
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The tendency to perceive and interpret from the standpoint of one’s own culture. In epidemiology the tendency is reflected in the practice of using the White population as the norm or standard (see White).
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Belief in the superiority of one’s race and culture. Webster’s Third New International Dictionary defines ethnocentrism “as a habitual disposition to judge foreign people or groups by the standa [..]
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 (a) the more ethnocentric the student is, the more difficulty he or she will have in accepting the other culture and; (b) the less accepting the host culture is of differences—that is, the more eth [..]
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Ethnocentrism


– the view held by members of a particular culture that the values and ways of one's own group are superior to others and that all other cultures are judged inferior with reference to this view.
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Ethnocentrism


The belief that one ethnic group or culture is inherently more superior.
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the idea that one’s own culture is superior to others. This is viewed negatively by social justice warriors, even if it is factually justified.
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Ethnocentrism


The belief that one's own group or culture is superior to all other groups or cultures.
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Ethnocentrism


The tendency to look at the world primarily from the perspective of one's own traditional, deferred, or adoptive ethnic culture.
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