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Whereas nationalism in and of itself does not necessarily imply a belief in the superiority of one ethnicity or country over others, some nationalists support ethnocentric supremacy or protectionism.
Proponents of ethnogenesis may claim it is the only alternative to the sort of ethnocentric and nationalist scholarship that is commonly seen in disputes over the origins of many ancient peoples such as the Franks, Goths, and Huns.
We certainly are not an ethnocentric member of the old world.
While Australians grew up with a wide range of western television, Americans had a more ethnocentric view of the world, Dr Faulkner said.
It is easy to build ethnocentric walls that cause a resistance to change and hinders you from integrating into your new surroundings.
Will our arts future be ethnocentric or based on traditional American values?