WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- Chapter 4: Indians had no civilization until Europeans brought it to them. Mihesuah, Devon A. // American Indians: Stereotypes & Realities;1996, p37
Chapter 4 of the book "American Indians: Stereotypes & Realities" is presented. It explores the implications of the Euro-American ethnocentrism in the widespread destruction of Indians and their cultures. It highlights the development of various civilization of tribes long before the Europeans...
- We are more British than we realise. Howe, Darcus // New Statesman;10/30/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4510, p22
Comments on the multi-ethnocentrism of Great Britain. Views on impact of British on English, Scots and Welsh; Development of New England.
- Antiques. Garrett, Wendell // Magazine Antiques;Jul97, Vol. 152 Issue 1, p77
Focuses on the establishment of civilization in America which was based on European civilization. Information on the first English settlers; Comments from British historian Lewis Namier; Information on the intellectual revolution in the eighteenth century.
- IMMIGRANT CONSUMERS, ETHNOCENTRISM, AND COUNTRY OF ORIGIN. Zolfagharian, Mohammadali; Qin Sun; Saldivar, Robert // AMA Winter Educators' Conference Proceedings;2013, Vol. 24, p503
An abstract of the article "Immigrant Consumers, Ethnocentrism, and Country of Origin,' by Mohammadali Zolfagharian, Qin Sun, and Robert Saldivar is presented.
- Cultural universals as endless tasks: Phenomenology, relativism, and ethnocentrism. Noe, Keiichi // Monist;Jan95, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p41
Focuses on the phenomenology, relativism and ethnocentrism of cultural universals. Rise of Kuhn's paradigm theory and Quine's thesis of the indeterminacy of translation; Dominance of cultural pluralism or relativism among philosophers; Development of phenomenology from a static to a genetic...
- A Kind Word for Ethnocentrism. Dannhauser, Werner J. // Design for Arts in Education;Mar/Apr85, Vol. 86 Issue 4, p11
The article focuses on Western ethnocentrism and relativism in education. The author states that educators should begin the education of children by intensifying their appreciation of what is their own. He added that educators can teach students about their own way of life, however, they must be...
- Race is Ordinary: Britain's Post-Colonial Melancholia. Gilroy, Paul // Philosophia Africana;Mar2003, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p31
The article provides information on the issue of racism in Great Britain. Great Britain's nationalism and racism continue to be joined, but their divergence in tone as well as political and emotional value are habitually interceded by the unrelieved power of culture. According to the author, if...
- From Ethnocentrism to Realism: Can Discourse Ethics Bridge the Gap? Simon, Robert L. // Journal of the Philosophy of Sport;2004, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p122
The article focuses on the relation between ethnocentrism and realism and the role of discourse ethics. Ethnocentrism emphasizes the "ethos of the game," the implicit social conventions used to interpret the formal rules and to convey common understandings of how the game should be played....
- COMPARISON OF CONSUMER ETHNOCENTRISM BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS IN TRANSITIONAL ECONOMIES. Auruskeviciene, Vilte; Vianelli, Donata; Reardon, James // Transformation in Business & Economics;2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p20
It has been twenty plus years since the breakup of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia left handfuls of countries newly independent and transitioning to a market economy. In this period, transitional markets have faced major economic, social and political changes, and increasing competition. In this...