Some myths about Ethnocentrism
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Ethnocentrism, it is said, involves believing certain things to be true: that one's culture is superior to others, more deserving of respect, or at the 'centre' of things. On the alternative view defended in this article, ethnocentrism is a type of bias, not a set of beliefs. If this is correct, it challenges conventional wisdom about the scope, danger, and avoidance of ethnocentrism.
Etinson , A 2018 , ' Some myths about Ethnocentrism ' , Australasian Journal of Philosophy , vol. 96 , no. 2 , pp. 209-224 . https://doi.org/10.1080/00048402.2017.1343363
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