Eurocentric


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Eurocentric

chiefly concerned with or concentrating on Europe and European culture
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To challenge and to change these sorts of Eurocentric views is the main motivation of this book.
Asante draws upon an increasing dissatisfaction with intellectual and cultural Eurocentric hegemony, while promoting the benefits of having "a plural vision in a nation.
Instead, Russia and Turkey should go their own way, "constructing mechanisms based on global pluralism and participation in setting standards rather than insisting on a Eurocentric standard.
IR's Eurocentric foundations have not stood unchallenged.
of Barcelona, Spain) observes, this was not only a Eurocentric way of thinking about modernity, but also responded to social, political, economic, and technological realities that have changed greatly in the intervening decades.
Unintentionally, Eurocentric terms are used loosely by scholars whenever discussing race.
It is a constructive critique of the flaws, inherent in Eurocentric and andocentric scholarship that have dominated studies of gender in Africa and represents a culmination of the process and deconstruction and revision.
Helen Tilley uses the themes taken up by the survey to question the notion of colonial science as inherently Eurocentric.
This epistemic insurgency was key to the opening of spaces in universities for professors from ethnic/racial groups suffering discrimination and/or with non-Western epistemologies in areas which were up to that point monopolized by white professors and students and Eurocentric epistemologies privileging the Cartesian "ego-politics of knowledge" (Grosfoguel 2008a).
In the history of African-American arts in the Eurocentric world of America, literally every artistic endeavor, when first introduced or undertaken, is somehow demeaned, ridiculed and/or rejected.
In both tasks, they challenge and offer alternatives to the Eurocentric cast of much contemporary biblical criticism.
The present article seeks to substantiate this overlooked thesis by problematizing the Eurocentric structure of knowledge in the non-Western academic world and elaborating on the role of Asiacentricity in de-Westernizing communication research.