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Eurocentric

chiefly concerned with or concentrating on Europe and European culture
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Hogue builds his theory of planetary postmodernism on Enrique Dussel's distinction between a Eurocentric modernism and a planetary modernism.
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To challenge and to change these sorts of Eurocentric views is the main motivation of this book.
Which actress (right) has received an apology from Grazia magazine after being accused of altering her hair on the cover "to fit a more Eurocentric notion" of beauty?
Which actress has received an apology from Grazia magazine after being accused of altering her hair on the cover "to fit a more Eurocentric notion" of beauty?
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Also important, this research will provide a counter-example to the more common metanarrative of Eurocentric, male-centric, and economically elitist narratives of music delivered in music appreciation offerings for youth during this era.