Meaning of ethnocentrically in English:



See ethnocentric

‘When the world is getting more networked, the knee-jerk reaction seems to be an attempt to simplify and ethnocentrically modify an increasingly complex set of messages that come from all directions.’
  • ‘I realize that in an age of internationalism, I have set this argument out ethnocentrically.’
  • ‘He has taken this physically, culturally, and linguistically distinct group and created an ethnocentrically negative stereotype of these people with racist overtones, which colors his behavior and attitude towards them.’