In the case of alleged male chauvinism
in the Dalada Maligawa, the 'Island's editorial focus is not only limited but is narrow and lacks balance.
DI: Is there some level of "chauvinism
" in ethnic studies?
org might indulge in a little chauvinism
. Just as the British songwriter owns the longest-running title in Broadway history, "The Phantom of the Opera, that distinction used to belong to Herman with his "Hello, Dolly!" And speaking of records, Herman remains the only composer in Broadway history to have had three shows that played more than 1,500 consecutive perfs.
in India once ran along religious lines; today it runs equallyC along the lines of language, caste and region
Non-Malay communities were uncomfortable with the gesture, especially ethnic Chinese who felt it was aimed at them, a symbol of Malay chauvinism
and a reminder of deadly race riots in 1969 when Malays and Chinese attacked each other with knives.
I thought we were years past such chauvinism
. How smart of this mostly Republican group to insult and remove the chief economic developer for our state, the governor, from its board of directors because he's a Democrat.
Controversial questions such as does Islam encourage male chauvinism
, is the veil an obstacle to community cohesion and why women aren't allowed in some mosques, will be tackled at a series of workshops during the event between noon and 5pm on Saturday.
Take the rodeo scene, where Borat is invited to sing his national anthem, which turns out to echo American chauvinism
, circa 2003: Kazakhstan is number one!
Hence, the elite city-building agenda was ultimately limited by commercial-civic leaders' own racism and class chauvinism
. Fearing black political dominance, white elites enforced a racial consensus that delayed discussions of contentious city growth schemes for decades, until African Americans were formally disfranchised.
" means "exaggerated patriotism" or, following the OED, "bellicose patriotism:" "My country right or wrong!" sums it up pretty well.
Encouraged by Moholy-Nagy she joined the metal workshop, being the only woman there, and soon rose to prominence despite the male chauvinism
of her colleagues, becoming acting director.
But only because those 'We'll moider da bums' mantras spouted daily, plus the tabloid chauvinism
and the self-deluding claims that the squad was packed with world-class players turned out to be as empty as the performances.
Moreover (and this is not male chauvinism
asserting itself) the male physique, just as in sports, enables men to be quantitatively superior in sheer physical strength.
In published articles, he said his goal was to make fun of another student host who had made fun of him by calling him a loser and "gay." The student and his guests aired comments that included "violent chauvinism
, jaw-droppingly racist attitudes, rampant homophobia, and even raging anti-Semitism," according to a description in the student newspaper.
Nor did we make any attempt to recruit whites." (12) Likely this reluctance to recruit whites came about due to persistent white chauvinism
within the labor movement, a subject which is frequently reviled in the pages of the Crusader.