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chauvinism

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchauvinismchau‧vin‧is‧m /ˈʃəʊvənɪzəm $ ˈʃoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  1 PREJUDICEDa belief that your own sex is better or more important than the other sex, especially if you are a man male chauvinism2 PREJUDICEDa strong belief that your country or race is better or more important than any other national chauvinism
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chauvinismThey regard a last-minute request to spend the weekend collating figures in Darlington as proof positive of their triumph against chauvinism.The academy was labeled a stronghold of male chauvinism.He got a little tired of her complaints that male chauvinism had stopped her getting a book out.But to ascribe this to male chauvinism wouldn't be accurate either.The absence of media chauvinism is testimony, Morris Matthews believes, to the women's communication skills.Perhaps it is because of a hearty dislike of chauvinism and exaggerated nationalism that I have not become an intense patriot.This sense is often identified with nationalism and patriotism which can be dangerously close to racism, chauvinism and xenophobia.Bandaranaike used Sinhalese chauvinism to gain power, but found he could not control it.For the less sophisticated, it was chauvinism.male chauvinismWe doubt if any of the men on translation committees or who did their own translations are conscious of any male chauvinism.Hence also the exaggerated tribalism, the bullheaded racism of an Alf Garnett, the dogged male chauvinism of an Andy Capp.He's had a lifelong fight with feminists who accuse him of extreme male chauvinism and damaging their dignity.He got a little tired of her complaints that male chauvinism had stopped her getting a book out.Marriage experts have slammed Laura's ideas as offensive and pandering to male chauvinism.But to ascribe this to male chauvinism wouldn't be accurate either.
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