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Related topics: Anthropology, Government
tribalismtrib‧al‧is‧m /ˈtraɪbəl-ɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  1 SAbehaviour and attitudes that are based on strong loyalty to your tribe2 SAPGthe state of being organized into tribes
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tribalismMembers of such communities would be anonymous, making defence difficult: tribalism can be very effective on a network.Hence also the exaggerated tribalism, the bullheaded racism of an Alf Garnett, the dogged male chauvinism of an Andy Capp.The tribalism of the town's Ga majority was given heavy emphasis.
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