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xenophobia

xenophobia

xenophobia Sentence Examples

  • The group is assisting communities to promote positive images of refugees and combat racism and xenophobia.

  • To perpetuate racism and xenophobia through our media is not only antisocial and grossly irresponsible, it is well nigh criminal.

  • monied men played on the very strong xenophobia never far below the surface of eighteenth century English life.

  • Thankfully the English have, for the most part, risen above such xenophobia despite the extreme provocation of the Scottish Labor Party.

  • Stalin used anti-semitism to fuel Great Russian xenophobia after 1947.

  • M y concern is how terrorism promotes xenophobia and racism; that destructive generalizations are drawn and incorrect conclusions arrived at.

  • xenophobia disguised under a sheen of scientific legitimacy.

  • These results should be seen as a wake up call for all right-thinking people to combat xenophobia in all its guises.

  • By contrast, Aguilar argues that growing xenophobia against immigrants is a way of redefining and stabilizing Malaysian national identity.

  • The documentary was immediately condemned by EFL teachers as evidence of increasing government xenophobia against English teachers.

  • Iâve no doubt that during that month xenophobia will be running through everyoneâs veins at some point or another.

  • With such vile xenophobia expressed against Germany, how can we expect English football fans to behave differently?

  • With the country also at war with the French and Dutch, paranoid xenophobia - a familiar English trait - was rife.

  • Even Blyton's contemporaries thought the same (the publisher Macmillan once rejected a manuscript for its " unattractive... old-fashioned xenophobia " ).

  • The FA's decision to award him the job was accompanied by a small eruption of unpleasant xenophobia.

  • British attitudes shifted from relative openness to dislike and distrust, and even racial xenophobia.

  • A.E.: How do you feel in the prevailing atmosphere of increased xenophobia in Germany?

  • xenophobia today are to some extent part of the broader legacy of slavery.

  • xenophobia in the media.

  • Assisting communities to promote positive images of refugees and combat racism and xenophobia.

  • Stalin used anti-semitism to fuel Great Russian xenophobia after 1947.

  • M y concern is how terrorism promotes xenophobia and racism; that destructive generalizations are drawn and incorrect conclusions arrived at.

  • At its most fanatical this was outright xenophobia disguised under a sheen of scientific legitimacy.

  • These results should be seen as a wake up call for all right-thinking people to combat xenophobia in all its guises.

  • By contrast, Aguilar argues that growing xenophobia against immigrants is a way of redefining and stabilizing Malaysian national identity.

  • The documentary was immediately condemned by EFL teachers as evidence of increasing government xenophobia against English teachers.

  • Iâve no doubt that during that month xenophobia will be running through everyoneâs veins at some point or another.

  • With such vile xenophobia expressed against Germany, how can we expect English football fans to behave differently?

  • With the country also at war with the French and Dutch, paranoid xenophobia - a familiar English trait - was rife.

  • Even Blyton 's contemporaries thought the same (the publisher Macmillan once rejected a manuscript for its " unattractive... old-fashioned xenophobia ").

  • The FA 's decision to award him the job was accompanied by a small eruption of unpleasant xenophobia.

  • British attitudes shifted from relative openness to dislike and distrust, and even racial xenophobia.

  • A.E.: How do you feel in the prevailing atmosphere of increased xenophobia in Germany?

  • Subsequently racism, prejudice and xenophobia today are to some extent part of the broader legacy of slavery.

  • DREAM - Discrimination, Racism, Equality and the Media Fighting against racism and xenophobia in the media.

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