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Sumner and the Universal Syndrome of Ethnocentrism
CrossCultural Variations in Ethnocentrism
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aggression alliances analysis anthropological anthropologists asked attitudes Bedouin behavior boundaries boys Campbell Chapter cognitive concept correlation Coser cross-cultural degree differential displacement dissonance economic enemy ethnic community ethnic groups ethnocentrism ethnographer Europeans evaluation example feuding fighting frequent frustration frustration-aggression-displacement theory Fulani greater group differences gumsa Gusii Hausa hypotheses images informant ingroup members ingroup solidarity inhibition interaction intergroup conflict intergroup relations internal interview involved Kalenjin Kenya killed Kipsigis Kisii language less linguistic loyalty matrilocal membership military narcissism Naroll neighbors organization outgroup hostility peace perceived perception persons political polygyny population positive prediction principle Probe propositions questions realistic-group-conflict theory reference groups regard region relationship relevant segment self-esteem sexual Sherif situation social anthropology social distance Social Psychology sociocultural evolution specific outgroup stereotypes stimulus structure Sumner Tanzania tendency territorial theoretical threat traditional tribes unit University warfare witchcraft women York