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Centered or focused on Europe or European peoples, especially in relation to historical or cultural influence.

Eu′ro·cen′trism n.
Eu′ro·cen′trist adj. & n.
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Noun1.Eurocentrism - belief in the preeminence of Europe and the Europeans
partisanship, partiality - an inclination to favor one group or view or opinion over alternatives


[ˈjʊərəʊˌsentrɪzəm] Neurocentrismo m
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The dominance of European scholars and a Euro-centric framework in social sciences, including history, has both stemmed from and perpetuated ignorance about the perspectives and feelings of colonized people in writing about the colonial period.
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The Nobel Prize, in particular has a distinct Euro-centric bias.

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