scapegoatism

scapegoatism

(ˈskeɪpˌɡəʊtˌɪzəm)
n
the practice of scapegoating or blaming a scapegoat
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This is a well understood phenomenon that often leads to scapegoatism: blaming outsiders, such as immigrants, or racial and religious minorities.
'The theme of 2019 May day celebration ' Another 100 years of struggle for jobs, dignity and social justice in Nigeria' is still fresh in our mind and hence, NLC shall resist all forms of slavery, scapegoatism, suffering and other negative variables currently been experienced by workers in Oyo state.
Akenji, L., Consumer Scapegoatism and Limits to Green Consumerism, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2013.05.022, Journal of Cleaner Production, 63, 13-23 (2014)
She got support from parliamentarians in Europe as well as other rights activists in the west, although her continued detention reeked of a lingering scapegoatism that seeks to lay blame on the past administration, and is widely seen as old politicos back in power just trying to return a favor, and not just Duterte but others whose lives she might have made difficult.
This thinking reflects an attitude of scapegoatism in which one doesn't want to take responsibility for his actions, according to Ang.
Consumer scapegoatism and limits to green consumerism, Journal of Cleaner Produc.
An example is the need for any system of governance in Cyprus to tackle our cultural idiosyncrasies that include: cronyism, tokenism, short-termism, populism, scapegoatism, clientsim and tribalism.
nostalgia, conspiracy theories and scapegoatism; self-perception as "victimised majority" and a positively revived inter-war [and wartime] fascist mythology; to which we could also add a tormented post-communist socioeconomic transition and its correlative cultures of despair.
Interestingly, the book's cover probably exacerbates the very issue of scapegoatism that Bell tries to defuse.
This blatantly obvious case of scapegoatism has cost our community dearly.
Scapegoatism, excuses and deflectionary tactics are just three of the barbs aimed at Houllier.
Her publications include Viewing Europe from the Outside: Cultural Encounters and Critiques in the Eighteenth-Century Pseudo-Oriental Travelogue and the Nineteenth-Century `Voyage en Orient' (Peter Lang, 1997), "Secularism, Satire, and Scapegoatism in Chateaubriand's Itineraire de Paris d Jerusalem" in Historicizing Christian Encounters with the Other (Macmillan, 1998), "Exile, Existentialism, and Identity in Emily Nasrallah's Flight Against Time (forthcoming in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction), and articles on travel and travel writers in the Dictionary of Literary Biography.