tribalism

All Noun
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  • Info Tribalism is the state of being organized in, or advocating for, a tribe or tribes. more...
  • He made further changes to the military command, which he said were intended to fight tribalism, in mid-January.
  • People respond by falling into strong patterns within human nature, particularly tribalism.
  • After numerous successful military attempts; self-conscience, freedom and tribalism gained ever more strength in Neretvia.
  • Tribalism and social bonding help to keep individuals committed to the group, even when personal relations may fray.
  • She has advocated that tribalism is on the increase and has been taking effect in all forms of modern society leading to social unrest.
  • He was described as being far from antogonism and tribalism due to his distance from the material world and his piety.
  • Tribalism is about the power of a brand experience to inspire the association of like-minded people.
  • Ontario has built a fairly independent tribalism system.
  • This is especially true of European states, which have long since moved away from the tribalism that usually gives rise to such folk dances.
  • He also played a great part in dissolving tribalism.
  • They are what he calls, modern tribalism and reflect events he has experienced from humorous to stressful.
  • However, many new states were plagued by tribalism; that is, rivalry between ethnic groups within the nation.
  • Some Southern Sudanese had also claimed that tribalism and racism affected their choice.
  • He has since expressed regret for the 'tribalism' that followed, though he also questions whether he even made the comment in the first place.
  • It has been described as "a combination of tribalism, love for guns, and tradition gone awfully wrong".
  • He advised the Government to encourage Nigerians to stop tribalism and love each other.
  • This was less successful, as regimental tribalism and tradition forced a national outcry.
  • To weaken tribalism, it was also added that to register, parties would need at least three members taken from each of ten prefectures.
  • In many of our cities, social solidarity is being replaced by divisive tribalism, democracy by identity politics.
  • In modern Kazakhstan, tribalism is fading away in business and government life.
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Meaning of tribalism

  • noun The state of living together in tribes
  • noun The beliefs of a tribal society