Noun(1) a phrase or pronunciation that is peculiar to a particular locality(2) a partiality for some particular place
(1) Uneven development provided a fertile ground for burgeoning localism and regionalism, leading the bureaucratic elites to defend vehemently their narrow regional interests.(2) With the exception of certain, fully-gentrified areas, localism and tribalism reign, provincial and backward attitudes dominate.(3) One of the biggest problems for historians of this period is to balance their sensitivity towards its localism with evidence of the interplay between the locality and the regional, national, and indeed international contexts.(4) From the results, we concluded that measuring ease of use, localism , editorial vigor, news quantity and interpretation can start us on the road to a measurement system that could eventually lead to defining and locating the sweet spot.(5) Symbolic attachment may reinforce localism or take the form of personal commitments that extend across socioeconomic strata.(6) Keep the spirit alive people, and localism too.(7) The pressures for uniformity may well have backfired, encouraging a stubborn and defensive localism as a result.(8) The local labour market is influenced by localism because it fosters local preference in employment practices and denies jobs to ‘outsiders’ during periods of unemployment.(9) politics have been dominated by localism and authoritarianism(10) What's the point of the Government advocating localism when the district council is run by people who know nothing about Witham?(11) In spite of her fervent devotion to the virtues of participatory democracy, localism and the educational imperative, the works only partially exhibited these principles.(12) I hope we can get this done and say to the FCC there's a public interest here, people are concerned about localism , competition, diverse any broadcasting and your rules move in exactly the wrong direction.(13) This in itself suggests the depth of localism and regionalism and the seriousness of giving them due weight in symbolizing the nation as a whole.(14) And it is also arguable that the model is in any case valuable precisely as encouraging a move beyond the rather narrow empiricism and localism of some tendencies in current British historiography.(15) Their much vaunted localism , as Boris explains, is merely enthusiasm for yet more bureaucracy, while their antiwar stance is about as far away from traditional liberal internationalism as you can get.(16) There was also a focus on localism - Labour's growing desire to devolve the way public services are managed.
1. sectionalism ::
2. provincialism ::
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