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Eurocentrism and Academic Imperialism

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Perhaps an appropriate way to begin this article is by taking a look at the commonly used phrase “international community”.

The term is used regularly when one reads newspapers, internet news sources, or watches television. It comes up when issues of global concern are discussed or are deemed to be at stake and usually some sort of universal consensus is sought in order to deal with the issue. The projection of the idea that some form of consensus has been achieved or is lacking is what is of interest here.

 

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