Empire building cannot exist without parochialism
In descriptions that vary from quasi-ethnography to historical narratives, most of the writers do refer to cosmopolitanism and parochialism
and show that they are far from being opposites.
Either way, they deserve a faster alternative, and the current version of parochialism
practiced by the elected officials in those eastern parts of the county does a collective disservice to the constituents who live there.
Travelodge chief operating officer Guy Parsons said: "The research shows a worrying trend towards parochialism
largely down to Britons not having travelled far beyond their own region.
It wasn't always so hard to imagine theater breaking through its parochialism
to embrace other art forms.
The book's third and final chapter makes the case for transnational comparisons, explaining how putting the American South next to "other Souths" can reduce parochialism
and help historians form meaningful generalizations and disprove unsound ones.
While the article speaks of the need to curtail parochial divisions between the logistics branches, this very selective half-measure only enhances the perception that parochialism
is alive and well.
More than a week after the tsunami disaster struck perhaps we may be excused a little parochialism
and the time to examine the UK's involvement in the tragedy.
Accusations of parochialism
could not have been justifiably leveled at Scottish Baptist leaders in this era.
This Klan parochialism
may also account for why individual Klansmen were so easily intimidated by the FBI and so readily became informants.
The Australian Senate is a strange beast: nominally a house of States' rights, it has evolved into a vital cog in the legislative gears with little state parochialism
The proponents of a regional assembly are merely pandering to the lowest form of parochialism
and inverted snobbery.