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In Britain, the Labour Party (under Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, and Edward Miliband) was too coy even to mention the post-2008 intensification of the class war against the majority, leading to the rise across the Labour heartland of the UK Independence Party (Ukip), with its Brexit parochialism.
And when large swaths of the working class turned against the establishment's favorite sons and daughters -- the Clintons, the Bushes, the Blairs and the Camerons -- endorsing militant parochialism, the commentariat blamed the riffraff's illusions about capitalism.
But also because we cannot let parochialism hold us back again.
In addition, added to the three variables previously used by Lindsay (ideology, parochialism, and PID), this paper will consider the additional variable of the prospect of re-election for each senator.
With humor trading on awareness of fading Brit TV stars such as Keith Chegwin and Russell Grant, pic flaunts its parochialism, but that wouldn't matter if local auds had stepped up for it.
British football supporters are often accused of parochialism but for my money the Johnstones Paint Trophy is the best knockout tournament split into north and south sections and competed for by teams from the bottom two professional leagues in the world.
This article is the third in a three-part series on the internal barriers that fear creates in organizations: parochialism, territorialism, and empire building.
Clearly they have a real interest in seeing the CBD succeed, quite aside from any parochialism.
As mercilessly as Stevenson--part cultural historian, part paranoid conspiracy theorist--lampoons forgotten moments of artistic hubris, misjudgment, and parochialism, his nuanced pseudo-documentary installations and films belie a fascination with, even an empathy for, the romance of pretense and failure.
Branding Cities: Cosmopolitanism, Parochialism, and Social Change.
NZNO industrial adviser Glenda Alexander said the issue was not simply a case of regional parochialism.
As we fail to care enough about the value of what we believe to share it forcefully and effectively with others, we contribute by our inaction to seeping parochialism.