Examples of tribalism in a Sentence
Tribalism within the group is strong.
the corrupting influence of tribalism
Recent Examples of tribalism from the Web
And that the faith is not transformative, faith is just a proxy for political tribalism.
YouTube has been shown, for instance, to algorithmically push viewers towards extreme content, and online propaganda has been tied to a rise in tribalism.
This means, of course, that the Republican side of Brooks’ tribalism remains truthless and insane.
But the brand loyalty that the company has inspired by being good at Twitter has led to outright celebrations of meanness and pointless tribalism.
Unbridgeable divides make governing nearly impossible: there can be no consensus in a politics of blind tribalism.
To put the film’s central problem in political terms, Pio is forced to choose between solidarity and identity, between friendship and blood, between universalism and tribalism.
There’s such notorious tribalism in conservatism, but, generally speaking, progressives tend to spend a lot of time getting in each other’s way.
But presidential politics in the post-party era — or, more precisely, in the era of strong partisanship and weak parties, in Julia Azari’s useful formulation — is quickly devolving into pure tribalism, a form of cultural totem-jockeying.
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First Known Use of tribalism
TRIBALISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tribalism for English Language Learners
: loyalty to a tribe or other social group especially when combined with strong negative feelings for people outside the group
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