We have been guilty of parochialism, of resistance to change.
(9) This wasn't about cultural parochialism , placing Victorian paintings above the art of other nations and times.Spiked (2004)
IT is not narrow parochialism to point to Scottish influences in Canadian literature.Glasgow Herald (2001)
Life in East Hampton - the village, its people, the cloying parochialism - became just another rod to beat him with.AMAGANSETT (2004)
Maxwell said: "I understand their feelings but I cannot accept their parochialism.Sun, News of the World (2001)
Rosalind felt she could count on the Austrian-born Evi to understand her dislike of English parochialism.ROSALIND FRANKLIN (2002)
The New Yorker's list, reproduced here, offended McCrum because of its parochialism and smugness.Misc (1999)
We have done our very best to try to remove the parochialism.The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2005)