Race Differences in Ethnocentrism
Author(s): Edward Dutton
When ‘The Great Migration’ began in 2015, over a million Africans and Arabs entered Europe. Many Western European countries welcomed them with open arms, while the countries of Eastern Europe reacted with horror at the prospect of accepting them, as did countries in the Middle East and Far East.
Why are some nations so much more welcoming to immigrants than others? Why are some ethnic groups more ethnocentric than others, and why do Europeans seem to be so low in ethnocentrism? This highly original book sets out to answer these crucial questions. This is the first book to look at race differences in ethnocentrism, as well as the first to survey cutting-edge genetic research on differences in ethnocentrism.
Ethnocentrism, Dutton concludes, is predicted by almost everything Europeans have abandoned: cousin marriage, religiousness, a small gene pool, high levels of infant mortality. And his research suggests that, eventually, the more ethnocentric groups almost always dominate…
Dutton is a brilliant young researcher who has published some excellent work, of which this book is his latest example. It is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the reasons behind the apparent suicide of the European peoples. — Prof. Richard Lynn
Edward Dutton has provided a thorough review of the psychometric literature on ethnocentrism. Highly recommend. — Prof. Kevin MacDonald
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About the Author
Chapter One: ‘At Least They Hear the Things I Hear…’
2. Previous Studies of Ethnocentrism
3. Historical Observation of Differences in Ethnocentrism
Chapter Two: What Is ‘Race’?
2. What Is Race?
3. Taxonomies of Races
4. Criticisms of the Concept of Race
Chapter Three: What Is Intelligence?
2. What Is Intelligence?
3. Race Differences in Intelligence
4. Criticisms of Race and IQ Data
Chapter Four: What are ‘Ethnocentrism’ and ‘Ethnicity’?
2. What Is Ethnocentrism?
3. Lexical Definitions of Ethnicity
6. The Sociobiological School
7. Criticisms of the Sociobiological School
8. What Causes Ethnocentrism?
Chapter Five: Evidence for Genetic Similarity Theory
2. Genetic Similarity Theory
3. Social Assortment Studies
4. Twin and Adoption Studies
5. Blood Tests, Bereavement, Scent and Faces
6. Genetic Similarity, Race and Race Proxies
7. Other Lines of Research
Chapter Six: Ethnocentrism, Personality Traits and Computer Modelling
3. Tracking the Spread: Computer Modelling
4. Prisoner’s Dilemma
5. Developments of the Model
6. Why Do Ethnocentrics Always Win?
7. Limitations to the Computer Modelling of Ethnocentrism
8. Bruce Charlton’s Model
Chapter Seven: The Genetics of Ethnocentrism
2. Measures of Ethnocentrism
3. Genes for Race Differences in Ethnocentrism
4. Parasite Stress
5. Problems with the Parasite Stress Model
6. The Life History Theory Model of Ethnocentrism
8. Testing the Life History Theory Hypothesis
Chapter Eight: Race Differences, Cousin Marriage and Religion
2. Race Differences in Ethnocentrism
3. Why Are Northeast Asians More Ethnocentric than Europeans?
4. Arabs and South Asians
5. Cousin Marriage Among Arabs
6. Testing the Relationship between Cousin Marriage and Ethnocentrism
7. Religiousness and Ethnocentrism
8. Genes for Ethnocentrism and Jews
9. Low Ethnocentrism: Europeans and Africans
10. Selection for Low Ethnocentrism in Europeans?
11. The Fleeting Nature of Race Differences in Ethnocentrism
Chapter Nine: Stress, Demographics and Diversity
2. Risk, Stress and Ethnocentrism
3. Age Profile and Gender
5. Ethnic Diversity
6. Intelligence and Education
Chapter Ten: Industrialization and the Decline of Ethnocentrism
2. General Effects of Industrialization: The Decline of Religion
4. Mutational Meltdown in Mouse Utopia
Chapter Eleven: Why Did Different Ethnicities React Differently in 2015?
2. Positive Ethnocentrism
3. Negative Ethnocentrism
4. Group Differences in Ethnocentrism
Index of Names
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