Their psychological inferiority
complex towards the Greeks made them turn to the Greek bonds.
The correlation coefficients (see Table 1) of the problem-solving and self-blame coping styles with perceived self-efficacy in managing inferiority
, and general self-efficacy were all significant (p < .
Today, when we celebrate the 100 year anniversary from Albania's independence, when all Albanian homes are decorated with national flags, the future Albanian projects are in the hands of frustrated politicians, who cover the inferiority
with the ruthlessness against the "traitors".
It can be a feeling of inferiority
, or how today's generation cannot even master their emotions over petty things like banter.
Just imagine how much "feeling of inferiority
and intimidation" can be caused when poor people see:
At IIT- Delhi, Suresh, the son of a brick- kiln worker, was asked by some foreigners doing a survey if he had any inferiority
complex since he was wearing a slipper.
TONY WATT insists Celtic's youths belong on the same stage as Barca - and that Scottish football must shake off its inferiority
Black people on the other hand suffer all the indignities and deprivations which go with their perceived inferiority
, even at the hands of fellow blacks.
The sentimental fictional 'grateful slave' helped to institutionalize the idea of racial inferiority
within British culture.
I would not say we have an inferiority
complex," he said.
It is up to our boys to show they can handle it and I don't have any fears that the Fulham team will be going on to the field with an inferiority
Talk to a person with an inferiority
complex, and no matter how much you praise his talents and accomplishments, he will still feel inadequate.
Moorland and attorney Arthur Barnette Spingarn] present evidence that should have made notions of Black intellectual inferiority
and of pseudoscientific racism clearly unfounded.
Brian O'Driscoll hopes Ireland will use the November series to banish their inferiority
complex over the Tri-Nations big guns as they edge closer to becoming a genuine force.
Myths" (Randolph Meade Walker); examines "Africa, African-Americans and Eurocentric Diffusion" (Charles Jackson); documents "The Utility of Africa in the Black American Struggle: A Paradigmatic Analysis (Tunde Adeleke); explores "Rebuilding Continental-Diaspora African Relations: An Examination of Path-Breaking Trends in Governmental, Pan-African and Educational Linkages" (Victor Okafor); and concludes with "Losing Ground: Historically Black Colleges/University & International Education (Violett Baffour).