canteen culture

canteen culture noun (informal)
A system of behaviour said to exist in certain, usu male-dominated, organizations, promoting loyalty to the group and discriminating against outsiders
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Main Entry:canteen

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canteen culture UK US noun [uncountable] british
the attitudes of some male police officers and other men who are considered to be sexist and racist
Thesaurus: race relations and racismhyponym equal rightssynonym

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canˈteen culture 7 [canteen culture] noun uncountable (BrE, disapproving)
a set of old-fashioned and unfair attitudes that are said to exist among police officers

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