Since the term euro-centric
is, well, eurocentric, I suppose I coined this term a while back while in a particularly nerdly
mood. It's sort of a root-analysis of the standard PC
Superclass of 'eurocentric', indicating that the writer/speaker/etc. has assumed context, (usually going with the hegemony), neglected other contexts, and has not bothered to mention that other contexts were neglected.
Sometimes those involved with identity politics will brand something as euro-centric merely because it fails to explicitly mention the current main alternative, and the reader might accidentally imagine the unmarked category.