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" spontaneous" consent given by the great masses of the population to the general direction imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group; this consent is "historically... "
Partners in Wonder: Women and the Birth of Science Fiction, 1926-1965 - Pagina 9
door Eric Leif Davin - 2006 - 429 pagina’s
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John Ruskin's Labour: A Study of Ruskin's Social Theory

P. D. Anthony - 1983 - 220 pagina’s
..."deputies" exercising the subaltern functions of social hegemony and political government' who produce 'the "spontaneous" consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group'.9 But the broad consensus that must be the object of this group can only be threatened by the...
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All the World's a Fair: Visions of Empire at American International ...

Robert W. Rydell - 1987 - 328 pagina’s
...of economic and political power in cultural terms by the established leaders of American society and "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group; this consent is 'historically' caused by the prestige (and consequent confidence) which the...
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All the World's a Fair: Visions of Empire at American International ...

Robert W. Rydell - 1987 - 328 pagina’s
...cultural terms hy the estahlished leaders of American society and "the 'spontaneous' consent given hy the great masses of the population to the general direction imposed on social life hy the dominant fundamental group; this consent is 'historically' caused hy the prestige land consequent...
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Modern American Religion, Volume 2: The Noise of Conflict, 1919-1941

Martin E. Marty - 1997 - 478 pagina’s
...would not illumine this story and arguments largely irrelevant to this narrative; (2) Gramsci stresses the " 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group," an assertion sometimes borne out by the American conditions and sometimes not. The two religiously...
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Rethinking Military Politics: Brazil and the Southern Cone

Alfred C. Stepan - 1988 - 167 pagina’s
...asserts that "domination" is a function oí hegemony and coercion. He refers in one place to hegemony as "the spontaneous consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group."16 For Gramsci, to the extent that such hegemony does not exist in civil society, compliance...
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Canadian Baptists and Christian Higher Education

George A. Rawlyk - 1988 - 130 pagina’s
...Gramsci, cultural hegemony in a society being transformed by industrial capitalism is characterized by "the spontaneous consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group; this consent is 'historically' caused by prestige (and consequent confidence) which the dominant...
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Culture, Power, and the State: Rural North China, 1900-1942

Prasenjit Duara - 1991 - 326 pagina’s
...give a short definition. The most often quoted, but still one-dimensional, characterization of it is: "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group." Its superiority over the notion of "false consciousness," which also seeks to explain why historical...
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Alternative Shakespeares, Volume 2

John Drakakis, Terence Hawkes - 1985 - 294 pagina’s
...Casscdon a negro' see Bray 1982: 40-1; on the Earl of Castlehaven see Bingham 1971. 3 That is to say, "the "spontaneous" consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group' (Gramsci 1971: 12). 4 On blood as the seat of both lost and violence see Hoeniger 1992 and Smith...
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Lives in Between: Assimilation and Marginality in Austria, Brazil, and West ...

Leo Spitzer - 1989 - 250 pagina’s
...Apparatuses," pp. 158-62. 14. Gramsci, Selections from the Prison Notebooks, p. 12. Gramsci defines hegemony as "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group; this consent is 'historically' caused by the prestige (and consequent confidence) which the...
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Of Revelation and Revolution, Volume 2: The Dialectics of Modernity on a ...

Jean Comaroff, John L. Comaroff - 1991 - 612 pagina’s
...not about hegemony per se.15 Moreover, the definition quoted most often in recent commentaries — "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group" (Gramsci 1971 : 12) — is actually a description of one of "the subaltern functions of social...
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