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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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Ethnicity and the State

Judith Drick Toland - 1992 - 269 pagina’s
...form the main contradiction of the state. He characterizes the cultural hegemony of the dominate group as "the spontaneous consent" given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group. He suggests that this consent is historically caused by the prestige (and consequent "assurance,...
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Soviet Workers and De-Stalinization: The Consolidation of the Modern System ...

Donald Filtzer - 2002 - 340 pagina’s
...coercive power of the state, but a consensual ideology, which Gramsci, in his concept of hegemony, defined as the '"spontaneous" consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group', that is, the ruling class.1 This ideology is not something ephemeral or illusory. It is a functional...
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We Gotta Get Out of this Place: Popular Conservatism and Postmodern Culture

Lawrence Grossberg - 1992 - 436 pagina’s
...alliance of support which places it in the leading position. It must win, not consensus, but consent: 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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The End of Education: Toward Posthumanism

William Spanos
...exercising the subaltern functions of social hegemony and political government. These comprise: 1. 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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Heidegger and Criticism: Retrieving the Cultural Politics of Destruction

William V. Spanos - 1993 - 335 pagina’s
...exercising the subaltern functions of social hegemony and political government. These comprise: (1) 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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Masculinities and Crime: Critique and Reconceptualization of Theory

James W. Messerschmidt - 1993 - 236 pagina’s
...dominant conception of reality, is manifest throughout social institutions and, therefore, comprises "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group" (p. 12). According to Gramsci (p. 12), hegemony is achieved fundamentally through consent, yet...
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The Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader

BARALE - 1993 - 666 pagina’s
...government. The functions for this double structure which Gramsci anticipated included the organization of "spontaneous" consent, "given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group," and the exercise of coercive power, which " 'legally' enforces discipline on those groups who...
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The Functions of Dreaming

Alan Moffitt, Milton Kramer - 1993 - 610 pagina’s
...realm of intellectual life, what dominance is in the realm of politics. In this sense hegemony means the "'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...direction imposed on social life by the dominant. . . group; this consent is 'historically' caused by the prestige (and consequent confidence) which...
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Views Beyond the Border Country: Raymond Williams and Cultural Politics

Dennis L. Dworkin, Leslie G. Roman, Leslie Roman - 1993 - 364 pagina’s
...Modern Tragedy, 2nd ed. (London: Verso, 1979), 70n. 11. Hegemony, in its locus classicus, refers to the " 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...direction imposed on social life ... by the dominant group" and the maintenance of that consent through this group's historical "prestige"; see Antonio...
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Eye on the Future: Popular Culture Scholarship Into the Twenty-first Century ...

Ray Broadus Browne, Marilyn Ferris Motz - 1994 - 294 pagina’s
...domination seems to operate in Western societies in the twentieth century. Gramsci characterized 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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