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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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Elizabethan Mythologies: Studies in Poetry, Drama and Music

Robin Headlam Wells - 1994 - 287 pagina’s
...to defining hegemony is probably the following passage from The Prison Notebooks where he writes of '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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Silent Travelers: Germs, Genes, and the Immigrant Menace

Alan M. Kraut - 1995 - 369 pagina’s
...90(June, 1985): 567-93, TJ Jackson Lears reminds readers of Gramsci's characterization of 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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Joyce, Race, and Empire

Vincent J. Cheng - 1995 - 329 pagina’s
...identifies two functions, "social hegemony and political government," comprising, in his words: (i) 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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Law and the Transformation of Aztec Culture, 1500-1700

Susan Kellogg - 2005 - 285 pagina’s
...numerous and rooted in Antonio Gramsci's comments that contrast domination ("rule") with hegemony, or the "'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group" (1971- 12). Some uses of the concept of hegemony emphasize consent and acceptance of a variety...
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Initial Teacher Training: The Dialogue of Ideology and Culture

Margaret Wilkin - 1996 - 216 pagina’s
...pliable and unreflective public. The concept of hegemony is central in Gramscian theory. He defines it as: The spontaneous consent given by the great...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group, consent 'historically' caused by the prestige (and therefore by the trust) accruing to the dominant...
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Video Critical: Children, the Environment and Media Power

David Gauntlett - 1996 - 176 pagina’s
...conception of 'hegemony' in a little more depth. It is described in the Prison Notebooks (1929—1935) as 'The "spontaneous" consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group' (1971, p. 12). Gramsci recognised that such direction (and consent to it) could not be stamped...
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The Continental Philosophy Reader

Richard Kearney - 1996 - 481 pagina’s
...'deputies' 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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Genealogies for the Present in Cultural Anthropology

Bruce M. Knauft - 1996 - 384 pagina’s
...exercising the subaltern foundations 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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Genealogies for the Present in Cultural Anthropology

Bruce M. Knauft - 1996 - 384 pagina’s
...of social hegemony and political government. These comprise: 1. 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 (and consequent...
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Greek Modernism and Beyond: Essays in Honor of Peter Bien

Peter Bien - 1997 - 278 pagina’s
..."hegemony" by contrasting it with "direct domination" and coercion. In fact he regards "social 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 . . . which the dominant group enjoys...
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