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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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Cultural Marxism in Postwar Britain: History, the New Left, and the Origins ...

Dennis L. Dworkin - 1997 - 322 pagina’s
...inseparable from "class struggle" but it entailed "consent." In The Prison Notebooks he defined hegemony as "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group."76 Thompson glossed over this aspect of hegemony's definition. At one level, then, Thompson's...
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Screening the Los Angeles 'Riots': Race, Seeing, and Resistance

Darnell M. Hunt - 1997 - 313 pagina’s
...relations I proposed in chapter 2, KTTV's construction of the events worked to reinforce societal hegemony "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group" (Gramsci 1971, p. 12). The ideologies inscribed in the KTTV text first worked to interpellate...
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Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A Reader

John Storey - 1998 - 646 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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The Fractured Community: Landscapes of Power and Gender ..., Volume 7;Volume 54

Kate A. F. Crehan - 1997 - 258 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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Education for Public Democracy

David T. Sehr - 1997 - 195 pagina’s
...Antonio Gramsci, one of the earliest, most important theorists of hegemony, defines social hegemony as the " 'spontaneous' consent given by the great...direction imposed on social life" by the dominant class. See Antonio Gramsci, Selections from the Prison Notebooks, ed. and transl. Quintin Hoarc and...
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Contingency Blues: The Search For Foundations In American Criticism

Paul Jay - 1997 - 234 pagina’s
...was at the same time transcendental and instrumental. 24. Hegemony, according to Gramsci, is in part "the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group" (12). This consent is "spontaneous" in the sense that it seems freely chosen, but in fact results...
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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
...about hegemony per se. 15 Moreover, the definition quoted most often in recent commentaries—"the 'spontaneous' consent given by the great masses of...imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group" (Gramsci 1971:12)—is actually a description of one of "the subaltern functions of social hegemony...
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Challenging the Public/private Divide: Feminism, Law, and Public Policy

Susan B. Boyd - 1997 - 392 pagina’s
...time, an equally important focus of analysis is 'the "spontaneous" consent given by the great mass of the population to the general direction imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group' (Gramsci 1971, 12; see also Hunt 1993, 229-32). 'Hegemony' is the concept used to describe the...
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Merengue

Paul Austerlitz - 1997 - 195 pagina’s
...it with "state coercive power, " Antonio Gramsci defines hegemony as "the 'spontaneous' consent of the great masses of the population to the general direction imposed on social life imposed by the dominant fundamental group, . . . caused by the prestige that the dominant group enjoys...
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Classes and Elites in Democracy and Democratization: A Collection of Readings

Eva Etzioni-Halevy - 1997 - 335 pagina’s
...subalteru functions of social hegemony and political goverument [italics supplied]. These comptise: 1. The "spontaneous" consent given by the great masses of the population to the general ditection imposed on social life by the dominant fundamental group; this consent is "histotically"...
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