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    Biographies Of Hegemony

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    However, Karen Ho explains how the elite education system blinded students’ eyes on what constituted a good job in the essay “Biographies of Hegemony”. She also mentioned that Wall Street companies hire the majority of their employees from elite universities, especially Harvard and Princeton. The culture and tradition of working on Wall Street after graduation exert high pressure on students at these elite universities, and limit their career options and expectations. Similarly, in the essay “Selections From Reading…

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    and to judge the things they think and do. In addition, hegemony is a silent method of social dominance and subordinate groups seem to accept it without notice it. McLaren explains that critical pedagogy defines ideology in a way, in which we view the world with certain values, ideas, and beliefs. This gives our social and political life a meaning and common sense. According to McLaren, society develops this ideology unfairly. In other words, there is favoritism towards a group and…

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    Hegemony is a process of coercion and consent. What does this mean, and how useful is it in explaining the role of culture in maintaining dominant ideologies? The expression ‘hegemony’ can be considered in a number of ways, the first and most apparent definition: a leader or representation of a certain ideology with the ability to gain control over another, weaker power. An example of this shown through history is the Soviet Union’s expansion over Eastern Europe, through the use of dictatorial…

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    Hegemony is leadership or dominance, especially by one country or social group over others. Some key points that correlate with hegemony is patriarchy, genders, masculinity, and power. Hegemony allows people to see and think the way they do, and is in everyday life. It controls as if it is innate or natural. Hegemony supports and upholds the power and privilege of the white, upper class, heterosexual men. With that being said, this essay will examine how race, disability, class, and gender…

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    it can surmised as movements from above providing guidance and orientation to those on the bottom having them accept the current state of affairs as “natural” by which the state could be able mediate and provide an avenue for their grievances tying into the first essay mentioned in the above. Though Gramsci’s analysis was more concerned with the political realm, he would also note the cultural effects of hegemony by noting the ideological apparatus on how the dominant intellectuals sell their…

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    In The Struggle for Order: Hegemony, Hierarchy, and Transition in Post-Cold War East Asia Goh focuses on the Sino-U.S rivalry and collaboration over the decades. Goh also examines the behaviors exhibited by other powers like Japan, South Korea, and ASEAN countries. Goh’s objective in this book is to analyze and discuss the complicated international relations realities in East Asia in the post-Cold War era. The Struggle for Order: Hegemony, Hierarchy, and Transition in Post-Cold War East Asia is…

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    Examples Of Constructivism

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    Systemic change is when there is a change or shift of the dominant power/powers in an international system. It can be characterized by when hegemony moves from the main hegemonic power to another rising power, or to several other rising powers in the system. Challenges to hegemonic powers that would lead their powers to the hands of others include but are not limited to other powers becoming more economically and technologically advanced the costs of remaining a hegemonic power tend to grow…

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    crew members. Without confirming that the concrete job was done properly, due to not running the cement bond log, Vidrine assumed the well’s integrity was stable. Running a negative pressure test could speed the process of confirming the job was complete. Because they were already so far behind schedule, over budget, and losing money every day, it was in BP’s best interests to do so. However, it also puts the rig and crew in harm’s way. Instead of erring on the side of caution, the BP rig…

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    successful and how tyranny spreads its roots under the garb of democracy. The novella has heavy Marxian insight and focuses on various factors that help tyranny prosper and how education is our only weapon in curbing it. Antonio Gramsci was a neo-Marxist theorist and politician. Famous for his Philosophy of Praxis which constituted of three main ideas, his works are highly regarded in formation of 20th century political theory. He is best known for the concept called Cultural Hegemony which…

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    and Horkheimer based on the economic structure in the western society. It could be comprehended through the operation of cultural hegemony (i.e. how culture industry operates with the consent from the mass by the “dominant fundamental group”) that introduced by Gramsci. The following three academic articles emphasize on different features of culture industry thesis and further develop the concept originally proposed by Ardono and Horkheimer. This essay will evaluate how effective the theory has…

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