in the writings of Gramsci, hegemony refers to the dominance of one social class over others. The term bourgeois cultural hegemony is also used - it refers to the dominance of the bourgeoisie over other classes, but the key word is cultural, as it emphasises that it is the bourgeois culture, with al...
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[n] - the domination of one state over its allies
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the means by which a ruling/dominant group wins over a subordinate group through ideas
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Political dominance of one power over others in a group in which all are supposedly equal. The term was first used for the dominance of Athens over the other Greek city states, later applied to...
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He·gem`o·ny noun [ Greek ..., from ... guide, leader, from ... to go before.] Leadership; preponderant influence or authority; -- usually applied to the relation of a government or state to its neighbors or confederates. Lieber.
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noun the dominance or leadership of one social group or nation over others; `the hegemony of a single member state is not incompatible with a genuine confederation`; `to say they have priority is not to say the...
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• (n.) Leadership; preponderant influence or authority; -- usually applied to the relation of a government or state to its neighbors or confederates.
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Hegemony (UK; US, hɨˈdʒɛməni; ἡγεμονία hēgemonía, leadership, rule) is an indirect form of imperial dominance in which the hegemon (leader state) rules sub-ordinate states by the implied means of power rather than direct military force. In Ancient Greece (8th c. BC – AD 6th c.), h...
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hegemony (hijem'unē, hē–, hej'umō"nē, heg'u–) , [Gr.,=leadership], dominance, originally of one Greek city-state over others, the term has been extended to refer to the dominance of one nation over others, and, following Gramsci, of one class over ...
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Political dominance of one power over others in a group in which all are supposedly equal. The term was first used for the dominance of Athens over the other Greek city states, later applied to Prussia within Germany, and, in more recent times, to the USA and the USSR with regard to the rest of the ...
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1) Domination 2) Form of government 3) Political system
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