Hegemony and the hidden persuaders the power of un-common sense

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Internet links:

Hegemony In Gramsci's Original Prison Notebooks -

Carl Cuneo's Notes on the Concept of Hegemony in Gramsci (with slides) http://socserv2.mcmaster.ca/soc/courses/soc2r3/gramsci/gramheg.htm

From Cultural Hegemony to the Culture of (computer) Code


Bakhtin, Gramsci and the Semiotics of Hegemony (seriously erudite)


Civil Society, Cultural Hegemony, and Citizenship: Implications for adult education.


Cultural Hegemony Theory


And some lists of other bits and pieces



"Cultural influences have set up the assumptions about the mind, the body, and the universe with which we begin; pose the questions we ask; influence the facts we seek; determine the interpretations we give these facts; and direct our reaction to these interpretations and conclusions."

[Gunnar Myrdal, An American Dilemma (1944)]

"If democracy is ever to be threatened, it will not be by revolutionary groups burning government offices and occupying the broadcasting and newspaper offices of the world. It will come from disenchantment, cynicism and despair caused by the realisation that the New World Order means we are all to be managed and not represented."

[Tony Benn, British Labour Party Member of Parliament]

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