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How the RSA's and ISA's converge in order to perpetuate hegemonic ideals as seen through the operation of the justice system is a critical aspect of the maintenance of hegemony.
This also entails a sociological conception of geopolitics representing interplay of domestic class relations, hegemonic projects, the state, and geopolitical and geoeconomic competition.
Alluding to its recent aggression and the display of irresponsible behavior by India, Ambassador Janjua highlighted that South Asia's security environment was blighted by India's insistence on hegemonic policies, engaging in a relentless arms build-up, and a myopic refusal to engage in any meaningful dialogue on security issues.
In the same way that a hegemonic system comes into existence, so could a counter-hegemonic alternative.
Laclau and Mouffe maintain that the unfixity of the social space is a key component of the articulation of hegemonic practices.
First, the nature and power of constructs of hegemonic masculinity, and its effects, are explored; then anorexia nervosa as a psychomedical, internalised female phenomenon is discussed; finally the possible significance of the interactions of puberty, with its forces of hegemonic masculinity, and the power and demands of the voices of anorexia nervosa are examined.
Power, physicality and self-respect have held center stage in working-class masculinities and thus it is significant that the films listed above present us with pervasive images of male ineffectuality and powerlessness, often vis-a-vis women, both in public and private spheres, raising questions about how hegemonic white working-class masculinity can be on or off screen.
Colonial imperialism (Type II) is a far cry from hegemonic imperialism.
This article is aimed at analysing this phenomenon and clarifying if the information process surrounding Venezuela (that emerges from the universe of selected Western hegemonic newspapers) is marked by a systematic negative bias.
The masculinity that Connell (1995) defines as hegemonic (2), instead, is rarely investigated, if not linked to phenomena of violence, social exclusion and terrorism, or at least conceptualized as deviant masculinity (Amar, 2011), often considering Islam not as one of its constituents, but as a causal problem.
In an attempt to analyse the political map, I divided it into three major movements: the political Islamist group, the democratic group and the supporters of a hegemonic state.
And more specifically from a Marxist perspective: which kind of configurations of space -- development and underdevelopment -- and relations of power - struggle for power and hegemonic shift among states -- take shape in a capitalist system of production?