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Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) (Paper) contesting hegemony Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) (Paper) contesting hegemony

Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) (Paper)

Dominance without Hegemony – History & Power in Colonial India (OIP) (Paper)

Contesting Hegemony contesting hegemony Contesting Hegemony contesting hegemony

Contesting Hegemony

Targeting academics, civil society, policy makers and students, this book employs Gramsci’s language of hegemony in order to explore the role of civil society in the struggle for social change in post-2000 Zimbabwe. It critiques reductionist approaches in the study of changing state-society relations in post-2000 Zimbabwe that identifies civil society exclusively with opposition politics and excludes organisations aligned to the ruling party, and therefore resulting in functionalist discussions that view civil society as necessarily anti-state. It demonstrates that a dense hegemonic civil society exists and is organically aligned to ZANU-PF in its advocacy for a social change based on transforming the terrain of the relations of social forces of production, albeit implementing this vision through coercive violence, persuasive but exclusionary nationalist politics. Confronting it, is a counter-hegemonic civil society aligned to the MDC, which deploys the discourses of constitutionalism and human rights to resist state hegemony and to unravel ZANU-PF’s violent nationalist project, but in ways devoid of a serious critique of the structural inequalities of a post-independent Zimbabwe.

Rethinking Hegemony contesting hegemony Rethinking Hegemony contesting hegemony

Rethinking Hegemony

Hegemony has long been a key concept within the study of International Relations, as well as across the social sciences more generally, and a term used by analysts to make sense of contemporary events. Drawing on a rich historical framework, this book traces the different definitions and interpretations of hegemony in world politics and shows that the term continues to be a contested one. It examines and develops traditional ideas about hegemony – from the idea of the strong leading state to the dominance of particular ideologies – through a wide range of approaches including hegemonic stability theory and the work of Antonio Gramsci.Exploring issues such as the role of the state, the changing influence of regionalism and the emergence of counter-hegemonic movements, this book argues that a more nuanced understanding of hegemony is necessary in order to understand the construction of the contemporary world order. Considering a wide range of case studies throughout – from the reputation of the United States as an international leader, to the European Union's regional hegemony and the economic prowess of the so-called BRICS group – this text provides the ideal guide to a multi-faceted term and significant force of both history and the modern age.

Rethinking Hegemony contesting hegemony Rethinking Hegemony contesting hegemony

Rethinking Hegemony

Hegemony has long been a key concept within the study of International Relations, as well as across the social sciences more generally, and a term used by analysts to make sense of contemporary events. Drawing on a rich historical framework, this book traces the different definitions and interpretations of hegemony in world politics and shows that the term continues to be a contested one. It examines and develops traditional ideas about hegemony – from the idea of the strong leading state to the dominance of particular ideologies – through a wide range of approaches including hegemonic stability theory and the work of Antonio Gramsci.Exploring issues such as the role of the state, the changing influence of regionalism and the emergence of counter-hegemonic movements, this book argues that a more nuanced understanding of hegemony is necessary in order to understand the construction of the contemporary world order. Considering a wide range of case studies throughout – from the reputation of the United States as an international leader, to the European Union's regional hegemony and the economic prowess of the so-called BRICS group – this text provides the ideal guide to a multi-faceted term and significant force of both history and the modern age.

English Hegemony on ICTs contesting hegemony English Hegemony on ICTs contesting hegemony

English Hegemony on ICTs

The hegemony of English on ICTs is not innocent! It brings about a certain local divide on the level of language, culture and education. The question is, hence, how much linguistic hegemony is responsible for this three-dimensional divide. The quasi-absence of local languages and cultures in ICTs would be the key answer to the raised problematic. As for education, are local languages used in higher education?

Contesting Representations of Nation and Nationalism contesting hegemony Contesting Representations of Nation and Nationalism contesting hegemony

Contesting Representations of Nation and Nationalism

In this book, which is a culmination of my doctoral thesis,I demonstrate that historical literature on the liberation war fought in the 1970s is a veritable stakeholder in the history issue in post independence Zimbabwe. It operationalizes history in a manner that not only illuminates but stimulates more thinking and debates on Zimbabwe's tumultuous politics of contested hegemony. It brings out crucial perspectives on nation and nationalism that potentially embellish current scholarship which has tended to neglect literary genres whenever discussing 'serious' matters.This is vital particularly given the fact that history is at the centre of politics in contemporary Zimbabwe and as such this discourse needs to be engaged from plural perspectives.I further argue that the contesting representations of liberation war history in novelistic discourse make possible the evolution of new contents and thrusts since literature invests in the power of the image and the symbol to comment on important national matters.

C. Dixon Scott Contesting the Reformation contesting hegemony C. Dixon Scott Contesting the Reformation contesting hegemony

C. Dixon Scott Contesting the Reformation

Contesting the Reformation provides a comprehensive survey of the most influential works in the field of Reformation studies from a comparative, cross-national, interdisciplinary perspective. Represents the only English-language single-authored synthetic study of Reformation historiography Addresses both the English and the Continental debates on Reformation history Provides a thematic approach which takes in the main trends in modern Reformation history Draws on the most recent publications relating to Reformation studies Considers the social, political, cultural, and intellectual implications of the Reformation and the associated literature

Narratives of Hegemony and Marginalization contesting hegemony Narratives of Hegemony and Marginalization contesting hegemony

Narratives of Hegemony and Marginalization

Within a well-defined trans-cultural perspective and in the context of contemporary literary theory this book dismantles narratives of marginalization and hegemony rooted in Arabic and American literature in order to centralize the victimized and the subalterns and erect their own cultural mythology. Navigating a spectrum of terrifying and untold narratives of hegemony and domination the book aims to reconstruct a culture devastated by despotism, violence and anarchy. Totally, the book aims to rewrite the story of oppression from the viewpoint of the oppressed aesthetically articulating the turbulent experience and panorama of pessimism underpinning modern history.

Philosophy and Culture: Subaltern and Hegemony in India contesting hegemony Philosophy and Culture: Subaltern and Hegemony in India contesting hegemony

Philosophy and Culture: Subaltern and Hegemony in India

This book brings a collection of essays depicting philosophical and cultural space in India. All of the essays deal in detail with the hegemonic ideas propagated through literature and philosophy. It also focuses attention on possible alternatives evolved in writings in the history of the country. It will be useful to understand the relation between literature and hegemony within the context of postmodern philosophy.

Cultural Hegemony in Kipling’s Kim & Forster’s A Passage to India contesting hegemony Cultural Hegemony in Kipling’s Kim & Forster’s A Passage to India contesting hegemony

Cultural Hegemony in Kipling’s Kim & Forster’s A Passage to India

Rudyard Kipling and E. M. Forster had spent the several periods of their lives in India and along with the Indian culture. Though they had passed a several periods of time in India and had got the affection and love from Indian people, but they had failed to come out from their own culture. The book has focused on two particular books Kim and A Passage to India that the English had cultivated their hidden purpose and that was to establishing their empiricism. All of these may not be considered merely as coincidence but behind that there is one and only purpose and that is to establish cultural hegemony between the two the East and the West that means the Indians and the England—which never be mingled because of many cultural differences and gaps. While the Indians have shown their hospitality to their guest thereby the English has remained busy to impose their superiority upon the Indian culture. And that is why the hegemony in culture has developed. All these issues and arguments have been discussed in detailed throughout the study and its individual section has given a detailed discussion about the whole concept regarding “Cultural Hegemony.”

Gavin Shatkin Contesting the Indian City. Global Visions and the Politics of the Local contesting hegemony Gavin Shatkin Contesting the Indian City. Global Visions and the Politics of the Local contesting hegemony

Gavin Shatkin Contesting the Indian City. Global Visions and the Politics of the Local

Contesting the Indian City features a collection of cutting-edge empirical studies that offer insights into issues of politics, equity, and space relating to urban development in modern India. Features studies that serve to deepen our theoretical understandings of the changes that Indian cities are experiencing Examines how urban redevelopment policy and planning, and reforms of urban politics and real estate markets, are shaping urban spatial change in India The first volume to bring themes of urban political reform, municipal finance, land markets, and real estate industry together in an international publication

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