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Cultural Hegemony in the United States
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Cultural Hegemony in the United States



August 2000 | 352 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This text is the first to present cultural hegemony in its original form - as a process of consent, resistance, and coercion. Hegemony is illustrated with examples from American history and contemporary culture, including practices that represent race, gender and class in everyday life.
 
Introduction
 
Power through Consent
 
Cultural Hegemony and Racism
 
Hegemony and Gender
Breakthroughs and Entrenchment  
 
Class Contradictions and Antagonisms
 
Prospect for Challenge and Change

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