those seeking to understand how Malaysian museums and memorials serve hegemonicpower, and to see that there can be cracks in that edifice where more pluralistic voices and views have begun to emerge.
Mitchell, Don (1996). The Lie of the Land. Migrant workers and the California
analysis is more complex as Cuban counterrevolutionaries sought to use U.S. hegemonicpower to reclaim their own control over the island. However, the book’s overall analysis is both questionable and inadequately sustained by the evidence it presents. This weakness is most glaring in the two chapters on
the speeches of Chávez) with whom he sets up an alignment and also calls on public memory. Reyes then moves on to provide a justification of the data from which his analysis is derived.
Contextualizing his data, Reyes explains the role of the United States as a global hegemonicpower. Readers can
Italian people, who allowed themselves to be persuaded that acquiescence to the hegemonicpower of the church was a price worth paying for the avoidance of religious war; a conclusion that was shared, incidentally, by Croce. Prosperi’s argument is expressed in the full title to his opus magnum: Tribunali
feels it is important to underline “the subjective nature of making value judgments of particular forms of sexuality […] Any aesthetic distinction is based on subjective views yet acquires hegemonicpower in a given context” (p. 33). Symbolic subversion becomes about resistance to the effects of
fight against the hegemonicpower of the West, especially the United States. Under this rationale, the authors invite all Muslims to start using the internet for dakwah . A sizeable part of the book is devoted to basic technical know-how needed to create online profiles and manage online dakwah content
, 2015) postulates a longer-term ‘tournament model’ of competing European small-scale territories in the absence of any hegemonicpower. The novelty cannot be found in the formula itself, but in the systemic, and finally mathematical form given to it. See Martin Van Creveld, The Rise and Decline of the
Burningham and Thrush, 2001; Ellis, 2004; Dixon 2010 ). Central to these approaches is an emphasis on the counter-hegemonicpower of urban mobilisations against corporate market rule, especially since the Occupy and 15-M movements diffused into many of the urban strongholds of neo-liberalism. However, much
, unconscious of its social reality. The subordinate gradually self-subordinates and rationalises that its complicity in perpetuating hegemonic leadership is sensible. Capitalism produces social apparatuses that organically demand a stabilising hegemonicpower to regulate distribution of economic and cultural
is, of course, an over-simplification; even at the most tense moments of conflict between these empires of faith, the Mediterranean continued to act as a conduit and network of communication. Nevertheless, it cannot be denied that the Mediterranean region was no longer united under a single hegemonic