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ⓘ Hegemony is the power of one group over other groups. Hegemony is mostly used to refer to relationships between different nations. This might be direct dominanc ..




Hegemony
                                     

ⓘ Hegemony

Hegemony is the power of one group over other groups. Hegemony is mostly used to refer to relationships between different nations. This might be direct dominance, such as through military might, but may be indirect dominance, such as when a nation can dictate the terms of trade to its advantage.

Hegemony often describes the relationship of a great power to nearby less powerful countries. The term is Greek, and was first used about the influence of a great city over the cities which were allied to it. Examples are the Peloponnesian League of Sparta 6th to 4th centuries BC; the short-lived Delian League of Classical Athens. The later League of Corinth was headed not by a state, but by Philip II of Macedon. Such a hegemon is a king or ruler with personal power.

A hegemonic relationship is usually described as less than an empire, but more than a regional power. This means a hegemon may not actually take control of other nations, but has the power to greatly influence what they do. On the other hand, a global hegemon is more powerful than, say, Iran is in the Middle East.

                                     

1. Other websites

  • Hegemonic Pundit, a neo-con blog
  • Mike Dorsher, Ph.D., "Hegemony Online: The Quiet Convergence of Power, Culture and Computers" Archived 2010-09-26 at the Wayback Machine
  • Stuart Hainsworth, "Gramscis hegemony theory and the ideological role of the mass media"
  • Hegemony and the hidden persuaders - the power of un-common sense
                                     
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  • started in the 8th century. The gradual unification of England under Wessex hegemony occurred during the 9th and 10th centuries. Anglo - Saxon England ended with
  • A Likely Story: Chirac, France - NATO, European Security, and American Hegemony French Politics and Society. 14 2 1 8. ISSN 0882 - 1267. JSTOR 42844543
  • political and economic dominance, not just a numerical majority or cultural hegemony Rothì, Despina M. Lyons, Evanthia Chryssochoou, Xenia February 2005
  • centuries. Tokugawa Ieyasu defeats a coalition of daimyo and establishes hegemony over most of Japan. 1603 Keichō 8 The emperor appoints Ieyasu as shogun
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  • the Delian League during the 5th century. They were displaced by Spartan hegemony during the early 4th century BC. Finally there was the League of Corinth
  • family, the House of Garen, expanded its territories and established its hegemonic rule through a skillful combination of warfare, trade linkages and alliances