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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hegemonise.
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By inserting feudal ideas they hegemonised the art and cultural forms of labour and ultimately succeeded in bringing the masses under their control.
For Manas and other elite wo / men, it s the discourse created by the DAlit sarpanch. but a careful look into the context and history will make u realise the role of caste hegemonised by brahmical ideology in this discourse.
These antagonisms have become exaggerated in a region mired in poverty, state inaction, poor governance and where social provisions and functions such as education and health are hegemonised by communal groups.
Perhaps it is to the advantage of the ruling class that the philosophy of education for critical consciousness is to be silently murdered - so that we will have generations after generation of Malaysians that are hegemonised and "neutralised" by a system that gives them Prozac and Valiums as they travel through the conveyer belt of education - from kindergarten to even graduate school.