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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hegemonize.


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  • If you want to say that Geithner is part of, or hegemonized by, financial-sector thinking that always puts the interests of a very few very wealthy people first, go right ahead.

    Matthew Yglesias » Belated Treasury Meeting Blogging

  • In this digitized, computerized, sensationalized, homogenized, and hegemonized age of "Homeland Security", is there really any such thing as a "surprise"?


  • Like many people, I hate the quintessential pictorial of what a perfect, hegemonized America would look like if we all just forgot our histories and pretended like we're getting along in perfect racial symbiosis.

    Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture

  • All of these things become invisible when we adopt an approach like Zizek's because the social world has been hegemonized by the signifier.

    Larval Subjects .

  • "Mainstream journalistic identification is clearly aligned with a particular conception of democracy that has been hegemonized in capitalist liberal democracies," [Phelan] writes.

    Ethical Martini

  • That’s such bad advocacy by Matt’s standards that I can only conclude that he’s been hegemonized by pro-immigration people, arguments, and institutions.

    Matthew Yglesias » Immigration and Low-Wage Workers


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