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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.
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.
All of these things become invisible when we adopt an approach like Zizek's because the social world has been hegemonized by the signifier.
"Mainstream journalistic identification is clearly aligned with a particular conception of democracy that has been hegemonized in capitalist liberal democracies," [Phelan] writes.
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.