Antonio gramsci in his essay americanism and fordism

Culturally, hegemony also is established by means of language , specifically the imposed lingua franca of the hegemon (leader state), which then is the official source of information for the people of the society of the sub-ordinate state. Writing on language and power, Andrea Mayr says, "As a practice of power, hegemony operates largely through language." [47] In contemporary society, an example of the use of language in this way is in the way Western countries set up educational systems in African countries mediated by Western languages. [48]

Antonio gramsci in his essay americanism and fordism

antonio gramsci in his essay americanism and fordism

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