Hegemony He*gem`o*ny, n. [Gr. ?, fr. ? guide, leader, fr. ? to go before.] Leadership; preponderant influence or authority; -- usually applied to the relation of a government or state to its neighbors or confederates. --Lieber. [1913 Webster]

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  • hegemony — 1560s, from Gk. hegemonia leadership, a leading the way, a going first; also the authority or sovereignty of one city state over a number of others, as Athens in Attica, Thebes in Boeotia; from hegemon leader, from hegeisthai to lead, perhaps… …   Etymology dictionary

  • hegemony — meaning ‘political leadership of a group of states’, is pronounced hi jem ǝ ni or hi gem ǝ ni, with the g either hard or soft and with the stress on the second syllable …   Modern English usage

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  • hegemony — [hi jem′ə nē; hej′ə mō΄nē, hē′jəmō΄nē] n. pl. hegemonies [Gr hēgemonia, leadership < hēgemōn, leader < hēgeisthai, to lead, go on ahead < IE base * sāg , to track down > SAKE1, SEEK] leadership or dominance, esp. that of one state or… …   English World dictionary

  • hegemony — This concept is to be understood in the context of Karl Marx s historical materialism. It refers to the ideal representation of the interests of the ruling class as universal interests. The cumulative nature of the universalization of ideas not… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Hegemony —    A key concept developed by Antonio Gramsci in his Prison Notebooks (1929–1935), hegemony refers to the domination achieved by a ruling class through force and, more importantly, through moral and intellectual leadership and alliances with… …   Historical dictionary of Marxism

  • hegemony — noun Etymology: Greek hēgemonia, from hēgemōn leader, from hēgeisthai to lead more at seek Date: 1567 1. preponderant influence or authority over others ; domination < battled for hegemony in Asia > 2. the social, cultural, ideological, or… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hegemony — noun /hɪˈɡɛm.ə.ni,hɪˈdʒəm.ə.ni,həˈdʒɛm.ə.ni,ˈhɛdʒ.(ə).moʊ.ni/ a) Domination, influence, or authority over another, especially by one political group over a society or by one nation over others. ie: internationally among nation states, and… …   Wiktionary

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