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Item #: 285048
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This video plus audiobook set looks at the notions of ideology as is found in Marx with the idea of “class-in-itself” and “class-for-itself.” It shows how both Gramsci's and Althusser’s notions of “hegemony” and “ideological state apparatuses” are subtler and more sophisticated understandings of class rule through consent.
Length: 59 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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