Hegemony, semiogenesis and the emergence of self-consciousness in Gramsci’s view: A Gramscian reading of integrationism
Roy Harris’ view on language can be compared to Antonio Gramsci’s definition of political hegemony as the capacity to create linguistic structures accepted by the majority and to make them become public. If the creation of meaning is rooted in the practical solution of problems, every creation of meaning is also the result of a power negotiation.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Istituto Marconi Lussu
Publication date: November 1, 2018
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