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  • The hegemonic cycle and free trade: the US and Mexico
  • The North American Free Trade Agreement is a function of the declining hegemony of the US in the world-system. The paper shows that two periods in US-Mexican relations portray the US hegemonic cycle in the world-system. The second one corresponds
  • Competing hegemons ? Chinese versus American geo-economic strategies in Africa
  • This article reframes the analysis of cities through recognition of novel forms of urban imaginaries, emergent nar-ratively, that may take the shape of dichotomies or trichotomies reconfiguring hegemonic notions such as formal–informal, centre
  • –periphery or urban–suburban. In conclusion, it is suggested that this citywide ongoing process highlights the importance of appreciating dynamic discursive engagements with urban space, which not only are at odds with hegemonic definitions of the city
  • Based on a social and political campaign against state-led hegemonic language standardisation, the 2010 language conflict in Guangzhou was a socially and culturally constructed process in which the local's imagination and representation of place
  • and identity were reproduced within a local geometry of social relations involving the state language policy, the local community and the city's migrant population. The paper acknowledges that some place-bounded politics may demonstrate a counter-hegemonic
  • and crime, the citizen-pervert lives out a paradoxical geography which destabilizes the surrounding hegemonic discourse on both sexualities and citizenship.
  • The major concern of the paper is to show not only that racism has operated in Canada in spite of the rule of law but that the law has itself been an instrument used in the construction of racism as a hegemonic social relationship.
  • made to improve quality and the invention of new schemes such as the executive condominium concept. The A. argues that such efforts belie a hegemonic intent to manage growing aspirations and thus to gain political legitimacy for the government.
  • as effectively as for the intervention in hegemonic narratives of race and nation.
  • The paper suggests that the main reason for the neglect of examples of resistance in the cultural politics of place may be the bipolar model of culture. This model establishes a hegemonic ideology which becomes the focus of critique. The paper
  • deconstructs the traditional binary representation of racism in colonial history by introducing class and gender. The rhetoric of the proclamation is found to be based on debasement, hegemonic masculinity and abjection. - (SLD)
  • of hegemonic production for a dominant Anglo élite. This production was contested by Hong Kong Chinese cosmopolitians. It is argued that this contestation presents a significant rupture in the Canadian narrative of capitalism and modernity.
  • . It addresses the ways in which paramilitary organizations are using the Somme to legitimate their own activities but also to distance the loyalist working classes from the former hegemonic Britishness of official unionism and the sectarianism of the Orange
  • with notions of discourse derived from Foucault in constructing a geographic theory of globally hegemonic discursive formations colonizing alternative, counterhegemonic discourses.
  • of a hegemonic Pakeha masculinism. The contestation of place-names in Otago/Murihicu is examined. The AA. present a discursive analysis of submissions made to New Zealand Geographic Board in 1989-90 concerning a proposed reinstatement of Maori names in the area.
  • These systems represent a possible approach to the challenge of relocalising social and economic identity. The paper examines the potential of LETS as a response to the hegemonic influence of global capitalism. The empirical evidence focuses
  • Drawing on experiences in the UK food industry, this article shows that in situ restructuring has become hegemonic and that an associated “good migrant worker” rhetoric has emerged. This rhetoric has two dimensions. Most obviously, low-wage
  • Using the case of a state-led urban regeneration program implemented in Portugal since 2000, the Polis Program, this article discusses the hegemonic status of neoliberalism as a theoretical concept and as an analytical framework and on discussions
  • of Zionism. Through a rereading of key Zionist texts from different historical moments, the analysis sheds light on the contradictions and ambiguities that lie at the heart of the Zionist territorial project and the inherent weaknesses of the hegemonic
  • the ongoing production and changing political connotations of hybridized cultural identities in heterogeneous time–spaces. It suggests that the creative use of translocally constituted hybridity is an act of resistance which negotiates hegemonic ideologies
  • This article explores the relationship between refugees and urban segregation in Calcutta. First, it aims to investigate the ways in which refugees, often considered ‘victims’ of persecution, can in fact become hegemonic forces within the urban