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Journal:   RAHBORD   FALL 2010 , Volume 19 , Number 56 (SPECIAL SECTION ON FOREIGN POLICY STUDIES); Page(s) 163 To 185.
 
Paper: 

FUNCTION OF POST-GRAMSCIANISM SCHOOL IN DESCRIBING SOFT BEHAVIOR OF A HEGEMONIC ACTOR

 
 
Author(s):  KEYVAN HOSSEINI S.A.*
 
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Abstract: 

Hegemonism theory is one of the influential theories of international relations, which is considered an effective way for becoming familiar with various aspects of hegemonic powers' function. Among many views which have examined this issue from military, economic and political aspects, Gramscianism school especially what has been reflected in its recent interpreters' views (post-Gramscianism) presents a particular innovation; an innovation which has roots in emphasis on the role of non-material sources in emerging, empowering and survival of such actors, and depicts their behavioral model in the image of intellectual ideals and goals. Based on different angles of post-Gramscianism and Hegemonism theory, this article tries to explain how the power's non-material sources are used in hegemonic behavior of the most important imperial powers, especially Britain and United States; and what has led to the formation of the acceptable picture of their "intellectual Hegemonism" among other governments.

 
Keyword(s): HEGEMONISM, GRAMSHINISM AND POST-GRAMSCIANISM INTERPRETATION, ROMAN EMPIRE, BRITISH EMPIRE, AMERICAN PEACE, NONMATERIAL OR SOFT RESOURCES OF POWER
 
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