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Cunningsworth, A. (1995). Choosing Your Coursebook. Oxford: Heinemann. Curdt-Christiansen, X. L., & Weninger, C. (Eds.). (2015). Language, ideology and education: The politics of textbooks in language education. New York: Routledge. Darder, A. (2014). Cultural hegemony, language, and the politics of forgetting: Interrogating restrictive language policies. In Affirming Language Diversity in Schools and Society , New York: Routledge. Fairclough, N. (2013). Critical discourse analysis: The critical study of language. London: Routledge. Fotopoulos, N., Karra, V., & Zagkos

Tawatchai Rattansorn. Mekong River Basin: Mobilising Grassroots Engagement and Facilitating High-level Dialogue for Transboundary Water Management. Gland: International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2012 Cascão, Ana Elisa. “Hydro-Hegemony and Counter Hydro-Hegemony in the Nile River Basin.” London Water Research Group: Second International Workshop on Hydro-Hegemony, May 2006, http://lwrg.org/hydro-hegemony-2006.html, accessed January 2014 Cascão, Ana Elisa and Mark Zeitoun. “Changing Nature of Bargaining Power in the Hydropolitical Relations in the Nile River Basin

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It is certainly and without fail that through a simple hovering over the present state of relations between Romania and the Russian Federation, the factual balance is not an encouraging one, the state of mind of the bilateral register being continuously dominated by the same issue: ,,history is a ballast, and the frame in which the two states perceive each other has been fixed a long time ago, clogged and jammed by momentarily political statements, and deprived of any heuristic nuances” (Dungaciu, Tănăsescu, 2013). Therefore and within such optics, based on an undeniable belief that a heuristic approach of the bilateral dimension is an imperative, the present paper aims to provide a first concrete solution likely to create the critical mass necessary to achieve a complex regeneration process of normalizing Romania's relations with its neighbor to the East. Circumscribed to such a sphere of interest, the present paper assumes the fact that beyond the overwhelming historical legacy related to the bilateral register and implicitly, beyond its problematic receipt, the complex process of normalizing the relations between Romanian and the Russian Federation is unavoidably obstructed by an entire arsenal of terms such as ,, reset”, ,,thaw”, ,,recovery”, ,,blocking”, terms which maintain and support a certain negative perception, thus certifying the fact that it prevails a ,,freeze”, a ,,cooling” and an impediment in the bilateral dimension. Starting from this undeniable and undoubted reality, the axial objective of the present paper is to fundamentally reverse this lexical hegemony, thus operating substantive changes at the level of the linguistic universe specific to the bilateral register, in such a manner as to register a major change in regards to the behavioral pattern afferent to the bilateral reports.

to Change the World”: journalism in alternative and mainstream media’, Journalism Studies , 6(3), 361-374. Harcup, T. (2011) ‘Alternative journalism as active citizenship’, Journalism , 12(1), 15-31. Himelboim, I. (2011) ‘Civil Society and Online Political Discourse: The Network Structure of Unrestricted Discussions’, Communication Research , 38(5), 634-659. Karlsson, M. (2011) ‘Flourishing but restrained: The evolution of participatory journalism in Swedish online news, 2005–2009’, Journalism Practice , 5(1), 68 – 84. Laclau, E. and Mouffe, C. (2001) Hegemony

Policy , 11 (1): 1-13. Howarth, D. (2009) ‘Power, discourse, and policy: articulating a hegemony approach to critical policy studies’. Critical Policy Studies , 3 (3-4): 309-335. Jänes, L. (2009) ‘Kultuur loova majanduse südames’ (‘Culture in the Heart of the Creative Economy’). Loov Eesti leht , 1 : 2. Karulin, O. (2014) ‘Urve Tiidus: “Kriisid on elu pärisosa’ (‘Crises as an Essenial Part of Life’). Sirp , April 3, http://www.sirp.ee/s1-artiklid/c9-sotsiaalia/2014-04-03-17-13-37/ (30.11.2014) Keane, M. 2013. Creative Industries in China. Cambridge; Malden

advantages have been verified in numerous studies. In order to grasp the process of reflection and embrace the reflective skill, I reflect on a practice-based issue in relation to hegemony and power relationship between doctors and nurses in the workplace to gain new understanding and thus improve the my clinical practice. 2 Methods Although numerous useful reflective models have been developed in recent decades, Smyth’s framework 2 is one of the commonly utilized models in nursing practice, which helps to critique the status quo in power relationships and increases

(Gandhi Special Issue). October . Thomas, P. D. (2013). Hegemony, passive revolution, and the modern Prince. Thesis Eleven , 117(1), 20–39. Varghese R. (2015). Jayichavar thottu pokunna idam (Malayalam). Onnipu Masika . July. Wringe, C. (1984). Democracy schooling and political education . London: George Allen &Unwin. Xaxa, V. (1999). Transformation of tribes in India: Terms of discourse. Economic and Political Weekly , 34(24), 1519-1524. Xaxa, V. (2016). Formation of adivasi/indigenous people’s identity in India. In M. Radhakrishna (Ed.), First citizens

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This study examines 20 Iranian-Norwegians and their diverse media consumption. The claim is that the dynamics between media’s hegemonic quality, expressed in their discursive representation of realities, and Iranian-Norwegians’ subjective positions seem to have a vital impact on the processes of meaning construction and positioning that Iranian-Norwegians experience in Norwegian society. Analysis of the respondents’ media preferences indicates that they are most often attracted by three characteristics linked to their status: being Iranian, immigrant and Muslim. These elements emerge as identity markers that Iranian-Norwegians focus on in their relationship to the media, and furthermore employ in their negotiation of identity and position in Norwegian society. They often express an anomaly between their understanding of themselves, who they are and where they belong, and the discursive representation of them in the media. This results in an attitude of resistance, in the shape of the subjective constructions of the respondents, and which seems to propel them in different directions.

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European nations colonized most of the African societies and as a result had political and economic power and control over these nations. With the western domination, the colonists ruled the African nations and every other person was to obey their command. The colonizers introduced hegemonic educational system to Africans in which they were taught the European ethos without their studying African culture. Due to this hegemony, the European colonial masters imposed their culture on Africans and it succeeded in reshaping the cultural and political lives of Africans. Many Africans abandoned African customs and beliefs when they gained western education. Therefore due to this hegemony Africans lost their authentic/real selves and became adulterated. Their main concern becomes to create and recreate themselves through going back to their culture and origin. Through poststructuralist analysis of ‘Heavensgate’ and ‘Path Thunder’ in Labyrinths (1971), this paper explores how Christopher Okigbo, an African poet, embarked on a spiritual journey in quest of his primordial self and became an asserted poet. The paper aims at imploring Africans all over the world to follow the footprints of Okigbo in identifying their true selves for them to have meaningful lives.

Queers in Space: Communities, Public Places, Sites of Resistance , edited by Gordon Brent Ingram, Anne-Marie Bouthillette and Yolanda Retter. Seattle: Bay Press, 1997. 356–370. How to ’92: Model Actions for a post-Columbian World , Minneapolis: Alliance for Cultural Democracy, (n.d.). Laclau, Ernesto and Chantal Mouffe, Hegemony and Socialist Strategy: Towards a radical Democratic Politics . London: Verso, 2001. Laclau, Ernesto. “Universalism, Particularism and the Question of Identity.” In Emancipation(s) , edited by Ernesto Laclau. London: Verso, 2007. 20