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Department
Geography
Course
GEOG 2075
Professor
Bruce Erickson
Semester
Fall

Description
Sept 16 & 18: Culture Lewis Holloway & Phil Hubbard – “Place and Power.” People and Place: The Extraordinary Geographies of Everyday Life. pp. 178-207. (2001) Toronto: Prentice Hall. (Course Kit) Reading Questions 1) What problem prompted Antonio Gramsci to develop his theory of “Hegemony”? (3 marks) - Power is acquired and wielded in ruining groups - Why an essentially repressive and undemocratic party hard acquired popular support ( military and physical intimidation ) - Hegemony : a concept used to describe the organize of constant based on the acceptance that a particular set of ideas, beliefs and values were desirable, inevitable and natural - Rise of fascist party in Italy, where a repressive and undemocratic government obtains popular support - Consent achieved through inevitability 2) Give three examples of how Segregation or surveillance is used in the classroom? (3 marks) - Gap between desks of students and teachers in encouraging segregation - Arrangements of seats toward the teacher, providing the teacher surveillance
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