use hegemony in a sentence.
Male hegemony is not the same thing as misogyny.
Fed monopoly/hegemony over printing our dollars is undesirable.
That was before Facebook and Amazon became threats to Google's hegemony.
Your argument is a classic logical fallacy- "white supremacists want hegemony.
Historically, weakening hegemony has led to periods of strife, not peace.
If it means the US loses its hegemony in internet/technology, then no.
You lack the capacity to spell sheer, your attempt at philosophical hegemony is quaint.
Well, there's some irony in looking to iPad/iPhone app-store based proprietary hardware to smash the Flash proprietary hegemony.
The curtain falls and we see the true nature of the global hegemony, and how far it reaches.
Surely there's room to redefine the 'pure' definition of monopoly to include relative hegemony.
Wanted: Hegemony of International Elites looking for despicable candidates for Two Minutes Hate media roles.
Unless the American hegemony collapses in the next few years, I think that it is a realistic view rather than a cynical one.
Because a hegemony is so much better right?
I agree that it doesn't necessarily mean we're headed for inflation, but I think the counterfactual is that the US is headed for even more dramatic economic hegemony.
It was an okay article at the beginning, but I really didn't expect it to start claiming that MIDI alienated women and turned music into a male hegemony.
Any type of hegemony will have awkward repercussions and collateral damage.
I really pisses me off to that the US government is going to throw away our hegemony over the internet in exchange for a surveillance state.
Many things men consider to be "human" or "neutral" are in fact norms that exist to reinforce male hegemony.
Can you explain what this means, and tell us some non-bedroom "human" or "neutral" activities which really reinforce male hegemony?