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Hegemony (霸權/領導權) Nov 2006

Hegemony (霸權/領導權)

Cultural Studies@Lingnan 文化研究@嶺南

英語 hegemony 一詞的希臘文和拉丁文形式是egemon,egemonia。據雷蒙‧威廉斯的考證,hegemony的本義是指一個國家的領導人或統治者,但在傳統上這個詞主要用來表示國與國之間的政治統治關係,同中國古代政治思想中「霸」的概念有些類似,都含有以實力迫使別國臣服的意思。所以,hegemony 在中文裏通常被譯為「霸權」。例如人們談論得越來越多的文化霸權,在當代世界語境中,系指西方發達國家憑藉強大的經濟、政治和軍事實力強制推行其意識形態和文化價值觀。在這個意義上,文化霸權和文化帝國主義基本上是作為同義詞使用的。

--《讀書》1995.2


「統識」教育, Ming Wai Lee Nov 2006

「統識」教育, Ming Wai Lee

Cultural Studies@Lingnan 文化研究@嶺南

『霸權』一詞容易令人聯想到強者持著特權令弱者得不到公平對待的情形,在本期陳燕谷的文章帶出『領導權』的譯名,比較貼合現今社會的實況。 Hegemony一字的出處和演變,有關『霸權』、『領導權』和『統識』的概念,在其他文章已有解說,本文試圖從『領導』和『統識』的方向,從香港教育中舉出例子。


Participatory Welfare In South Korea : Meaning And Issues, K. H., Raymond Chan Sep 2006

Participatory Welfare In South Korea : Meaning And Issues, K. H., Raymond Chan

CAPS Working Paper Series

‘Participatory Welfare’ is the term coined by the current Roh Moo-hyun government to distinguish its welfare reform from the previous Kim Dae-jung government’s ‘Productive Welfare’ policies. While the use of term ‘participatory’ is a convenient extension of its slogan ‘Participatory Government’, the details of Participatory Welfare are still evolving and results have yet to be seen. Observed from the documents and policies proposed or implemented so far, it has two key dimensions: promoting ‘participation’ and building up of a ‘welfare community’. The reforms are located in a context of civil society calling for greater participation and reforms in an ...


From Aspac To Eas : South Korea And The Asian Pacific Region, Brian Bridges Aug 2006

From Aspac To Eas : South Korea And The Asian Pacific Region, Brian Bridges

CAPS Working Paper Series

South Korea’s diplomatic and security focus has inevitably been on North-east Asia and its difficult relationship with its northern neighbour, but South Korea also has a role to play in the broader Asian Pacific region. This paper analyses South Korea’s increasing economic, political and cultural links with the region and its role in the development of Asian Pacific regionalism. Utilising the concept of ‘middle power’, it argues that, while clearly South Korea cannot ignore what is happening in its immediate geographical environment, it does have the economic and political resources to enable it to take advantage of the ...