Hegemony And The Achievement Ideology Analysis

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Chloe I found your paragraph on hegemony and the achievement ideology really interesting. While I find your point on the achievement ideology fascinating, according to the class article by Lull (1995), in order to conform to these “norms” people must believe they’ve agreed to them and that these actions are in their best interest. According to Lull, even if these rule and ideas aren’t their own, people still willing agree to them because they think conforming to these practices will bring them success (Lull, 1997). That is why hegemonic power works so well. People believe by following these rules that are shared by a community, they can still attain their own form of achievement.
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