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Gramscian 'Counter hegemony' in Narendra Modi's New India Perspective


The 'counter hegemony' that Gramsci, (1987:344) talks about is about leaders and their understanding and how well they conceptualise the psychology of the masses. Counter hegemonies have transformative power and Modi continues to prove that.

In this special editorial, the author reviews the leadership of Mr Modi in India.


Prime Minister Modi, India Politics, BJP Policies



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