volume 42, issue 2, P315-340 1994
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1994.tb00092.x
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Abstract: Abstract Criticisms of the neo‐Marxist dominant ideology thesis tend to under‐emphasize the role which ideology plays in legitimating and sustaining systems of inequality, and instead to privilege explanations based on the ‘iron cage’ of economic and political relationships. A serious problem with some neo‐Marxist analyses is the rather crude conceptualization of ideology which makes them susceptible to attack. Using material collected in Belfast amongst Protestant and Catholic working class, employed and une…

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