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《Journal of Tongji University(Social Science Section)》 2010-02
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The Crisis of American Hegemony in the Global Political and Economic System:An Analysis of Neo-Gramscian

ZHONG Zhen-ming(School of Political Science and International Relations,Tongji University,Shanghai 200092,China)  
In the study of the rise and decline of hegemony in the global political and economic system,the mainstream western theories of international political economy (IPE) are enjoying some extent of "discourse hegemony".Nevertheless,the neo-gramscian,a school of thought originated from the Italian Marxist Gramsci,and its study on the issue of international system and hegemony, are receiving increasing attentions from scholars both at home and abroad.This article first explains the main arguments of the mainstream western theories of IPE on the issue bf hegemony,then illuminates the main concepts of "historical structure","cultural hegemony" and "institutional power" and other arguments of neo-gramscian.On the basis of the analysis of US hegemonic rise and decline since the end of the WW Ⅱ,this paper explores the function of a neo-gramscian explanation on the issue of the rise and decline of hegemony,and finally examines its theoretical implications on the study of international relations,and the rise and decline of hegemony in particular.
【Fund】: 同济大学“985工程”哲学社会科学创新基地课题“国家结构实力研究”的中期成果
【CateGory Index】: D815
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