Dominant ideology  

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hegemony, domination, cultural Marxism

The dominant ideology, in Marxist theory, is the set of common values and beliefs shared by most people in a given society, framing how the majority think about a range of topics, from art and science to politics and economics. It precedes and overlaps with the idea of a paradigm. Compare with Gramsci's cultural hegemony.

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