Examples Of Ideology And Ideology State Apparatus

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In his major work ‘Ideology and Ideological state apparatus’ Althusser expanded in way the marxist idea of economy as superstructure to ideology as the most major form of power in capitalist society. It is through this major form of power which is ideology, the state establishes its relationship with its subjects. Through his main concepts which are Ideological state apparatus and repressive state apparatus the state tries to produce the conditions of reproduction of production forces and existing relations of production.
In the Indian context as well the ideology and curriculum are the tools by which we can understand the education as a part of schooling in the form of construction of hegemony. We can contextualize
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When the boat reaches midstream, the boatman says how insignificant the brahmin’s life would be if the boat were to sink. For, he does not “know” how to swim and would surely die. The story is popular because it shows how brahmins lack life skills, and ridicules the brahmin’s lack of knowledge. It also reflects the deep bifurcation of knowledge in society. Who should know what? This is governed by the division of labour, and the monopoly on power and wealth enjoyed by the upper castes, classes, and men. It is no wonder that the bifurcation of knowledge is acknowledged as being at the root of sociopolitical struggles of the working class, dalits, and women.3 He further writes citing the example of Jyotirao Phule a social reformer and activist of the 19th century, belonged to the Mali (gardener) caste, but “established the first school anywhere in India for shudrathshudra girls in 1848” (Deshpande 2002:…show more content…
He is also considered to be the mentor of Keshav Baliram Hedgewar. The two men were related by intimate friendship. Between February and March 1931, on his return from the round table conference, Moonje made a tour of Europe, which included a long stop­over in Italy. There he visited some important military schools and educational institutions. He visited different institutions during his stay in Rome. This list mainly includes the Military College, the Central Military School of Physical Education, the Fascist Academy of Physical Education, and, most important, the Balilla and Avanguardisti organisations. He considered these organisations to be the major keystone of the indoctrination of the fascist system of regime rather than the education of the youth. Casolari argues that their structure is strikingly similar to that of RSS. They recruited boys from the age of six, up to 18. The youths had to attend weekly meetings, where they practised physical exercises, received paramilitary training and performed drills and
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