This introductory chapter discusses the objective of this volume, which is to scrutinise the nature of the interplay between hegemonic discourses and national institutional settings with a focus on globalisation in Greece and Ireland. This volume aspires to explicate the conditions of the existence of hegemonic discourses and the relationship developed between these discourses and national social milieux. It also analyses the nature of hegemonic discourses and evaluates their validity as an analytical tool for studying change and continuity in world politics and economics.
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