By Terry Robson
He present neighborhood improvement stream doesn't have the capability to alter the character of society. whereas highlighting the dichotomy among road and country, Robson exhibits how group activists were remodeled into brokers of the kingdom, now not of the folk, and feature misplaced the chance to forge an alternate political bloc.
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Salamini suggested that Gramsci ‘distinguished between various levels in hegemonic ideologies ... 41 But what he was also saying was that there is nothing within ‘philosophy’, ‘common sense’, religion and folklore which is necessarily mutually exclusive. There are elements of one in each of the others. Philosophy has been influenced by ‘common sense’ at different times. Equally there are points in history when ‘common sense’ is fundamentally influenced by the dominant philosophy or ideology. ’45 There are also quite substantial tensions in the relationship between ‘common sense’ and the ideology or philosophy of the ruling elite which could more accurately be described as ‘class contradictions’ and which could only be reconciled through political action.
As Loney made clear in his work, Community against Government, politics and community action are inextricably linked. This was manifest in the Coercion, Community and Civil Society 47 problems generated by the controversy in Northern Ireland of the political vetting of some community groups. Perhaps, in the volatile and uncertain atmosphere of political confrontation, government could easily claim that it had access to information which suggested that some community groups were providing support to paramilitary organisations.
Does government use its considerable resources to control, not only community action, but, more specifically action which it regards as political and a challenge to the authority and legitimacy of the state? After all, laws exist to be obeyed – a method of control acknowledged and accepted by almost everyone. We are led to believe that in a civil society only the social deviant challenges the right of Parliament to enact law. Lawbreakers are immediately made amenable to such laws through the enforcement agencies.
The State and Community Action by Terry Robson