One of the central issues in cultural studies is the relationship between power and subject. Concerning this relationship" there are two approaches: according to
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the first one, subjects are determined by the i4eology that the dominant group in a
society produces it. In fact individuals are subjects of ideology. Conversely, another approach insists on subject resistance in the sense that they can decode preferred meaning in different ways. In this article, it is argued that both approaches involve
determinism. The first one presupposes ideological reproduction, whereas the other one opens a relationship between ideological discourse and subject. I argue that in
some cases like the Iranian society, the discursive access is a basic factor. In other words, the (determinant or open) relationship should be considered in the real
socio-cultural context of a society