Ideology

The Naturalistic Ideology

Naturalism assumes that people do not posses free will. However, their surroundings outline their manners. The naturalistic ideology is founded on a chain of links, all of which affect one another. These chains may be perceived as processes. Normally, humans are not the first link. This is because, according to the narration, their actions are […]

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Political Ideologies: Liberalism, Socialism and Conservatism

Many political parties base their political programs and other undertakings on ideologies. (Babcock, 2002 p. 1240) states that political ideologies are certain ethical ideas, set to ideals, principles doctrines, myths of symbols of an institution, social movement, class or a large group that explains how society should work and offers some political or cultural plan […]

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Barbara Risman’s “Ideology, Experience, Idenitity” (e-reserve)

Based on the reading, Risman divided the theories of children’s socialization into three categories, namely: (a) self-gendering where proponents have argued that children play an active role in gender acquisition; (b) parent/adult-dominated structure where socialization of children is seen as a conduit of information from parent to child; (c) children-participation where it is believed that […]

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