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...Ideology The word Ideology can be generally defined as ‘a system of ideas that explains and lends legitimacy to actions and beliefs of a social, religious, political, or corporate entity.’ Different philosophers and ideologists have defined the term in different manner, like: 1. The French philosopher Destutts de Tracy used the term to designate an epistemological position with respect to the origins of ideas. 2. Napoleon Bonaparte then used "ideologist" to designate fuzzy-minded revolutionary intellectuals, especially those associated with Destutts de Tracy. 3. Karl Marx used ideology to designate... philosophical positions that claimed to be statements of natural law (e.g. political...
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...ideology an important concept for understanding communication To understand how the concept of ideology (and related concepts such as 'interpellation') can help in communication research. 2. To understand how ideology relates to some aspects of structuralist semiotics. Ideology is intrinsically invisible, making the existing conditions and relations of production appear inevitable, natural, and desirable. Althusser describes ideology as the imaginary relation of people to the real condition of existence (Essays on Ideology 164). I perceive that I am biologically a woman, but the assumptions I then make that certain roles and relations are more suitable for me than others is the result... Why is...
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...Ideology What is Ideology? According to Webster’s dictionary; “ideology: 1. Visionary theorizing. 2a. : Systematic body of concepts esp. about human life or culture, 2b. : A manner or the content of thinking characteristic of an individual, group, or culture, 2c. : The integrated assertions, theories, and aims that constitute a sociopolitical program.” Idea is a collective box of goods, if you will. It contains elements of logic, fact, information, and knowledge.  Idea usually has traces of modification (to the situation, weather to improve or to make changes). Ideology is a collective of this ingredient. The difference between... Nuda Thamkongka Critical Study A Thea Q. Tagle February 17th (Rewrite)...
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...Ideology/Philosphy Part Self Assessment The first question that comes to the mind, as I sit down to reflect on my inner thoughts, political beliefs and philosophies, is how to define a political ideology. A quick research through various scholarly articles and books reveal certain beguiling facts on this topic, heretofore unknown by me. A very comprehensive definition that clearly explains the term political ideology is given by Eatwell and Wright which states “a political ideology is a relatively coherent set of empirical and normative beliefs and thought, focussing on the problems of human nature, the process of history, and socio-political arrangements...”( Eatwell and Wright... Personal Political...
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...Ideology In the contemporary environment, many stances exist in literature and are important for they get to show the various standings that people have. One of the most common of these things is the stance regarding racism. Racism is a factor that has existed for a very long time and not only in the contemporary world, but also in prior days. As a linguistics teacher, I have experienced a lot of prejudice from the school administration. I got to this stance after doing survey and noticing the manner in which people are not appreciative of the teaching fraternity. One of the issues that affect linguistic students is racism in the class situation. Despite the clogging of the classrooms... In the...
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...Ideology Part Nationalism refers to the political view that one`s country is great, and it surpasses all other countries. People who strongly believes in nationalism think that all aspects of their country be it the military, navy or the economy is greater than the other countries (Kasprzak, 2012, 599). Individuals who hold these views usually look down on other people and their countries, see them as inferior and should bow down in their presence. A key example of such an individual is Adolf Hitler. He was the chancellor of Germany from 1934 to 1945. He believed in nationalism so much that his lust for power and increased territory for his country Germany. On 1st...
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Ideology. What is ideology
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...Ideology The word ideology has drawn scholarly interest. According to scholars, a set of ideas contains one’s goals, expectations, and actions. The way one looks at things may also be termed as ideology. The word ideology is formed from the word idea (Hawkes, 2003:12). If a society comes up with ideas to-do something and an agreement is made, then that is what is termed as ideology. Ideology may either offer changes in the society or offer closeness where confrontations exist. Ideology can exist in many ways, one as an instrument of social reproduction. The beliefs and the interests of a nation or society is referred as ideology. Ideology may also mean abode of ideas that reflect needs... and...
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Ideology Essay
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...ideology derives from the Marxist past and describes the way societies are structured in a manner that permits the ruling power to achieve greatest control with the least amount of opposition. The ruling group uses various methods to promote their ideas through widespread teachings, symbols, values and art in order to conform people's perceptions of the world and legitimize their ruling status without trying to oppress people or change thinking in forceful ways. Ideology is basically the opposite of forced brain washing. It is a passive way to 'naturalize' people, shape their roles and understanding and make them consider their livelihoods as natural. The term Gramsci is given... 16th Jul 06 The term...
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American Ideology
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...Ideology (A position paper for Wk3-Ch6) 07 November Introduction Politics is often called asthe art of compromise; different ideas and positions are then reconciled to arrive at a common acceptable position or the best middle ground for contending parties. Politics is also termed as the “science of addition” in which political organizations or parties try to recruit more people into their group; by adding new members, their organization becomes more powerful and can then lobby for its interests and exert its influence over public policy formulation. Politics, like diplomacy, is the art of the postponement of hostilities, in the way people try to resolve their political, economic... & ID No. American...
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Dominant Ideology
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...ideology here is not to suppress women alone, but total humanitarian development and evolution as a whole. While the children of the rich and the elite get educated in convents and foreign universities the children of the poor are forced to live a perilous life in complete ignorance. It is hard to believe millions of people are kept ignorant in the name of ideology just because they are poor even in this technology enhanced age. Representation of Poor As the Less Privileged Discrimination... ?Bigotry of Working and the Poor Discrimination of the working and the poor people based on their race, and gender is prevalent allover the world, no matter it is a developed country or a backward nation. Today’s...
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Business ideology
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...Ideology of Apple and Microsoft 03 May 2008 Business Ideology of Apple and Microsoft In 1984, Apple Computer broadcasted its famed advertisement during the Super Bowl. The message of the commercial was unmistakable: By giving control to the individual, the decentralized computing technology of Apple would create a blast of personal creativity that would knock down the oppressive dominance represented figuratively by IBM’s traditional, centralized computing technology. Apple identified the Macintosh in the 1984 commercial with an ideology of empowerment – a foresight of the PC as a device for fighting conformity and standing up for individuality. The centralized, authoritarian technology... Business...
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Political Ideology
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...ideology The term political ideology was actually coined by a French enlightenment aristocrat and a philosopher called Antoine Destutt de Tracy. He began to attract the attention of the people by the memory of his comprehensive work "Elments d'idologie" (1801), which form the first draft on ideology. He define ideology as the "science of ideas" and did not concieve of the term as uncomplimentary, which it has since become. Hippolyte Taine was able to come out the must accessible source for the original meaning of ideology by adopting De Tracy work and he also work on aristocratic social and political system establish in France under the Valois and Bourbon dynasty (14th century to 18th... Political...
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Gender ideology
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...ideology One perhaps never hears about a discussion or symposium on the subject, Men-their role in the society. The discussion is always about women. The never-ending talk of giving equal rights to the female gender goes on but total equality is still far. A female child is victimized at every step of life, from the moment of birth, notwithstanding the fact that it is she who sacrifices at those steps. When will the female gender become the legal and spiritual equal of males? The facts mentioned regarding the female gender in the book “ Friday Night Lights” by H. G. Bissinger are no exception to what is stated above. Traditional masculinity is evident... 359131 Topic: Gender ideology One...
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What is ideology Literature Review On Ideology
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...IDEOLOGY Ideology is a term that emanated from the most controversial philosophical and political debates that coupled various revolutions. The debates regarding the French Revolution, communism, Marxism, and capitalism led to the term and meaning of ideology in the ancient times. However, the meaning of ideology changed with human and political development. Today, different scholars and philosophers are yet to agree on the meaning of ideology and hence they present distinct views related to ideology. Indeed, the term ideology and its study have been subject to a continued debate among renowned political theorists (Freeden 2006, p. 3). Notably, ideology constitutes ideas... ? LITERATURE REVIEW ON...
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Political Ideology and MNEs
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...Ideology and Multinational Enterprises The book International Business: Environments and Operations is a quality and standard scholarly work by the authorial team of John Daniels, Lee Radebaugh and Daniel Sullivan. It covers a broad range of topics and is fairly in-depth in its treatment. One of the important topics dealt with is the relationship between Political Ideology and MNEs. Business leaders always keep a pulse on the political climate of the markets in which they operate. Often political decisions have significant implications for business prospects. In the era of globalization, MNEs act as investors to local economies, either inducing or reducing capital based on perceived... ?Political...
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Disability as an Ideology
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...Ideology and relate to social work practice In this article I have taken Disability as an Ideology and tried to establish the definition and history of Ideology, relationship of Disability with Ideology, the various models of Disability, the kind of social problems generated due to Disability, and their implications on the social workers dealing with the Ideology, Disability. (No. of Words: 3311) Choose an Ideology and relate to social work practice Introduction "Through framing disability, through conceptualizing, categorizing, and counting disability, we create it. We have conceptualized it as sin, a medical flaw, a health-related work limitation or some other kind of defect." Higgins... Choose an...
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Philosophy vs. Ideology
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...Ideology One of the cornerstone elements of Western society is philosophical investigation. As early as Ancient Greece, thinkers haveproposed philosophical solutions to pressing social and scientific concerns. Still, just as long as there has been philosophy, there has been the more abstract form of rhetoric known as ideology. While these modes of thinking share similar aspects, upon deeper inspection it’s clear that they differ on meaningful and profound levels. With reference to specific examples, this essay examines the difference between philosophy and ideology. When examining the differences between philosophy and ideology, one notes that the overarching difference... is that...
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Language and Ideology
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...Ideology In the twentieth century, previous assumptions about the possibility of a truthful replication of reality have been challenged by a number of theories which point to the borders and margins of representation, such as Marxism and Feminism, and to the inherent difficulties within language itself, now questioned as a source of stable and transparent expression. Through the work of Saussure, Levi-Strauss, Barthes, Marx and Engels, Derrida, and Lacan, among many other theorists and critics, the relationship between language and ideology has been exposed as a indivisible, reciprocal exchange in which language underlies and sustains ideology, and vice versa. That is, language does... Language and...
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Hunger as Ideology
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...Ideology Nowadays, individuals are being influenced by commercials and advertisements more than in the past. This has made people change their thoughts and opinions on almost everything, including advertisement. This has also had a significant impact on the lives of modern day individuals (Martin 249). In Hunger as Ideology, the author gives her opinion on advertisements and provides the audience with the gender characteristics which she perceives as conventional for advertisements. In the article, Susan Bordo looks at the past stereotypes connected to members of the female population. These are perceived as the depictions that have seized them, altering their psychological composition... Hunger as...
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Theory And Political Ideology
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...Ideology Undeniably, to a layman, both theory and ideology could mean the same thing. They are in fact used synonymously and interchangeably in our everyday language. After all, they both refer to that set of abstract ideas which we use to explain almost everything. However, I would say that in terms of practical usage, theory is more popular than ideology. Try going around your neighborhood and ask about their theories and ideologies. Not everyone will admit to having a specific ideology, political or otherwise. But almost everyone will have a theory on something, especially our favorite conspiracy theories. This paper shall try to answer the questions on theory and ideology... Theory and Political...
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Philosophy vs Ideology
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...Ideology What is philosophy? Philosophy is derived from the Greek words philein which means “to love” and sophia which means “wisdom”. In Psychology it is the activity of creating concepts (Bermudez, 10). Thus, a true philosopher therefore is a lover of wisdom which eventually leads him or her to create certain concepts or origin of ideas. Since concepts are developed in the process of philosophizing philosophy therefore is attempting to understand the world in which every person is an integral part. Thus, the human senses are crucial in this process. In philosophy, an individual is considered to be faced with different concepts which primarily aimed at understanding the human... Philosophy versus...
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Ideology and public policy
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...ideologies that they discussed pertaining to the welfare or political doctrines. Both the authors have classified their ideologies as per few factors. Those factors are: the purpose of political activity and view of the human nature, the assessment they had on existing economic and social order, the vision of future and the guidance offered in order to achieve the same... UK PUBLIC POLICY Introduction Public policy is defined as the guide, which is based upon certain principles that help the government of to takeaction and run the administration. These policies are followed by the administrative officers of the executive branches and these policies are in accordance with the law and other institutional...
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Ideology of Advertising
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...Ideology of Advertising Introduction “The function of advertising is to ‘create a culture in which identity is fused with consumption. As a powerful force, “advertising has colonized the culture and driven out other things in favor of commercial discourse" (Cunnigham 2003, p. 229). In these terms a culture of advertising is evident and we can suppose that culture of advertising is based on a separate ideology. Thesis: Advertising is a voice of the marketplace, while, at the same time, advertising is a vehicle for transferring its ideals through different trading channels. We are happy if we consume and we are unhappy if we don't. This claim is a...
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Ideology of socialism
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...IDEOLOGY OF SOCIALISM Here Here IDEOLOGY OF SOCIALISM Introduction In the years between 1815-1830 saw the development of ideologies which were related and competing, but at the same time they had very powerful influence during this time. The influences of these ideologies have extended in the future and are even seen in the present day. Some of these ideologies include classical liberalism that started in France and Spain during the 1820s and later spread to England.1The liberals wanted freedom of press, efficient self-government, freedom of assembly, and constitutions. There was the radicalism and the republicanism that was seen in England in 1820s and was anti-monarchy and anti-church... ,...
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Equality and Socialist Ideology
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...Ideology With regards to the topic of equality and socialist ideology, there are a number of important linkages between these two terms that bear analysis. For purposes of this brief analysis, the terms equality and ideology will be analyzed on both a personal/individual level as well as on a systemic level. Further, a great deal of historical context also needs to be considered with regards to determining how ideological and egalitarian concepts are born, gain notoriety, and work to incorporate themselves into a type of collectivized worldview that is ultimately translated back into the culture via the form of representative government. Although analyzing all... Section/# Equality and Socialist...
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Ideology in Branding
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...Ideology in Branding Ideology is the fundamental principles, rules, goals, or spirit that a business ventureregards for their success. It is the prudent basis for foundation, sustainability, and development of a business enterprise. Ideology affects managerial and strategic decision-making. Branding is a way that underlines what makes a given service or product different and appealing to customers in presence of competitors (O’Grady, 2008:5). It therefore means that ideology go hand in hand with branding. Good ideologies make a business enterprise to prosper despite the strong wave of competition in the world of business today. Thos paper highlights how ideology helps in branding in Apple... ...
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Thatcherism a conservative ideology
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...Ideology The ideology of Thatcherism is still evident at the core of the current party’s beliefs, function, organizations, values and leadership. Thatcherism refers to the social, economic, and political ideas that are associated with Margaret Thatcher leadership style. Thatcher was a British prime minister since 1979 to 19901. She was also a leader of the conservative party, which made her to leave a legacy behind and a long standing ideology which reflected and impacted the outlook of the conservative ideology. She was assassinated in the year 1990. However, Thatcherism became a political project developed by the conservative leadership which was meant to re-establish... Thatcherism A Conservative...
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Ideology in modern politics
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...IDEOLOGY OF ANY REAL RELEVANCE IN MODERN POLITICS? Is ideology of any real relevance in modern politics? BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE DATE HERE Is ideology of any real relevance in modern politics? Political ideology, determined by the beliefs and philosophies that encompass an individual’s goals and motivations, is less relevant in modern politics. An ideology is a wide-ranging set of principles and canons which permeate a society and assist people in navigating the multi-faceted aspects of their ideal political universe and create the foundation for understanding what constitutes legitimate social truths (James & Steger, 2010). Ideologies underpin the nature of social... Running Header: IS IDEOLOGY ...
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Major American Political Ideology
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...Ideologies Although America does not have a historical past that would give rise to its own distinct political ideologies, it did have in its colonial experience, a period that brought about two major ideologies that would characterize its modern politics: liberalism and conservatism. Back in the colonial period, there existed an elite landed gentry – a class akin to hereditary aristocracy in Old Europe which shared the values of the feudal past or the Old European regime. This was the origin of American conservatism. On the other hand, there is American revolt against the English colonial rule and a movement that shared the commitments to the deals of the Enlightenment... Major American Political...
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Hebraic ideology of liberation
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...Ideology of creation Genesis 1-11, 12-50 The Universe at a Glance? 3 Liberation Exodus The Prince of Egypt 4 Bewilderness Numbers ? 5 Wisdom Women Proverbs 1-8, 9 ? 1. The Problem of Innocent Suffering The Book of Job addresses the important problem of innocent suffering, i.e. why righteous people also suffer. This paper discusses this and then draws some similarities between the problem of innocent suffering as expressed in the Book of Job and the movie Bruce Almighty. Job relates his suffering... Religious Studies Comparisons between Hebrew religious scriptures and movies on the same theme April-May Contents/Comparisons No. Theme Scripture Movie 1 Innocent suffering Book of Job Bruce Almighty 2 Ideo...
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The Ideology of Liberalism
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...Ideologies Industrialism and Ideologies Institution: Industrialism and Ideologies. The Industrial Revolution of the eighteenth century brought about momentous changes in all aspects of life in England and Europe. The transition from a rural to an industrial economy, rapid urbanization, and the factory system, resulted in a transformed societal structure. The most significant social change due to industrialism was, arguably, the emergence of a new middle class, who demanded a voice in the existing economic and political structure. While industrialism brought about prosperity, the disparity between the economic classes... Running head: Industrialism and...
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Social political ideology
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...Ideology on Same Sex Marriage Introduction Ideologies shape the lives, beliefs and practices of every society across the universe. They are of particulate concern in their contribution to the making of stance points on issues and subjects that affect the society. The American political ideologies constitute several variations on classical liberalism. Most of the ideologies present related views with significantly notable similar beliefs. However, the American ideologies despite holding almost similar views on issues of concern within the society, such as governance, free markets and individual liberties among others, they differ slightly. The difference emanates from the differences... Social Political...
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Terrorist Techniques - Ideology
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...ideology (Hoffman, 2006). Since our diehard members will be conducting the recruitment process, they will inform all the recruits of what lies ahead, especially using Tamil nationalism, Socialism, Separatism, Left-wing nationalism as the primary ideologies of recruitment. All the recruits... Role Play Assignment- For Academic Purposes Only Recruitment Initial recruitment will take place at the site of attack where we will both the male and female hostages. We will not spare children since we already have competent child soldiers. The fact that we have the Northern and Eastern Provinces at our control does not mean that we are anywhere near where we want to be. we want to recruit more of the young people...
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Modern History - Nazi ideology
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...ideologies hence it was essential to gain support of mothers and young women in the country. Pamphlets and propaganda posters were distributed to preach the values of Nazism for women and their need to raise strong “Aryan” children (Ascheld, 2010). The difference between the private and the public sphere during the Third Reich... Women Women The women in Nazi Germany at the time of the Third Reich adapted to the ever changing demands that were placed on them by economic and political restrictions. Also, the events of the World War II played a role in their transformation. It is apparent that in Nazi history the German women have played a part in the development of the Nazi Party as well as...
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Witchcraft: Ideology and Power
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...Ideology and Power Witchcraft has a long history that can be traced back to ancient civilizations where laws can be found that support the persecution of those accused of witchcraft. Being a woman was sometimes all that was needed to support accusations of witchcraft and it was mostly women that suffered for this crime. As well, the elimination of paganism in favor of the Christian religion was also a goal of accusations of witchcraft. The use of accusations of witchcraft was used to control ideologies and this can be seen in Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible in which the history of the Salem Witch Trials was used to parallel the hysteria and prosecutorial nature of the McCarthy era... Witchcraft:...
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Political Socialization and Ideology
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...Ideology Political Socialization and Ideology INTRODUCTION: As humans it is quite natural for us to involve amongst each, share each other's issues and concern, mutually cooperate and work together in order to form a stable society that is governed on principles of fraternity, brotherhood, equality, collaboration, peace and love. When a society is formed then the need arises which requires individuals to have some sort of governance and leadership in order to maintain and regulate peace within the region. This is the point where politics emerges and individuals start to develop their cognition and understanding of politics and how it functions. As an American I believe... ? Political Socialization and...
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Your Art & Relevant Ideology
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...ideology on the hierarchical relationship between nobles, priests, and herd members provides me with a set of the core ideas. A straight-forward objection by the philosopher is that “creators were they who created peoples, and hung a faith and a love over them: thus they served life” (Nietzsche 49). Henceforth, the talk on the tripartite unity of nobles, priests, and herd members is incorporated in my collection. First of all, when drawing upon my inspiration I... ?To begin with, fashion is always criticized in the contemporary world. In fact, it is a philosophic trend which once had taken shape in the imaginary world of a designer and was promulgated through a design collection. It makes the whole...
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Ideology in Words
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...Ideology in Words By Devangini Mahapatra Chauhan As a nation, the United s of America has paid a heavy price for attaining civilization. This seems to be the basic premise upon which author T.H Breen has built the ideologies that shapes the nation, in his book titled, The Power of Words - Documents in American History. The paper you are about to read is based on an important aspect of American history which starts just as the civil war ended in 1860. History is still often seen as the presentation of facts from the past, so that learning involves the mere memorization of the facts. What makes history so interesting and stimulating, however, are the...
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The Himba Ideology
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...Ideology This is an intimate work on the lives of a small group of cattle herders, the Himba, who reside in and around the settlement of Otutati in northwestern Namibia. For more than five centuries, the Himba people have breathed the hot and filmy air of the Earth’s oldest desert, raising fat, prosperous herds of livestock in an astute network of grazing lands, and honoring their ancestors through prehistoric sacred fires and venerated grave sites (Crandall 7). Smeared with otjize, a blend of butterfat and powered iron ochre for protection against the baked climate and blistering sun, the Himba are physically distinct as the “Red People” on the brown and gold landscape of Southwestern... The Himba...
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The Himba Ideology
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...Ideology This is an intimate work on the lives of a small group of cattleherders, the Himba, who reside in and around the settlement of Otutati in northwestern Namibia. For more than five centuries, the Himba people have breathed the hot and filmy air of the Earth’s oldest desert, raising fat, prosperous herds of livestock in an astute network of grazing lands, and honoring their ancestors through prehistoric sacred fires and venerated grave sites (Crandall 7). Smeared with otjize, a blend of butterfat and powered iron ochre for protection against the baked climate and blistering sun, the Himba are physically distinct as the “Red People” on the brown and gold landscape of Southwestern... The Himba...
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Ideology
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...1: Motivation Individuals from many different backgrounds within the political spectrum of the United s have indicated that the Israel lobby, namely AIPAC, has a disproportionate level of influence on the United States legislative branch. This topic is of particular interest in part due to the fact that it is somewhat taboo. Ultimately, many individuals have wrongly been accused of anti-Semitism merely for indicating that the Israel lobby has a disproportionate level of influence with respect to the way in which the laws of the United States are crafted. This is due in part to centuries of anti-Semitism and sensitivity to the way in which issues relating to Israel’s existence... Motivation Individuals...
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Ideology in Heart of Darkness
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...Ideology in Heart of Darkness Introduction Heart of darkness is a story written by Joseph Conrad, a polish man who set out to Africa to findthe darkness of the heart reflecting in white men of Europe. He set his journey to the African sub – continent to find the dark heart of a white man which astonished him excessively According to Walker (2004,pg. 225-236)“Never comfortable with his adopted English culture, Conrad used his experiences in different parts of the world during his career in the merchant navy to explore in his writing aspects of cultural dissonance and cultural isolation” This story is written by Conrad in the 19th century and revolves around the journey of a white man... to...
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Ideology of USA Foreign policy
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...ideologies in the Asian continent, particularly regarding major conflicts such as the Cold and Vietnamese war, which critically reflects the nature of US foreign policies in his book. In The making of U.S Foreign Policy, Dumbrell seeks to disapprove such notions regarding a fragmented and chaotic U.S foreign policy, and stresses that U.S foreign policy is logically constructed despite the many contestations from various institutions. Dumbrell presents American foreign ideologies as key policies that led to success or failure of different presidents in American... Review of The making of U.S Foreign Policy by John Dumbrell Over time, American foreign policy has been a matter of great discussions and...
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Media Analysis: Ideology and discourse
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...Ideology and Dis Modern television commercials stem from over one hundred years of advancements, study, and fine-tuning in thefield of advertising and its body of knowledge. These techniques typically include, but are not limited to, a series of appeals to the viewer’s base emotions, primal instincts, and emotional sympathies. Often the methods and means used to sell cars and/or life insurance are strikingly similar to those employed to elicit money for humanitarian causes. The two World Vision commercials are certainly no exception to this reality. Race as a concept and as a body of knowledge is surely a product of the modern era. Black, White, Yellow, and Brown are technically... Media Analysis:...
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The ideology of religious studies
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...ideology of religious studies 1. The Servant Songs refer to the group of texts found in the biblical book of Isaiah and has passages centering upon the Servant of the Lord. The Book of Isaiah is one of the prophetic books categorized as major books in the Bible and is the first of the Latter Prophets and has 66 chapters. The Songs of the Suffering Servant is laid out in four different passages of the book and was taken to refer to the nation of Israel. Others have taken it to imply the coming of Jesus Christ. The Servant of Songs is found elaborately in the following chapters: Isaiah 42: 1-4, Isaiah 49:1-6, Isaiah 50: 4-9 and Isaiah 52:13-53:12. A look into this concept of ‘servant’ reveals... The...
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Political Anthropology Power, Ideology & Inequality
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...ideology, i.e. poverty was presented as an individual failure of those who could not adapt to new reality, not the result of social injustice. Local Resisting Global Obviously local cultures struggle against their modern global... Introduction Globalisation has become a concern for many anthropologists in recent decades. Bringing global culture and forging it with local has based the assumption that we will not have any cultural diversity in future. This essay argues that globalisation cannot unify different ways of life into some kind of 'planetary culture', because merge with different local traditions assumes different outcomes. It is the confrontation of the local and the global that will make our...
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Is Inclusion a failed ideology
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...Ideology? Introduction Education as a right should be accorded to every child inthe world irrespective of its needs. Those that require Special Education Needs (SEN) are also entitled to normal education like other pupils without disabilities. Inclusion is a better way of closing the gap between the two groups of children. Several factors that are clear for everyone to see include: equal opportunities, for pupils to get training or education on the subjects that they are comfortable with. According to Frederickson and Cline (2009), children must be accepted, appreciated, valued and encouraged regardless of their individual need. Teachers must have enough training... shareholders are required...
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Cold War Ideology and Policies
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...Ideology and Policies Cold War Ideology and Policies The World War 2 ended in a total hazard for many nations. Countries like Japan and Germany were weakened to the extreme. Britain, France and other nations had also been weakened. After the war, two nations emerged as the supreme world powers: United States and the Soviet Union. The policies of these nations United States in particular were leading to a massive cold war between these two nations. United States was much stronger than the Soviets in all aspects. United States started interfering in the aspect of security and governments in other countries. They wanted to stop the growing power of Communism for which the Soviets were... War Ideology and...
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Liberal Ideology and Classical Liberalism
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...Ideology and ical Liberalism These days there is a lot of talk that the Western world has reached the peak of Modern Liberalism and istruly practicing and reaping its benefits to the fullest extent. Simultaneously, it makes us wonder if such is the case in reality as well. With the news of rising unemployment, crunching economies, bailouts, huge stimulus packages, rising prices of fuel and commodities and decreased standards of living, we are forced to wonder what kind of liberalism are we following or have been following in the past that has brought about such undesirable results? The purpose and aim of writing this paper is to examine and understand, to some extent, the concept... of...
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Political Ideology and Social Work
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...Ideology and Social Work You're This research focuses on the aspects of liberalism and how this type of political mentality can affect many areas of social work in today's time. Within this body of work the literature will show that through the decades historians have defined the nature of liberalism in a variety of ways. Some feel liberalism is a cultural attitude; others believe it is the ideology of the rising bourgeoisie, many explaining it as opposition to excessive state power and a coherent body of principles based upon the idea of individual freedom. However, the concept of social liberalism locates middle ground between uninhibited classical liberalism... Running head: POLITICAL Political...
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