Systematic ideology integrates all cognitive processes whether logical or illogical, true or false that defines the character of humans explained in theories, assumptions and intuitions. Through these analyses systematic ideology tries to explain why people act the way they do whether subconscious or deliberate.
There are a few Major ideologies that have been identified and described by Walford George. They have the greatest impact on world Systems. A World System is a social organization with restrictions, structures, members, legislation and understanding. A world system is also broadly defined as a world economy. There are several world system types that have evolved due to peoples beliefs in the ideologies. Some of the distinct systems are; Anarchism, Socialism, Liberalism, Marxism, Feminism, Capitalism, and Fascism among others. The following is a look at the major ideologies and their impact on world systems. Most of the arguments placed before these ideologies are open to criticism and are not final verdict on the course of world systems. However these are analysis of very respected social analysts like Wallerstein.
This ideology explains why different people all tend to choose to do tasks that appear to be easier in carrying out and is readily available. Expedient idea is concerned with what happens immediately rather than analyzing past experiences to predict the future (Blake1991). Power is believed to belong to the people and hence most people take steps out of expediency. This ideology is therefore not systematic.
Describes why people would develop principles, commitments, devotions, and discipline. The thought of people here is based on two options; either False or true, good or bad, sacred or secular and subject or ruler among other options (Blake1991). The impact of such ideology on world systems is that there results in loyalty leadership in politics as well as what is described as conservative.
This ideology is described on the basis of Knowledge, Sense and accountancy. Character is determined by knowledge and belief in ethics, traditional values and compliance. Such ideology allows rational addressing of issues such as humanism, Skepticism, suffering and free thinking as their most important concerns. In terms of political administration, precision ideology tends to be inclined towards the liberal (broadminded) leadership and the inexperienced Bureaucracy.
This ideology is defined by the need for a slow but sure philosophical change; this discusses evolutionary discipline and gradual communism, free thinking under such thought leads to development of leaderships that embrace socialism and communism (Blake1991). In terms or religious belief people may tend to be atheistic, mystical, inspirational or cryptic religious practices. This inspires the world to have internal interrelations hence encouraging corporation.
This ideology brings about socio-economic conflict by presuming economic and social classes. This conflict can only be resolved by revolution (rebellion) and violence should the need to arise. These values are established aggressively against conservative ones dominating over them and hence ruling them. Such ideology can lead to leadership that is more class oriented as in Marxism where economic