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Most scholars who have studied American party ideologies have focused on party ideas about "economic redistribution" or how active the federal government should be in managing the economy--what spatial modelers often call the "first dimension" of political ideology.
Moreover, many ambiguous ideologies come across but they have to face the destiny of desperation due to their unrealistic agendas that does not work in the real world.
1) Doxical Superstructure (DS) is formed by values in fact, political and religious ideologies and culture of a human society in a certain historical time.
The second is related to the delicate measure of the cross-national differences in right- and leftwing ideologies.
Utopias are assumed by their authors, whereas ideologies are denied by theirs.
Movements may stem from ideologies that stress racial superiority, fanatic religious beliefs or radical political views.
All the different secular ideologies failed us badly because the human character dominated, managed and corrupted them after some time.
Downs however asserts that ideologies can frequently be weakly integrated, offering as argument the fact that they are built to attract a plurality of social groups (26).
Addressing a press conference here on Sunday, Singh said: "If BJP is really concerned about the Muslim community in India then it should detach itself from the ideologies of Nathuram Godse (the man who killed Gandhi).
The prevailing ideologies serve to uphold extant gender-based power structures, which, for the most part, are patriarchal, mitigated to varying degrees in different societies by the differential influence of feminism, and influence how teachers, parents, and peers socialize children, and how adults think, feel, and behave (Levant, 1996a; Pleck et al.
Over the past decade, there have appeared a wide range of studies, ranging from the medical profession to social work, that have examined the process of professionalization as an articulation of a middle-class identity and as a strategic deployment of ideologies of science.
Apple has expanded and reworked the original interview in keeping with the heavily theoretical tone of the volume, but the conversational and interactive format yields a less complex examination of how neo-liberal, neo-conservative, fundamentalist, and marketplace ideologies are shaping education today.
As noted by Dalmage, there are contending ideologies within the movement, with some views overlapping with others as well as other views that seem contradictory.
But, on the other hand, given the ideologies that lie behind some versions of evolutionism, it makes some fundamental points clear which must be respected:
At the same time, a close examination of Zen theory and praxis indicates that the tradition does possess resources for resisting dominant ideologies and engaging in ideology critique.