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Political Science
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POL214Y1
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Victoria Wohl

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Ideology and Political Culture
Lecture 1
Questions for Exam- Equality of life Canadians have. Socio economic settings of
Canadians Quality of Life for Canadians? Equality and income
1.What is ideology
2.Left + Right
3.Conservatism
Liberalism
Socialism
Contemporary + Classical
4.The dominant ideology is Democratic capitalism in Canada or Liberalism
5. In 1795 a French group called the ideologists formed and they were committed to
studying ideologists. They were rationalists, supported the revolution, liberals who saw
freedom of thought and expression as the main contributions of the French revolution.
Using reason is the best guarantee of thinking and order.
6.A body of ideas that reflects the social needs, aspirations and hopes of a specific
group or peoples. It expresses the most fundamental ideas about the nature of the
individual, the nature of society and the nature of the relationship between both.
7.Political parties and leaders use ideology to formulate their platforms and decisions.
8. It is a way of intrepreting society.
9.The most common categorization are the terms left wing and right wing
10.Left wingers associate themselves with the poor, the workers etc (poor)
11.The right with the privelged, with managers, bankers, (rich)
Criteria to Classify Parties as Left or Right
12.Experts
13.MP values
14.MPs Socio-Economic status
15.Voter Support
16.Voter Perception
17.Party Finance
Classical Conservatism-rooted in soil
18.Tradition
19.Authority
20.Hierarchy
21.Community
22.Cooperation
Classical Liberalism- rooted in commerce
23.Reason
24.Freedom- to buy, to have, to accumulate
25.Equality
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Ideology and Political Culture Lecture 1 Questions for Exam- Equality of life Canadians have. Socio economic settings of Canadians Quality of Life for Canadians? Equality and income 1. What is ideology 2. Left + Right 3. Conservatism Liberalism Socialism Contemporary + Classical 4. The dominant ideology is Democratic capitalism in Canada or Liberalism 5. In 1795 a French group called the ideologists formed and they were committed to studying ideologists. They were rationalists, supported the revolution, liberals who saw freedom of thought and expression as the main contributions of the French revolution. Using reason is the best guarantee of thinking and order. 6. A body of ideas that reflects the social needs, aspirations and hopes of a specific group or peoples. It expresses the most fundamental ideas about the nature of the individual, the nature of society and the nature of the relationship betw
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