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Social Science
SOSC 1000
Terry Conlin

Social Science Week Two An ideology is a fairly coherent and comprehensive set of ideas that explains and evaluates social conditions, helps people understand their place in society and provides a program for social and political action. It legitimizes the power of political, it explains and passes judges on historical events. Identifies political right and wrong as well as inter-politics. It serves as a guide. An ideology simplifies a complex idea of reality. Conservatism, Liberalism, and Socialism are Ideology. Question Conservatism Liberalism Socialism Guide to Behavior -Tradition -Reason -Reason -Divinity -Self-interest -Morality Nature of Human -Flawed -Perfectible -Perfectible Nature -Unequal by Birth -“Equal” -Equal -Ascription -Acquisitive -Competitive -Achievement -Competitive Unit of Analysis -Clan -Individual -Community -Family -Class -Nation Origins of Society -Natural -Free -Natural -Organic choice/Limited -Organic -Hierarchical Purposes -Egalitarian -Atamistic -Artificial Value of Change -Gradual (if it isn’t-Natural -Desires broke) -Inevitable -Acquires Action Roles of -Paternalism -Promote Equality -Promote Equality Government (privilege attains of Right and of Condition responsibility) Opportunity Highest Political -Security -Liberty -Equality Value -Order 1960; Bill of Rights Joe Drybenes – Hudson Bay  Charged under the Indian Act; being under the influence off of the reserve  Fought in court for this ; not equally correct Classical Liberal Personal Freedom  Negative freedom from course of power  Limited government role  Individuals free from cohesion to choose their own rules of conduct Limited Government  Essential limited government  Provide an army to protect the citizens from foreign invasion  Police force to protect us from each other  Provide with system of courts (body that will uphold the law)  Government should pr
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