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Department
Social Science
Course
SOSC 1000
Professor
Terry Conlin
Semester
Summer

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Dominant IdeologyLecture May 14Ideology and HistoryReading Marchak pg 61A dominant ideology is defined as that particular set of ideas perceptions values and beliefs which is most widely shared and has the greatest impact on social action at any particular time in a particular society Marchak p 63Ideologies are explanations for the social organizations Marchak p 62Look at conservative liberal and social democratic comparison Professor Conlins chart in classDefinition from class 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 helps provide a program for social and political action Conlin May 14An ideology justifies the exercise of power in society It explains and passes judgements on social events It identifies political right and wrong It maps out the interconnection between politics and the other
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