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Politics 4th Edition By Andrew Heywood Pdf 378







PREFACE ­ ­ ­ The most common definition of ideology has been "A set of beliefs and attitudes of a group of people regarding the nature of society and the role of individuals in it. " "An ideology is a set of ideas about the way the world works." ­ "To see this in operation we need not concern ourselves with the quality of those ideas. "An ideology is not a natural product of the human mind. The elements that make up an ideology are mostly supplied by the media and the society to which people are exposed. The nature of the media, whether we are thinking of newspapers, the cinema or radio, is to select, highlight, colour, distort and even invent elements that support a particular view of the world. "We are often told that it is a negative concept. But this is a misleading description. The term derives from the Latin word ideō, which means to think. When we think about society we tend to think in terms of ideas and beliefs. The process of forming these ideas tends to reinforce them. The philosophy of Marx, the ideology of Hitler or the self-help of . politics 4th edition by andrew heywood pdf 378 PREFACE ­ ­ ­ The most common definition of ideology has been "A set of beliefs and attitudes of a group of people regarding the nature of society and the role of individuals in it. " "An ideology is a set of ideas about the way the world works." ­ "To see this in operation we need not concern ourselves with the quality of those ideas. "An ideology is not a natural product of the human mind. The elements that make up an ideology are mostly supplied by the media and the society to which people are exposed. The nature of the media, whether we are thinking of newspapers, the cinema or radio, is to select, highlight, colour, distort and even invent elements that support a particular view of the world. "We are often told that it is a negative concept. But this is a misleading description. The term derives from the Latin word ideō, which means to think. When we think about society we tend to think in terms of ideas and beliefs. The process of forming these ideas tends to reinforce them. The philosophy of Marx, the ideology of Hitler or the self-help of . politics 4th edition by andrew heywood pdf 378 PREFACE ­ ­ ­ The most common definition of ideology has been "A set of beliefs and attitudes of a group of people regarding the nature of society and be359ba680


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