This introduction to ideologies shows students why an understanding of ideology is crucial to an understanding of political issues. By using real-life examples to relate political ideas to actual political situations, the hugely experienced author team make the subject as lively and contentious in order to stimulate students into developing their own position on the ideas discussed. The book shows how 'traditional' ideologies such as liberalism and socialism have been challenged, yet also how some of their ideas have been incorporated into new ideologies such as feminism and ecologism. Suitable for 1st and 2nd year undergraduates studying political theory.
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Author Biography - Paul Graham
Part 1 Classical IdeologiesChapter 1 Liberalism Chapter 2 Conservatism Chapter 3 Socialism Chapter 4 Anarchism Chapter 5 Nationalism Chapter 6 Fascism Part 2 New IdeologiesChapter 7 Feminism Chapter 8 Multiculturalism Chapter 9 Ecologism Chapter 10 Fundamentalism Conclusion Glossary Index