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Electing Ahmed Jawad has proved that PTI always given importance to the ideological workers, he said.
To the dismay of the public, President Moon Jae-in's Memorial Day speech has again divided the nation along ideological lines.
DR Nabi urged PTI chairman Imran Khan and members of the party parliamentary board to review the decision regarding distribution of tickets for elections in tribal districts and nominate eligible, ideological and senior workers of the party.
The "transformation of one relation to the lived world into a new relation by ideological struggle" or "ideological practice" is, as Ben Brewster argues, a concept that Althusser developed from Engels's and especially from Mao Zedong's elaborations.
He said that Asfandyar Wali Khan has adopted the position of potentate within the party rank by imposing his will on party workers without hearing to others and planned sidelining the ideological leaders by replacing them with a bunch of turncoats, saying that he aroused objections on all the decisions of Asfandyar Wali Khan.
The working model of ideological and political education for college students in computer science major is showing in Figure 1.
Yet there was a shift in power balance altering the ideological power relations with other power organisations.
The Second World War can categorically be termed as the 'Hitler's ideological war' the Cold War may be considered as a conquest between liberal democracy and Marxism-Leninism and in the current decade the 'war on terrorism' can be considered as a war between 'extremist ideologies' and ideology of a nation-state.
David Brandenberger's study concentrates on Soviet propaganda in the 1930s, the period when Stalin's personality cult was established and dogmatic ideological control was asserted over all forms of communication.
Dunham finds that mainstream news outlets "associate ideological frames with conservative (or libertarian) think tanks three to six times as often as they do with liberal think tanks." Attaching ideological labels to analyses done by conservative think tanks implies that they are less objective than those done by their liberal counterparts.
Although Li's monograph complements a recent spate of scholarship that foregrounds ideology as the central factor in explaining the breakdown in Sino-Soviet relations, he contends that existing scholarship has theoretical shortcomings because it fails to adequately account for the ebbs and flows in ideological friction between Moscow and Beijing.