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While manifesto-based ideology indexes account for time-varying ideology, our index does not capture the fact that right- and leftwing ideologies have, undoubtedly, evolved through time.
When governments fail to address instability, legitimate grievances, and persistent serious challenges, they create an ideal environment for hateful ideologies to incubate -- and for terrorist organisations to fill the vacuum of legitimacy.
But he insisted that ideologies also incorporate the image of a world beyond alienation and that without the utopian function operating even within ideology, no spiritual surplus, no idea of a better world would be possible.
Annsart, 2005: 362-366) Mannheim, for example, makes in 1936, from the study of ideologies a target of sociology of knowledge.
Do they and their ideologies really have results--better results than the different religions have?
1992; Levant & Fischer, 1998) developed the Male Role Norms Inventory (MRNI) to assess both traditional and nontraditional masculinity ideologies.
The professionalization of real estate united ideologies of masculine dignity with the emerging authority of social science.
Arguably, the criticism of those ideologies and Zen entanglement in them is the prolegomenon to the construction of a rigorous Zen social ethic.
Though these glasses work well to peer into the past, they somehow dull our sight to some of the same ideologies being played out before us today.
Early in the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the ideologies of scientists, clinicians, and politicians worked against one another as they affected decisions about paying attention to a new and emerging disease.
However, there is no way that I can condone or agree with their reported suggestion that ideologies without faith had in the past led to catastrophe.
As such, like all other social ideologies that command adherence and respect by the majority of the population because of their emotive content, it is inert in itself and has no historical agency but depends completely on who is using it and to what ends.