POLITICAL IDEOLOGY


Firstly, we have two types of ideology which is *political and epistemological * 

Now we can easily say political ideology is the norms, or ethical ideal, principles, doctrines, myths or symbols of a social movement, institution, class, or large group that explains how society should work and offers some political and cultural norms for a certain order in the political system. Furthermore, The third views ideologies as indispensable mapping devices of cultural symbols and political concepts that constitute a crucial resource for understanding and shaping sociopolitical life. 

Now we from this aforesaid ideology I can point out some conception that follows which is 

Feminism, this just a legal right that eligible females ( women)  to lead or rule, but according to my research, I get to know that Although any general definition of feminism would no doubt be controversial, it seems undeniable that much work in feminist theory is devoted to the tasks of critiquing women’s subordination, analyzing the intersections between sexism and other forms of subordination such as racism, heterosexism, and class oppression, and envisioning the possibilities for both individual and collective resistance to such subordination.

The definition of liberalism has changed over time, but modern-day liberals tend to believe that government should intervene in the economy and provide a broad range of social services to ensure well-being and equality across society. Liberals usually believe that the government should not regulate private sexual or social behaviors. They are said to fall on the “left-wing” of the axis of political beliefs, a convention that dates from the place where supporters of the revolution sat in assembly during the French Revolution.



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