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ideology

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishideologyi‧de‧ol‧o‧gy /ˌaɪdiˈɒlədʒi $ -ˈɑːl-/ ●○○ AWL noun (plural ideologies) [countable, uncountable]  BELIEVEa set of beliefs on which a political or economic system is based, or which strongly influence the way people behavephilosophy the ideologies of fascism and communism a new ideology based on individualism
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ideologyRevolutionary language and ideology had largely reappeared.In its triumphant heyday, the Thatcher coalition was held together both by ideology and by interest.Art schools have been forced into the commercial ideology of Toryism.Similarly radicals overstate the degree of unanimity among the medical profession, which is in fact riven with dissension and competing ideologies.democratic ideologyOr to put it another way, the analysis lacks both a sense of humanism and a theory of ideology.a group with a racist ideologySecondly, ideology is a social production and those who dominate social production also dominate ideological production.It is not surprising that the total reversal of the ideology of the past is having its effect on Soviet pupils.It is at least likely that they did in fact fail to keep their ideology to themselves.
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