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  1. Ideologies

  2. To what extent should ideology be the foundation of identity? What are humans like and why do they act as they do? What is the nature of society? What is the role of the individual in society?

  3. Points of View and Perspectives • Points of View: are representative of individual opinions and are based one’s individual experiences. • Perspectives: Illustrated what people hold to be true and reflect the outlook of a particular group based on age, culture, economics, faith and language. • Why are humans like the ways they are? There are many influencing factors, this enables us to study these factors and derive a conclusion based on our perspectives or point of view…We know that man has shaped their thoughts based on: • a. The nature of society b. Their role in society c. History


  5. What factors influence beliefs and values Factors that can shape beliefs and values Culture Language Religion Environment Gender Media Ideology

  6. What factors influence beliefs and values • Culture: Beliefs, customs, practices and social behavior will shape the way you look at the world.

  7. Language: what you know and how you know to communicate

  8. Religion: How you see the world from your religious standpoint

  9. Environment

  10. Gender:

  11. Media

  12. Ideology Definition: a system of though based on beliefs and values that include ideas about how the world works, how we should live together as a society, and what society should be in the future

  13. Themes of Ideology: 1.) Nation: concerned with its independence, identity, self-preservation, and identity 2.) Religion: looking at why the world exists and what role (ethics and morals) we play in the world

  14. 4.) Relationship to the Land: how do we view the world around us? Are we to serve the world or the world to serve us? 3.) Class: -the way society is structured. A hierarchy of who is more important

  15. 3 Ways of Thinking of Social Structures 1.) Informal: unwritten rules that are understood by people in that society 2.) Economic Rules: how the economy will run, money, bartering, free health care etc… 3.) Political: how will society be organized, will it be a dictatorship, democracy, who gets to vote? Etc…