Political Ideology Tables: Feminism / Environmentalism
People as Gender
Political action for womens
1)Women are a social category
2)Freedom and equality are
Single Case Study
Change in time (Diachronic Analysis).
Diachronic: The study of development through time.
Situating the study in a broader theoretical framework to conduct an implicit
For example why was Egypt authori
Parliamentary & Presidential System
Canada uses this and it stems from our British origins.
Sometimes known as west-minster parliamentary system.
We do not vote for a government we vote for a parliament then a
parliament chooses a
Federalism & Federations
Federalism as a principle: unity and diversity.
Federalism is an idea/philosophy.
Federalism is about governing while trying to reconcile unity and
Balancing political power between different levels of government
Political Ideology Tables: Socialism / Fascism
Equal distribution among all citizens
Grew to recognition in the Industrial
Revolution. Marx/Lenin Radic
Formed-legal Analysis (Old Institutionalism)
First approach to political science.
Describing how institutions work.
It was challenged in the 1950s and viewed as being too descriptive.
Too preoccupied with specific countries and w
Political Ideology Tables: Liberalism / Conservatism
Focused on the Individual
Natural Inequalities recognized and
accepted (Focus on State)
- Aristocrats have privilege
- Men to be able to speak
General remarks about the EU
Economic, monetary and political union.
EU works because it involves principles of interstate relationships.
EU has some dynamics that represent international things and other
aspects represent domestic polit
Definition of The State
A way in which human beings organize themselves.
Refers to the notion of having the ultimate authority over a population
within specified borders.
To be a state you must be recognized by other
Intro to Political Science 1101 MT 2 Note Pack
Ideologies: Liberalism, Conservatism, Socialism, Fascism, Feminism, Environmentalism
Instructor: Andre Lecours
Ideologies and the Left and Right Continuum
What is an Ideology?
An ideology is a value or belief
Citizenship is associated with the state; you are a citizen of a state.
Citizenship is rights, responsibility, and identity.
In terms of rights and citizenship, there has been an evolution from the beginning
of the modern state, to the