Traducción de ideology en Español:


ideología, n.

Pronunciación /ˌɪdiˈɑlədʒi//ˌaɪdiˈɑlədʒi//ˌʌɪdɪˈɒlədʒi/

nombrePlural ideologies

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    ideología femenino
    • Multiculturalism is a political ideology that has completely altered the demographic identity of this nation.
    • All nation-states, whatever their political ideology, have persecuted minorities in the past and many continue to do so today.
    • He thinks of Europe as being a brake on the ideology of economic unilateralism which is capitalist, conservative and reactionary.
    • Finally, a political party is the convergence of a group of people based on their political ideals and ideologies.
    • In examining the evidence, one must conclude that Gaullism is neither a doctrine nor a political ideology.
    • Economic ideology is most strongly predicted by income and other indicators of economic class position.
    • The imposition of any one version of knowledge would be expected to reflect the ideology of the controlling political group.
    • The Stalinists had played a central role in Nasser's career and in facilitating Nasserism as a political ideology.
    • This decision is quite obviously influenced by the political ideology of the political party in power now.
    • He is guided neither by the maxims of a political ideology nor by conspicuous moral principle, but rather by a simple need to retain power.
    • He does not subscribe to the ideology of any political party.
    • If I'm a realist, that means I think judges ought to decide cases on the basis of my political ideology.
    • Another thing I don't understand is the romantic idea that ‘anarchy’ is a political ideology.
    • This position seems quite incompatible with a political ideology that claims ethical and moral superiority.
    • The new party has to be nationalist, built on sound principles of open ideology and economic policies.
    • The term Libertarian stands for a political ideology that basis itself on freedom.
    • Of course, motives, ideals, and ideologies do play a role in political violence.
    • Economic ideology took a decidedly secondary place, with respect to what they considered as an overriding historical imperative.
    • I have two questions: why are so many people in this thread necessarily equating fascism, a political ideology with one form of fascism?
    • Traditionally, the name of a party represents its political ideology and values.