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37 Examples of Social Ideology

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A social ideology is a set of beliefs and principles for organizing society, politics, economics, social institutions and social relations. This is a broad category of ideology that includes political ideologies, economic ideologies, social ethics and cultural ideologies. Social ideologies address fundamental social questions in areas such as power, justice, change, tradition and how to structure society. The following are common examples of social ideologies.

Political Ideology

Political ideologies are comprehensive sets of principles for organizing a society. These are each based on bodies of academic knowledge and the political traditions and institutions of nations such as political parties.
Anarchism
Authoritarianism
Conservatism
Liberalism
Libertarianism
Monarchism
Nationalism
Progressivism
Reactionary
Republicanism
Totalitarianism
A reactionary seeks to role back change that has occurred in society.

Economic Ideology

Economic ideologies are structures for organizing economic ownership, production, markets, distribution and trade.
Anarcho-Capitalism
Capitalism
Communism
Democratic Socialism
Feudalism
Globalism
Neoliberalism
Protectionism
Social Market Economy
Socialism
A social market economy is capitalism with taxation that provides limited redistribution of wealth often as social services. Most developed nations aren't purely capitalist but are more accurately described as social market economies.

Ethical & Cultural

There are many social ideologies that don't provide a full system for organizing society or the economy. These are typically referred to as ethical & culture ideologies that offer principles for structuring social institutions and relations.
Collectivism
Conservationism
Consumerism
Environmentalism
Ethical Consumerism
Feminism
Humanism
Individualism
Isolationism
Localism
Materialism
Multiculturalism
Pacifism
Secularism
Spiritualism
Traditionalism

Summary

Social ideologies are established sets of beliefs, values and principles related to the organization of society, the economy, social institutions and social relations.
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