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Political Culture

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Political culture is defined by the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences as the "set of attitudes, beliefs and sentiments that give order and meaning to a political process and which provide the underlying assumptions and rules that govern behavior in the political system". It encompasses both the political ideals and operating norms of a polity. Political culture is thus the manifestation of the psychological and subjective dimensions of politics. A political culture is the product of both the history of a political system and the histories of the members. Thus it is rooted equally in public events and private experience.[1]




`    ► Anarchism‎ (21 C, 23 P, 1 F)
    ► Authoritarianism‎ (3 C, 29 P)
`    ► Collectivism‎ (8 C, 17 P)
    ► Communism‎ (28 C, 180 P)
    ► Corporatism‎ (5 C, 60 P)
`    ► Decentralization‎ (8 C, 84 P)
    ► Democratic socialism‎ (6 C, 46 P)
`    ► Egalitarianism‎ (9 C, 56 P)
`    ► Fascism‎ (20 C, 70 P)
`    ► Hierarchy‎ (5 C, 32 P)
`    ► Individualism‎ (15 C, 29 P)
`    ► Liberalism‎ (22 C, 107 P)
`    ► Oligarchy‎ (10 C, 46 P)
`    ► Political Internet memes‎ (40 P)
`    ► Social commentary‎ (1 C, 6 P)
    ► Social liberalism‎ (6 C, 9 P)
    ► Socialism‎ (38 C, 239 P)


`    Political culture
`    Agenda 21 for culture
`    Cabinet collective responsibility
    The Civic Culture
    Civic political culture
    Classical liberalism
    Country Party (Britain)
    Culture of capitalism
`    Democratic socialism
`    Egalitarianism
    Ethical socialism
`    Far-right subcultures
`    Hierarchy
`    Individualism
`    Johnson cult
`    Legitimacy (political)
    Liberal socialism
`    Malinchism
`    Oligarchy
`    Parochial political culture
    Political culture of Canada
    Political culture of Germany
    Political culture of the United Kingdom
    Political culture of the United States
    Political gaffe
    Political myth
    Post-truth politics
`    Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear
`    Seattle process
    Secular liberalism
    Social liberalism
`    Theories of political behavior
    Tory corporatism
`    Universal monarchy
`    Wen and wu

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