Political Ideologies: An Introduction
This informative and widely-used text is now available in a third edition. Building on the success of previous editions, it continues to provide a clear and accessible introduction to the complexities of political ideologies. The new edition of Political Ideologies: An Introduction: * introduces and considers the future of all the most widely studied ideologies: liberalism; conservatism; socialism; democracy; nationalism; fascism; ecologism and feminism * sets each ideology clearly within its historical and political context * includes a new final chapter that examines the impact of recent theoretical developments of ideologies and charts the challenges that they face in the 21st century * has been fully revised and up-dated and provides an annotated guide for further reading.
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