Social 30 - Unit 1 Definitions
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Social 30 - Unit 1 Definitions
Social 30 Vocab Definitions
Social 30 Chapter 1
a system of thought based on beliefs and values that include ideas about how the world works.
is a person who actively advocates revolution
Person who holds politic view points of returning to past political view.
The idea of moving forward to new political ideas, and changing from the past.
the norm that current culture is attuned to
the way something has always been done.
The ideology based on the importance of individual liberty and values of individualism.
Conservatism is a political and social philosophy that promotes retaining traditional social institutions
A form of protest by the use of violence
An ideology that values the rights and freedoms of an individual.
an ideology that places the needs and goals of a collective or group, before those of the individuals within the group
Anarchism is a political philosophy that advocates stateless societies based on non-hierarchical free associations
the political system where only a small group or one single person governs the land.
an economic system in which capital assets are privately owned and goods and services are produced for profitin a market economy
a political system where the people have the power to vote to influence the goverments decisions.
and authoritarian system of goverment with idealogies of: Elitism, Military Extremism and totalitarian.
Is the idea of equal opportunity, not total equality.
The idea of changing social structure over politics.
A person who makes change, without the use of violence.
A public contract, where the people agree to be governed to gain benifits in society.
Individual Right and Freedoms
The rights associated with personal liberty.
Eg. Religion, right to education
Ones purpose to satisfy their own needs.
The struggle among two or more people or groups for an economic, social or political advantage.
Rule of Law
The idea that the law is above all the people, and No people are above the Law.
Materialistic ownership over Items (Or land) By an individual.
A groups responsibility for each of its individual members.
The set of goals or ideals that members of a group to pursue together.
A group of people working together to achieve one common goal.
A foundation a government can instill in taxes deductions to make the people wages the same.
Is behavior that groups of people act upon.
Property that is not owned by an individual, But by the government for public use.
Distinction of levels of people by their economic status. (Lower, Middle and Upper Class)
A large constituency of people with like minded values and outlooks.
A peoples way of life. I.E. Tradition, History and lifestyle.
A Collective of peoples way of communication with one another.
The surround land of a Nation. (the outdoors)
The different sexes of Humankind.
A Collective of people with like Values and Belief under one calling.
Philospher of the modern Economy. The pioneer of the Capitalist system.
A state of governance, where the government has little control over its people.