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by Richard W. Wilson

Author: Richard W. Wilson
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (May 29, 1992)
Pages: 236 pages
Category: Politics
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Wilson first develops a definition of political culture and a theoretical argument about how political cultures are formed and how they evolve

Wilson first develops a definition of political culture and a theoretical argument about how political cultures are formed and how they evolve. Stressing the need to understand the interaction of individual and societal factors.

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Compliance Ideologies: Rethinking Political Culture. Peter McDonough, "Compliance Ideologies: Rethinking Political Culture. Richard W. Wilson," The Journal of Politics 55, no. 3 (Au. 1993): 847-849.

Originally published in 1992, this book is about political culture. It examines developments in the social sciences and integrates them into a theoretical explanation of historical changes in political values

Originally published in 1992, this book is about political culture. It examines developments in the social sciences and integrates them into a theoretical explanation of historical changes in political values. The starting point is the premise that political culture is rooted in the interaction between individual thinking and social norms. Through discourse, individual conceptions of social life are transformed and, interactively, social norms and cultural orientations as well. The first two parts of the book explore these issues theoretically

Richard W. Wilson, Compliance Ideologies: Rethinking Political Culture (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992). Works in political culture have employed a variety of approaches with different assumptions and methodologies

Richard W. Works in political culture have employed a variety of approaches with different assumptions and methodologies.

Compliance Ideologies: Rethinking Political Culture. By Richard W. Wilson. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992. David D. Laitin (a1). University of Chicago.

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Drawing on a broad range of literature in the social sciences, this book deals with one of the most elusive subjects in the study of politics and society: the role of culture. Wilson first develops a definition of political culture and a theoretical argument about how political cultures are formed and how they evolve. He emphasizes the roles of social knowledge and technological development as engines of cultural change and the dialectic between individual reasoning and social norms in the shaping of political values. Stressing the need to understand the interaction of individual and societal factors, he develops the concept of compliance ideologies, which he argues are the mechanisms through which a dominant culture is established and maintained. Wilson then applies this conception of compliance ideologies to the study of how political cultures in various societies have changed in the shift from agrarian, family-centered social organizations to industrialized societies characterized by complex social institutions. The differences between the political cultures of capitalist and communist systems are also examined, and in the conclusion likely developments in various contemporary political cultures are sketched.