Political Ideologies and Worldviews: An Introduction
Valérie Vézina, Francis Abiew, Jennifer Anaquod, Tyler Chamberlain, Frédérick Guillaume Dufour, Serdar Kaya, Conrad King, Logan Masilamani, Gregory Millard, Ross Pink, Dave Poitras, Étienne Schmitt, Jackie F. Steele, Arjun Tremblay, Serbulent Turan, and John Wright (Kwantlen Polytechnic University) 2021
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This open educational resource (OER) brings together Canadian and international scholars in a contemporary, pluralistic volume introducing undergraduates in a variety of relevant disciplines to political ideologies and worldviews. This introductory volume is also suitable for a wider general audience. This volume is the first of its kind, a fully open textbook on political worldviews that deals with the historical development of classical ideologies, while expanding and updating the subject using contemporary political examples and non-Eurocentric examinations of ideology. The volume includes chapters on Indigenous worldviews, Confucianism, and the future of ideology in the emerging global order. The volume also contains valuable sets of discussion questions throughout.
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