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comparative exam 1

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Radicals Those with a political attitude that favors dramatic, often revolutionary change.
Ethnicity Specific attributes and societal institutions that make one group of people culturally different from others
Nationalism Pride in one’s people and the belief that they have a unique political destiny.
Nation-State A state encompassing one dominate nation that it claims to embody and represent
Citizenship An individual’s relationship to the state, wherein citizens swear allegiance to that sate and the state in return is obligated to provide rights to citizens.
Conservative Those with a political attitude that is skeptical of change and supports the current order.
Liberalism A political attitude that favors transformation; (2) An ideology and political system that favors a limited state role in society and the economy, and places a high priority on individual political and economic freedom.
Reactionary Someone who seeks to restore the institutions of a real or imagined earlier order.
Ethnicity Specific attributes and societal institutions that make one group of people culturally different from others
Nationalism Pride in one’s people and the belief that they have a unique political destiny.
Nation-State A state encompassing one dominate nation that it claims to embody and represent
Citizenship An individual’s relationship to the state, wherein citizens swear allegiance to that sate and the state in return is obligated to provide rights to citizens.
Conservatives Those with a political attitude that is skeptical of change and supports the current order.
Liberalism (1) A political attitude that favors transformation; (2) An ideology and political system that favors a limited state role in society and the economy, and places a high priority on individual political and economic freedom.
Radicals Those with a political attitude that favors dramatic, often revolutionary change.
Reactionary Someone who seeks to restore the institutions of a real or imagined earlier order.
Communism (1) A political-economic system in which all the wealth and property are shared as to eliminate exploitation, oppression, and, ultimately, the need for political institutions such as the state. (2) A political ideology that advocates such a system.
Fascism- A political ideology that asserts the superiority and inferiority of different groups of people and stresses a low degree of both freedom and equality in order to achieve a powerful state
Political Culture The basic norms for political activity in a society
Created by: bdionne318