College of Law and Politics

Courses

Political Ideologies ( in English )

Course Code PLSC211 Th 3 Pr 3 CrHrs 3

Realism ,Liberalism ,ideology

The course is introductory course on Political Ideologies. The course will be about the general understanding of political ideologies along with the examples, brief historical background and differences between or/and among main ideologies in Political studies.

At the end of the semester students will be able to know what is an ideology in Political sciences. Students will be able to differentiate between/among different ideologies. More importantly students will know the importance and the effect of ideologies on politics.

Heywood, Andrew, Political Ideologies an introduction, palgrave MacMillan first publish January 1992.
The Oxford Handbook of Political Ideologies, oxford university press, 2013.
  • Introduction

  • What is ideology?

  • Liberalism

  • Realism

  • Anarchism

  • Conservatism

  • Feminism.

  • Communism.

  • Democracy and Christian Democracy.

  • Nationalism.

  • Kurdish nationalism.

  • Islamic political ideology.

  • Socialism.

Introduction

What is ideology?

Liberalism

Realism

Anarchism

Conservatism

Feminism.

Communism.

Democracy and Christian Democracy.

Nationalism.

Kurdish nationalism.

Islamic political ideology.

Socialism.