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Ideology and Political Domination A G'riticat Re-appraisal

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In order to re-examine the relationship between ideology and political domination, three aspects of ideology are discerned: dominant social values, political formulas (socio-political doctrines), and the legitimacy claims made by political leaders. These "partial" notions of ideology serve as convenient bases for critical examinations of three theoretical debates-the dominant values debate, the "end of ideology" debate, and the "legitimation crisis" debate-in the light of findings from studies conducted in the advanced capitalist and state socialist societies. The paper ends with the conclusion that the role of the ideological factors in the maintenance of political domination has been distorted and exaggerated.

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