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Politics of ideocracy [electronic resource] / Jaroslaw Piekalkiewicz and Alfred Wayne Penn.

By: Piekalkiewicz, Jaroslaw.
Contributor(s): Penn, Alfred Wayne, 1937-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, c1995Description: 1 online resource (x, 274 p.).ISBN: 0585099286 (electronic bk.); 9780585099286 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Totalitarianism | Authoritarianism | Comparative government | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Ideologies -- Fascism & Totalitarianism | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Politics of ideocracy.DDC classification: 320.5/3 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Ch. I. Ideocracy as a Distinctive Form of Politics. What Is Ideocracy? Ideocracy Distinguished. Intellectual Origins of Ideocracy. Organic and Mechanical (Pragmatic) Concepts of the State. Politics and Problem Solving. Community and Ideology. Ideocracy Described -- Ch. II. Psychological and Cultural Aspects of Ideocracy. Traditional Culture and Divergent Individual Propensities -- Ch. III. Ideocratic Framework of Politics. The Foundations of Legitimacy. The Organization of Political Leadership. The Penetration of Political and Social Organizations. The Nature and Scope of Political Involvement: Total Mobilization. The Major Components of Ideocracy -- Ch. IV. Causes of Ideocracy. Stability. Types of Social Disruption. Multipliers of Cumulative Disruption. Leadership, Ideology, and Organization. Scenario of Ideocratic Revolution -- Ch. V. Ideocracy in Dynamic Perspective: Inception and Stabilization. Inception of Ideocracy. Stabilization -- Ch. VI. The Evolution of Ideocracy. Self-Destruction. Peaceful Erosion. Regeneration. Conclusion: Ideocracy and Processes of Dynamic Change.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-259) and index.

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Ch. I. Ideocracy as a Distinctive Form of Politics. What Is Ideocracy? Ideocracy Distinguished. Intellectual Origins of Ideocracy. Organic and Mechanical (Pragmatic) Concepts of the State. Politics and Problem Solving. Community and Ideology. Ideocracy Described -- Ch. II. Psychological and Cultural Aspects of Ideocracy. Traditional Culture and Divergent Individual Propensities -- Ch. III. Ideocratic Framework of Politics. The Foundations of Legitimacy. The Organization of Political Leadership. The Penetration of Political and Social Organizations. The Nature and Scope of Political Involvement: Total Mobilization. The Major Components of Ideocracy -- Ch. IV. Causes of Ideocracy. Stability. Types of Social Disruption. Multipliers of Cumulative Disruption. Leadership, Ideology, and Organization. Scenario of Ideocratic Revolution -- Ch. V. Ideocracy in Dynamic Perspective: Inception and Stabilization. Inception of Ideocracy. Stabilization -- Ch. VI. The Evolution of Ideocracy. Self-Destruction. Peaceful Erosion. Regeneration. Conclusion: Ideocracy and Processes of Dynamic Change.

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Politics of ideocracy by Piekalkiewicz, Jaroslaw. ©1995
Politics of ideocracy by Piekalkiewicz, Jaroslaw. ©1995
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