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This holds whether writers speak of rationalization of vested interests, attempts to “maintain a particular social role,” or justiﬁcatory, apologetic . . activity concerned with the establishment and defense of patterns of belief. In each case, writers treat as a primary issue the legitimation of how an activity is socially organized. . When the basic assumptions underlying a social arrangement seem to be seriously challenged, the resulting need for legitimation may well take the form of concern with the sacred .
Interpretations of the scope of ideology vary widely. , professional ideologies); (2) broader political programs and social movements; and (3) comprehensive world-views, outlooks, or what Berger and Luckmann and others have called symbolic universes. Functionally, ideology has been evaluated historically as a form of false consciousness which distorts one’s picture of social reality and serves the interests of the dominant classes in a society. However, it has also been treated, as Geertz puts it, as “systems of interacting symbols” that provide the primary ways of making “otherwise incomprehensible social situations meaningful,”35 that is, as inevitable creations that are essential and function as shared conventions of meaning for making a complex social reality understandable.
It is similar to the point I argued earlier about the possible relationship between the school as an institution and the recreation of inequality. ” But as institutions they not only are one of the main 6 • Ideology and Curriculum agencies of distributing an effective dominant culture; among other institutions, and here some of the economic interpretations seem quite potent, they help create people (with the appropriate meanings and values) who see no other serious possibility to the economic and cultural assemblage now extant.
A New Regime for the Oceans by John C. Campbell, Guy de Carmoy, Shinichi Kondo