Essay on Politics, Politics And Restructuring Of The World

2137 Words Apr 10th, 2016 9 Pages
As a New Zealand Society in today’s world we are always trying to compete with one another from different perspectives such as business the world, politics and restructuring of the world. Due to this, there are different political parties or groups that have been formed to fit that personality. The political ideology has played a large part in the New Zealand legislation to pass Act in the parliament. The political ideologies are someone’s viewpoint on the world; their beliefs with regards to how the country should run, nature of humans and the country’s economic policy. Overall the essay will include defining ideology, the period between 1984 – 2015 and political changes, how the political groups influence the formation of legislation and the relationship between political ideology and Labour Legislation Act.
The history of ideology was first used in the 18th century by the French philosopher Destutt de Tracy. Since then the term has been developed over the years as a set of beliefs and ideas that can apply onto policies and events. The beliefs about political, economic, social and cultural affairs held by the majority of people within the society in New Zealand. An article shows political ideology as a subset of ideology. According to Erikson & Tedin it’s a “set of beliefs about the proper order of society and how it can be achieved” (Duplass, 2014). It’s a clear and uncontroversial interpretation for the political parties. As in summary the political ideology is the…

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