Ideological Enclosure

January 25, 2011 at 12:08 pm Leave a comment

I use this expression to refer to the situation which arises when an individual or group sees everything from the perspective dictated by the ideology. Any individual or group of individuals adhering to an ideology is bound to be enclosed within it to some extent, because an ideology is a way of interpreting one’s business in the world. An ideology is a way of interpreting one’s business in the world. An ideology shapes the world within which one lives.

“Religious Education in the State Schools of Late Capitalist Society”
John Hull
British Journal of Educational Studies Vol 38, No. 4, November 1990

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