Whether People Have Ideology: Theoretical Struggle of the Western Intellectual Circles
After World War II, there are free, conservative and radical schools of thought in the West, but there are only free and conservative ideologies in the real political life. Whether the general public has ideology is controversial among the behaviorist political scholars; there are five views: Converse's point of view, intelligence theory, self-identity theory, availability model, and the mandatory hierarchical pattern. Behind the argument is the difference in the scholars' understanding of ideology, that is, what kind of standards should be used to determine whether the public has ideology.
【CateGory Index】： D0