The development of attitudes and beliefs about a political system is
QuestionThe development of attitudes and beliefs about a political system is
A) political emancipation
B) political socialization
C) political participation
D) political orientation
The correct answer is B.
Political socialization is a lifelong process by which people form their ideas about politics and acquire political values. The family, educational system, peer groups, and the mass media all play a role.
The development of attitudes and beliefs about a political system is political orientation.
It should be realized that political culture has three main components, which are as follows:
. Cognitive Orientation: This is the knowledge of and belief in the political system, the institutions, functionaries and the policies made by those functionaries.
2. Affective Orientation: This embraces the feelings of attachment, involvement and rejection of political objects.
3. Evaluative Orientation: This concerns people's judgement and opinion about political objects. The people judge according to their preferences and values.
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