StatusThe thesis was presented on the 19 April, 2007
Approved by NCAA on the 20 September, 2007
Abstract– 0.26 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 32.001 (043.3)
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Taking into consideration the actuality of the theme and the degree of its research, the goal of this work consist in the evaluation and apreciation of the ideological dimension of the political process in the Republic of Moldova. Having this goal, as the main preocupation is the politicall process in the conditions of democratical transformations,the identification of political ideologie′s impact on the society. The original feature of this study is manifested through author′s essay to perform a complexe and whole analyses of the ideological content of the political process in Republic of Moldova for the first time, to evaluate the doctrins of the political formations.
The first chapter of the study includes the analyse of the diverse theoretically-methodological approaches of ideology and the political process. We are talking about the analyse of ideological dymensions: social, political, psychological, institutional, mitical, uthopical. The political process was researched accordingly to the institutionalist, behaviorists, systemical, functionally-structural, conflictual methods.
The second chapter regards the research of political parties’ ideologies from the moldavian society, its character and their accord to the classical doctrines. The second paragraph seeks to establish the role and the place of an ideology in a society in transition, which are the most important moments for this period from the ideological perspective. The importance of parties’ ideologies is sustained but also state’s role in the conditions of establishing of the ideological pluralism.
In the third chapter the role of the political conscience in the ideological pluralism was analysed. An essential condition of the political process of democratisation is the renovation of the ideological values in the political conscience that is in transition, the emergence of the civic political conscience. It is researched