Konservatism : En trolös ideologi?

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för statsvetenskap (ST)

Sammanfattning: This work focuses on a different categorisation of conservatism. A historical timeline-based categorisation which divides Conservatism into three different parts. The first part is called “Classical Conservatism”, this ideology was primarily used as a reaction to liberal radicalism from 1789-1880 and beyond. It is also the base and root of conservatism as an ideology. The second part is called Modern Conservatism and stretches from about 1880 to about 1990, this Conservatism is still in use and are competing and cooperating with the third part. The third part of Conservatism is called Post-modern Conservatism, this conservatism began partially in the 1980s but didn’t start to make a name for itself before the 2000s. While the first and second part focuses much on the preservation of culture, nation-state and old privileges of the higher classes the third part focuses on preserving the welfare-state and the protection of native peoples and their culture against globalism. The purpose of this work is to see how well does this theory of three different Conservatisms apply, then compare these three parts and summarize how Conservatism has changed over the centuries and what it means for the conservative ideology when categorising in this way.  

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