Political Science, Ideology, Morality, Motivations, Personality
Ideological differences exist far beyond policy preferences. Our ideologies are built from much more intrinsic building blocks, and as such the effects of this are seen far outside of what is generally considered the political realm of existence. When explaining these ideologies we must look past the policy preferences and more into the base parts of what makes people who they are. Liberals and conservatives differ on important measures, and these differences between us have a deeper root than most see. Morality, motivations, and personality all combine to form the expression of ideology. This paper explores these three aspects of people, and how they interact as driving forces behind one's ideology.
Quevedo de la Espriella, Natalia. "Putting the Pieces Together: Ideology Beyond Policy." The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research 21 (2020): -. Web. [date of access]. <https://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/ur/vol21/iss1/4>.