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  • Protest are an ideology?

    I do believe that they are an ideology because it is a bunch of separate ideas formed into the same belief and same outcome where people come together and represent each other in what they believe and what should come from the ideas that were put together with each individual.

  • protests are an ideology

    No, Absolutely Not Protests are the outgrowth of ideology. They are not an ideology in and of themself. If a person is taking direct action as a part of their political conviction, they are acting because of their beleifs. Essentially, this question asks if people protest for the simple case of protesting. No, they don't.

  • No the fact of protesting is not an ideology.

    The fact that someone is motivated to protest some actions or the policy of a company, elected official or government an ideology. What defines a person's ideology is a set ideas (conscious and unconscious)that are that person's expectations, goals and influence that person's actions. An ideology is a way of life, not an event.

  • No, Absolutely Not

    Protests are the outgrowth of ideology. They are not an ideology in and of themself. If a person is taking direct action as a part of their political conviction, they are acting because of their beleifs. Essentially, this question asks if people protest for the simple case of protesting. No, they don't/

  • Just mad people

    No, I do not think that protests are anything else that a whole bunch of mad people that are trying to get something changed about what they are mad about. I think that you are thinking to deep with this question, and that they are nothing more than mad people.


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