Thursday, February 2, 2017

Definition of Radicalism

Definition of Radicalism

Definition of Radicalism - Radicalism, comes from the word that means fundamentally radical (up to a matter of principle) is very hard for change (government legislation and so on) advanced in thinking or acting.

While radicalism is understood or the flow of radical political ideology or stream that want change or social and political reform by force or drastic extremes in a stream of politics.

"Radicalism (from the Latin radix, meaning" root ") is the term used in the late 18th century to support the Radical Movement. In history, the movement that began in the United Kingdom's request to radically reform the electoral system.

This movement was initially declared itself as a party of the far left who oppose the far-right party. Once the "radicalism" historical began absorbed in the development of political liberalism, in the 19th century meaning of the term radical in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe turned into a progressive liberal ideology "

Factors that cause their Radicalism namely:
  1. factors Thought
  2. Economic factors
  3. Political factors
  4. Social factors
  5. factors Psychology
  6. factors Education


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