ideologize

ideologize

(ˌɪdɪˈɒləˌdʒaɪz) or

ideologise

vb
to render ideological
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These essential courses have been replaced by some extremist subjects on so-called Shariah and jihad, designed by the group to ideologize students and gain their support to the alleged caliphate," a teacher said told AhlulBayt at the time.
The need for these strategies and the theological concepts they employ, however, does not undo the fact that, in Certeau's words, "beneath the discourses that ideologize the city, the ruses and combinations of powers that have no readable identity proliferate; without points where one can take hold of them, without rational transparency, they are impossible to administer.
Rather, it is actually an attempt to ideologize religion and use it for political purposes, by people who have deliberately incorporated a lot of ideas from extremist, political ideologies.
Adorno and Horkheimer sustain that media production (films, radio and print media) aims to ideologize and homogenize content and preferences to cultivate tastes and necessities, and undermine the audience's ability to discern.
It may be objected that an ethnographic research interest provides for a particularly inviting arena for self-presentation framed in self-congratulatory terms and that this may account for the fact that users ideologize their use, as well as the particular ways in which they do so.
Similar to Roland Barthes, Keathley wants to both ideologize and poeticize: "The two methods must be reconciled so that the resulting discourse simultaneously achieves the goals of both approaches: the production of knowledge along with (or via) an extending of the registering of effect" (135).
But I will point out, as an illuminating example, that anthropology as a critique of cultures forces itself to reject all kinds of discourse of victimization of the dominated by the dominant in order not to ideologize the critical analysis: in this way it achieves the necessary authority to subject the dominant culture to questions of programmatic epistemology which are most often contemptuously rejected by the academic establishment that hands out intellectual, scientific and cultural approval to all the products of the mind.
The fact, however, that the natural datum is authoritatively confirmed and raised by Our Lord to a sacrament in no way justifies the tendency, unfortunately widespread today, to ideologize the idea of marriage--nature, essential properties and ends--by claiming a different valid conception for a believer or a nonbeliever, for a Catholic or a non-Catholic, as though the sacrament were a subsequent and extrinsic reality to the natural datum and not the natural datum itself evinced by reason, taken up and raised by Christ to a sign and means of salvation.
Blame creation can be seen as an attempt to moralize or ideologize, which is unnecessary to a systems approach.
Although Trilling makes a gesture towards recognizing the complexity of the political context in which he writes when he claims that "we have no clear understanding" of it, he thereafter characterizes the effects of ideological thinking in such terms as "brutalization of the intellect" (271), "a specter that haunts the culture" (271), "the language of non-thought," and "the dogged tendency of our time to ideologize all things into greyness" (275).
The great walkers of the mid-century and later -- Hazlitt, Burroughs, Leslie Stephen, and Thoreau (in America) -- all tend in one way or another to narrow, abstract, specialize, or ideologize the process of walking in their discursive texts.
What this volume really documents is an all-encompassing movement to politicize and ideologize theory.