The Relationship Between Ideology and Communicational Process

Shogaa Saad Alharthy, Ahmad Aljumaiahe


Ideology in its simplest meanings is the system of thoughts and higher forms, especially those which form the basis of the political and economic theories. And some see that ideology is the group of opinions or beliefs of a group or an individual, as the ideology in a lot of times points out to a group of political beliefs or a group of thoughts which distinguish a certain culture such as capitalism, communism, socialism, and Marxism which are considered ideologies. and therefore, it is opinions and beliefs, and when the media involved the meaning in communication, it was essential to connect to the opinion and belief then the ideology.That interactive process between who is known by the communicator and what is known as a recipient to the communicational message takes from the language element a basic in the formations of mutual understanding, interaction, and meanings between them from a side, or the meanings which the communicator desires to deliver to the recipient from their point of view from another side.  And the ideology here lies within the privacy of the meaning which that communicator tries to deliver to the audience of their message content, since people form meanings about the surrounding environment whether it was personalities, issues, events, or actions throughout the language means which the others convey to them via several communication media.Who contemplates these definitions infers that the ideology is a mental reference consists of a group of thoughts and concepts which the individual believes and translates in the reality to actions and social behavior change from to mental perceptions influence the nature of their behavior during their movement inside the society. Also, these definitions of the ideology clears an important matter that the individuals' ideology consists of a number of variables or value determinants such as thoughts, beliefs, language, concepts, and perceptions, etc. and Lilker considers that the major element influencing the ideology is the element of thoughts.

Keywords: Ideology, media systems, communicational process


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