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Emotional and psychological components of political culture includes also irrational factors in the minds and behavior, which represent are complex and difficult to causal explanation motivations in the actions of people. These factors are manifested in the form political myths, which is nothing like faith in something or other "Bright", "beautiful" future.Like prejudice, political myths is, mainly the product of emotional people and rely on public authorities. But unlike the prejudice they are characterized relative longevity and continued to exist under certain changes in the political environment.

What has been said about the essence of political myths does not mean that their structure no matter what it was rational content, and that they should completely equated with falsehood. In contrast, political myths are closely interwoven with some knowledge and ideas about social reality. But more important is their function regulator political behavior on the basis of emotional and psychological mechanisms. They act as a kind of compensating the lack of scientific knowledge in policy. As we know, science can provide only partial and subject to revision image of the real world, on the basis of which can not be absolutely sure of the correctness of their actions. Such confidence gives a political myth, which is irrational in nature absolute faith in the ultimate victory, achievable goals. Here why does every major political movement seeks to clothe their goals form of myth "takes an array as hope gives meaning and encouraged by their collective action.

Installation-behavioral component of political culture are political attitudes and stereotyping of behavior that promote transfer of ideas and values into practical implementation.We can say: the political system - is the ratio of the subject to political phenomena, political behavior - this or that way response subject to events. Political attitudes and political conduct exist in the organic unity of their stable Stereotypes are an indispensable component of the political culture of personality, social group, nation or society as a whole. All the elements of political culture are relatively independent and yet interconnected, interwoven, forming a specific integrity.The nature of political knowledge and understanding, values and beliefs, emotional states and psychological feelings, attitudes and plants, prevailing patterns of behavior and define the contents political culture inherent in the social object.

Timmy Dunn For Congress
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