lecture 4 - Chapter 1 the Dimensions of class Outline 1...

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Chapter 1: the Dimensions of class Outline 1. Karl Marx a. Communist Manifesto – book by Marx – How-to communism b. Bourgeoisie c. Proletariat d. Mode of production: how you produce things i. Marx says over time mode of production changed dramatically ii. Carpenter Chair factory iii. Marx says: “Change in mode of production leads to change in the relationship between producer and product” e. Mode of production and superstructure i. Change in economy ii. Change in politics iii. Change in culture iv. Change in value v. Change in religion vi. Change in traditions vii. When these things change, this leads to change in mode of production, which leads to changes in these things, etc. f. Feudalism g. capitalism 2. Max Weber a. Class i. Class is an economic thing ii. Those who enjoy the same economic opportunities can be put in same economic class b. Status i. Marx: “Status is a result of economic class” ii. Weber: “Sometimes, your status depends on your economic class, and sometimes it is independent of your economic class.” 3.
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