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Chapter_10[1] - Capitalism (vs. Marx) Video: work and...

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Capitalism (vs. Marx) Video: work and alienation o Performing repetitive tasks without putting any creativity into work o Doing female jobs o Repetition then flashes of her acting out in certain ways The Industrial Revolution o People were moving to the cities from the farm to work in new manufacturing jobs that came out o Former peasants were at work working in factories in cities o Workers were in slums Weren’t use to dealing with problems that happened when lots of people were together Marx o Saw these conditions and wrote Communist Manifesto in 1848 o Said capitalism was doomed to fail Thought it was evil Exploits workers and creates inequality o Recommended workers organize and rise up and overthrow leaders and establish rule themselves o Alienation Capitalism led to alienation in workers Condition in which people are dominated by forces of their own creation that confront them as alien powers Aspects of Alienation Product: worker never sees finished product
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course SOCL 2001 taught by Professor Mecom during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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Chapter_10[1] - Capitalism (vs. Marx) Video: work and...

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