test4 definitions - Work: Tasks that require...

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Work: Tasks that require mental/physical effort to produce goods that humans need Occupation: Work that is done for a Wage Division of Labor: The specialization of work tasks Alienation: the separation of humans from ourselves, others, and the products we create Service Sector: Work that provides personal service such as education, health care, hospitality, retail, legal, etc. Globalization: increasing economic and social relationships spanning the globe Capitalism: Private ownership of means of production Socialism: Worker control of means of production Corporate Capitalism: a capitalist marketplace characterized by hierarchical, bureaucratic organizations which are legally required to pursue profit Consumer Capitalism: Economic and cultural system of mass consumption where buyers are coerced and manipulated by profit driven interests Monopoly: System where one company dominates the marketplace. Oligopoly:
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