KARL MARX - THE SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE KARL MARX...

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THE SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE KARL MARX (1818-1883)—all of history so far has been a class struggle between proletariat and bourgeoisie, or workers and bosses—the theorist of industrialization—shows how all of the disciplines merge into one great social observation—formulates the conflict perspective— provided enormous historical, social and agitation examinations of society—scholarship should provide a theoretical justification for revolution—every sociologist has to deal with Marx’s ideas, even if in disagreement—with Frederick Engels’ book, The Origin of The Family, Private Property and the State (1884), Marx traced the evolution/revolution of society from the primitive communal class to modern industrialism, with its intensely developed class structure— Marx absolutely believed that history/sociology was a basis for mass social action, and constantly attacked “the analysts,” who simply described society without planning to change it LESTER FRANK WARD (1841-1913)
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