Unit Seven Organizations and Work 2 - Unit Seven Organizations and Work 2 Karl Max and Alienation Alienation as developed by Marx this concept describes

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Unit Seven: Organizations and Work 2 Karl Max and Alienation Alienation: as developed by Marx, this concept describes the separation of the worker from the product of his labors as well as from the process of work, fellow works and even the basic traits of humanity Two Main Concerns: the state as a bureaucratic structure with the implications of formal organizations for work as a human activity: 1. The Bureaucratic State- is an oppressive tool used to serve the interests of the capitalist class (principles of big business). The federal and provincial governments reflect and defend capitalist principles 2. Organization of Work in Capitalist Societies – Marx held the conviction that the alienation of workers was widespread in capitalist relations of production. Capitalists owned the means of production. Works own nothing but their labor power. Structure of domination of capitalists over workers 3. Four Types of Alienation 1.
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